Shooting at the 2014 Asian Games – Women’s 50 metre rifle prone team

The women’s 50 metre rifle prone team competition at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea was held on 24 September at the Ongnyeon International Shooting Range.[1]

Women’s 50 metre rifle prone team
at the 2014 Asian Games
Venue Ongnyeon International Shooting Range
Dates 24 September
Competitors 39 from 13 nations
Medalists
   South Korea
Eum Bit-na, Jeong Mi-ra, Na Yoon-kyung
   China
Chang Jing, Chen Dongqi, Yi Siling
   Malaysia
Nur Ayuni Farhana, Nur Suryani Taibi, Muslifah Zulkifli
 2010
Shooting at the
2014 Asian Games
Pistol
10 m air pistol men (T) women (T)
25 m center fire pistol men (T)
25 m rapid fire pistol men (T)
25 m standard pistol men (T)
25 m / 50 m pistol men (T) women (T)
Rifle
10 m air rifle men (T) women (T)
50 m rifle prone men (T) women (T)
50 m rifle 3 positions men (T) women (T)
Running target
10 m running target men (T) women (T)
10 m running target mixed men (T)
Shotgun
Trap men (T) women (T)
Double trap men (T) women (T)
Skeet men (T) women (T)

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All times are Korea Standard Time (UTC+09:00)

Date Time Event
Wednesday, 24 September 2014 09:00 Final

Prior to this competition, the existing world, Asian and Games records were as follows.

World Record  Germany 1869.6 Granada, Spain 14 September 2014
Asian Record  China 1867.9 Granada, Spain 14 September 2014
Games Record
Rank Team Series Total Notes
1 2 3 4 5 6
 South Korea (KOR) 309.7 305.6 309.7 311.1 311.1 308.3 1855.5 GR
Eum Bit-na 103.4 102.0 103.3 104.3 105.0 102.6 620.6
Jeong Mi-ra 102.2 103.1 103.3 104.0 103.4 102.5 618.5
Na Yoon-kyung 104.1 100.5 103.1 102.8 102.7 103.2 616.4
 China (CHN) 306.8 307.3 310.3 310.9 308.1 310.7 1854.1
Chang Jing 101.7 103.7 104.2 104.8 101.7 101.9 618.0
Chen Dongqi 103.3 103.7 101.8 103.5 103.4 103.9 619.6
Yi Siling 101.8 99.9 104.3 102.6 103.0 104.9 616.5
 Malaysia (MAS) 310.3 309.5 308.3 307.1 310.2 308.2 1853.6
Nur Ayuni Farhana 103.8 103.8 102.4 101.1 102.0 101.6 614.7
Nur Suryani Taibi 103.2 104.1 102.1 103.3 104.4 103.5 620.6
Muslifah Zulkifli 103.3 101.6 103.8 102.7 103.8 103.1 618.3
4  Thailand (THA) 306.5 311.2 308.0 309.1 307.1 307.6 1849.5
Thanyalak Chotphibunsin 102.0 104.0 102.0 102.8 101.4 102.6 614.8
Sununta Majchacheep 101.3 103.8 104.1 102.8 104.0 102.3 618.3
Supamas Wankaew 103.2 103.4 101.9 103.5 101.7 102.7 616.4
5  Mongolia (MGL) 307.6 306.2 305.5 307.9 309.5 306.9 1843.6
Gankhuyagiin Nandinzayaa 102.1 100.0 102.3 103.7 102.1 101.5 611.7
Chuluunbadrakhyn Narantuyaa 104.9 104.5 103.6 102.5 104.4 104.2 624.1
Olzvoibaataryn Yanjinlkham 100.6 101.7 99.6 101.7 103.0 101.2 607.8
6  Kazakhstan (KAZ) 310.5 306.9 307.0 301.6 310.3 307.2 1843.5
Olga Dovgun 103.7 103.1 103.1 102.7 104.2 102.3 619.1
Yelizaveta Lunina 103.0 103.4 103.4 99.9 103.7 103.2 616.6
Alexandra Malinovskaya 103.8 100.4 100.5 99.0 102.4 101.7 607.8
7  Uzbekistan (UZB) 304.0 307.2 308.7 307.1 306.8 306.9 1840.7
Mariya Filimonova 101.8 100.7 105.1 102.1 101.2 101.6 612.5
Sakina Mamedova 101.1 103.5 101.7 102.2 103.7 102.3 614.5
Margarita Orlova 101.1 103.0 101.9 102.8 101.9 103.0 613.7
8  Iran (IRI) 302.4 306.9 307.7 306.8 310.2 306.5 1840.5
Elaheh Ahmadi 97.9 102.6 102.0 100.6 104.6 102.1 609.8
Dina Farzadkhah 102.0 101.4 101.7 101.8 102.4 101.2 610.5
Mahlagha Jambozorg 102.5 102.9 104.0 104.4 103.2 103.2 620.2
9  Singapore (SIN) 305.4 304.2 307.4 304.8 310.3 306.9 1839.0
Cheng Jian Huan 99.3 98.6 102.4 97.8 102.2 101.6 601.9
Li Yafei 102.9 102.2 103.8 104.0 104.4 101.9 619.2
Jasmine Ser 103.2 103.4 101.2 103.0 103.7 103.4 617.9
10  Japan (JPN) 307.3 308.0 310.8 304.6 304.7 303.2 1838.6
Yuka Isobe 102.5 102.4 105.6 102.0 103.3 100.3 616.1
Seiko Iwata 102.3 102.0 102.6 102.5 100.5 102.3 612.2
Maki Matsumoto 102.5 103.6 102.6 100.1 100.9 100.6 610.3
11  India (IND) 307.4 303.9 310.2 307.2 305.8 302.6 1837.1
Raj Chaudhary 104.4 101.6 102.4 103.4 100.4 102.4 614.6
Lajja Goswami 100.2 103.0 104.2 102.5 102.3 101.5 613.7
Tejaswini Muley 102.8 99.3 103.6 101.3 103.1 98.7 608.8
12  Myanmar (MYA) 305.5 301.5 310.4 303.8 304.0 304.9 1830.1
Aye Aye Thin 100.8 98.5 103.8 100.6 99.1 100.3 603.1
Roselin Pay Moe 102.6 99.8 101.2 101.9 102.2 101.1 608.8
Thu Thu Kyaw 102.1 103.2 105.4 101.3 102.7 103.5 618.2
13  Qatar (QAT) 304.6 302.4 304.8 303.2 306.2 306.0 1827.2
Matara Al-Aseiri 100.4 100.7 103.9 100.5 102.5 102.9 610.9
Bahiya Al-Hamad 102.2 100.5 99.1 100.8 101.4 102.1 606.1
Aisha Al-Mutawa 102.0 101.2 101.8 101.9 102.3 101.0 610.2

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