Shooting at the 2020 Tokyo Games will comprise 15 medal events (six for men, six for women, three for mixed teams):

 

  • Men’s 10m Air Rifle
  • Men’s 50m Rifle, 3 Positions
  • Men’s 10m Air Pistol
  • Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol
  • Men’s Trap
  • Men’s Skeet
  • Women’s 10m Air Rifle
  • Women’s 50m Rifle, 3 Positions
  • Women’s 10m Air Pistol
  • Women’s 25m Pistol
  • Women’s Trap
  • Women’s Skeet
  • Mixed Team 10m Air Rifle
  • Mixed Team 10m Air Pistol
  • Mixed Team Trap

 

The rifle and pistol events involve shooting at a fixed target of concentric circles. In the shotgun events, competitors fire at moving clay targets.

 

The United States is by far the most accomplished nation in Olympic shooting, with 110 total medals. Kim Rhode is currently on a six-Games medal winning streak, dating back to her gold in women’s double trap at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.

 

More information:

Tokyo 2020 – Shooting

USA Shooting

International federation