2002 Commonwealth Games Results - Shooting - Open

Open

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Standard Pistol Individual Jaspal Rana
India (IND)
Frederick van Tonder
South Africa (RSA)
Michael Gault
England (ENG)
Standard Pistol Pairs Samaresh Jung &
Jaspal Rana
India (IND)
Phil Adams &
Bruce Quick
Australia (AUS)
Daniel van Tonder &
Frederick van Tonder
South Africa (RSA)
Fullbore Rifle Queens Prize – Open Pair David Calvert and
Martin Millar
Northern Ireland (NIR)
Peter Bramley &
David Dodds
South Africa (RSA)
Glyn Barnett &
Jane Messer
England (ENG)
Fullbore Rifle Queens Prize – Open Individual David Calvert
Northern Ireland (NIR)
David Dodds
South Africa (RSA)
Diane Collings
New Zealand (NZL)

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