Switzerland's Nina Christen overcame a deficit of 3.1 points after the kneeling and prone phases of the women's 50m 3-position rifle event Saturday to take gold with an Olympic record of 463.9 points.
Christen, a member of the Swiss armed forces and already a bronze medalist in the 10m air rifle event, and runner-up Yulia Zykova (461.9) both beat the prior record of 458.6, set by Germany's Barbara Engleder in Rio.
U.S. shooter Sagen Maddalena, a first-time Olympian who has never finished higher than 26th in the world championships, finished second in qualifications for the eight-person final and staved off three eliminations to finish fifth. Mary Tucker, who finished sixth in air rifle and won silver in the mixed team event, was 13th in qualifications.
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Norway's Jeanette Hegg Duestad finished fourth in this event and in air rifle.
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