Not held in other editions
| Event type

Trap, Team, Mixed

Date31 July 2021
LocationAsaka Shooting Range, Nerima, Tokyo
Participants32 from 12 countries

The last of the three new mixed team shooting events was the trap event. Unlike the other two mixed team events, it was first seen at the 2017 World Shotgun Championships and the Australians, Penny Smith/Thomas Grice, became the inaugural champions. At the 2018 World Championships, the gold was won by Zuzana Štefečeková/Erik Varga, who also competed in this event in Tokyo. Silver went to Yekaterina Rabaya/Aleksey Alipov and bronze was won by Kirsty Barr/Aaron Heading. While Rabaya did not compete in Tokyo, Alipov did with a different partner. Barr competed in this event under her married name Hegarty and was partnered with Matthew Coward-Holley, with Heading competing only in the individual trap event in Tokyo. The 2019 World Shotgun Championships winners Laetisha Scanlan/James Willett also partnered up in Tokyo, with silver won by Yuliya Saveleva/Maksim Smykov (RUS) and bronze by Smith/Grice at those championships.

The qualification round was over 150 shots in total, with 75 by each shooter, and was topped by Fátima Gálvez/Alberto Fernández and Alessandra Perilli/Gian Marco Berti with 148 as both pairs missed only two targets. They were followed by Štefečeková/Varga and Madelynn Bernau/Brian Burrows, who both scored 146. As there was no second qualification stage like in the other two team events, the first two qualified for the gold medal match and the next two for the bronze medal match. A shoot-off for both was necessary to determine the places 1-2 and 3-4. This was important because in both medal matches the better placed team was allowed to start first.

The bronze medal match went into a shoot-off and Bernau/Burrows secured bronze with the third shot. During the match Štefečeková/Vargahad already led by three targets after 42 shots, but Bernau/Burrows managed to come back in the last eight shots to tie 42-42. In the gold medal match Gálvez/Fernández took the lead after 32 shots and held the first position for the next 18 shots to win gold by a margin of one. With Perilli/Berti winning silver for San Marino they gave the tiny country only their second ever Olympic medal, only two days after Perilli had won their first ever medal with bronze in the women’s trap. The gold medal for Gálvez/Fernández was also historical as it was the first ever shooting gold medal for Spain.

1SpainESP148 (1)Gold
1341Fátima Gálvez 73
1342Alberto Fernández 75
2San MarinoSMR148 (2)Silver
1971Alessandra Perilli 74
1972Gian Marco Berti 74
3United States 2USA146 (3)Bronze
2022Madelynn Bernau 74
2027Brian Burrows 72
4Slovakia 1SVK146 (4)
2111Zuzana Rehák Štefečeková 75
2120Erik Varga 71
5JapanJPN145 (5)
1574Yukie Nakayama 74
1581Shigetaka Oyama 71
6Australia 2AUS145 (6)
1067Penny Smith 71
1070Thomas Grice 74
7Australia 1AUS145 (7)
1066Laetisha Scanlan
1075James Willett
8Slovakia 2SVK144 (8)
2023Jana Špotáková
2025Marián Kovačócy
9People's Republic of ChinaCHN144 (9)
1208Wang Xiaojing 72
1221Yu Haicheng 72
10Great BritainGBR143 (10)
1391Kirsty Hegarty 70
1394Matthew Coward-Holley 73
11ROC 1ROC142 (11)
1906Darya Semyanova 69
1910Aleksey Alipov 73
12ItalyITA141 (12)
1544Jessica Rossi 67
1549Mauro De Filippis 74
13United States 1USA140 (13)
2112Kayle Browning
2127Derrick Mein
14ROC 2ROC139 (14)
1907Yekaterina Subbotina
1914Maksim Kabatsky
15MexicoMEX138 (15)
1721Alejandra Ramírez 68
1723Jorge Martín Orozco 70
16EgyptEGY138 (16)
1312Maggy Ashmawy 69
1319Abdel Aziz Mehelba 69

Qualifying Round

Date31 July 2021 — 9:00
FormatThree rounds of 25 shots by round for each team member. Top two teams advance to gold medal match, team 3-4 advance to bronze medal match.
PosNumberCompetitorsNOCPointsSeries 1 PointsSeries 2 PointsSeries 3 Points
1341Fátima Gálvez 73242524
1342Alberto Fernández 75252525
2San MarinoSMR148504850Q
1971Alessandra Perilli 74252425
1972Gian Marco Berti 74252425
3United States 2USA146475049Q
2022Madelynn Bernau 74242525
2027Brian Burrows 72232524
4Slovakia 1SVK146475049Q
2111Zuzana Rehák Štefečeková 75252525
2120Erik Varga 71222524
1574Yukie Nakayama 74252425
1581Shigetaka Oyama 71232325
6Australia 2AUS145494848Q
1067Penny Smith 71242324
1070Thomas Grice 74252524
7Australia 1AUS145504847
1066Laetisha Scanlan 72252324
1075James Willett 73252523
8Slovakia 2SVK144484947
2023Jana Špotáková 70232522
2025Marián Kovačócy 74252425
9People's Republic of ChinaCHN144494847
1208Wang Xiaojing 72242523
1221Yu Haicheng 72252324
10Great BritainGBR143464849
1391Kirsty Hegarty 70222325
1394Matthew Coward-Holley 73242524
11ROC 1ROC142494746
1906Darya Semyanova 69252222
1910Aleksey Alipov 73242524
1544Jessica Rossi 67242023
1549Mauro De Filippis 74242525
13United States 1USA140454649
2112Kayle Browning 69202524
2127Derrick Mein 71252125
14ROC 2ROC139464845
1907Yekaterina Subbotina 68232322
1914Maksim Kabatsky 71232523
1721Alejandra Ramírez 68232124
1723Jorge Martín Orozco 70232522
1312Maggy Ashmawy 69232323
1319Abdel Aziz Mehelba 69232422

Final Round

Date31 July 2021 — 13:30
Match 1/231 JulSpainESP41 – 40San MarinoSMR
Match 3/431 JulUnited States 2USA42 – 42Slovakia 1SVK