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Beretta Rio 2016 Olympics Results

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10 medals. 4 gold, 4 silver and 2 bronze.

 10 DT11. Assembled individually, a concentration of technology and aesthetic beauty, with only one goal: to win the Olympics. So it was. Without compromises. Programming that comes from afar. It requires to build on the lessons learned in 60 years of participation to the Olympic Games. 


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Beretta won its first Olympic Gold medal in clay pigeon shooting in Melbourne in 1956 ensued by frequent Beretta victories in major international competitions. It won medals at the Olympic Games of Rome (1960), Munich (1972), Montreal (1976), Moscow (1980), Los Angeles (1984), Seoul (1988), Barcelona (1992), Atlanta (1996), Sydney (2000), Athens (2004) and Beijing 2008 not to mention the numerous medals it has won at World Championships starting from 1978. At the London 2012 Olympic Games, Beretta confirmed its sports vocation by securing one gold, one silver and one bronze. Beretta competition shotguns have won more International Competitions than any other brand.

Olympics Games Rio 2016


The participation of Beretta in shooting is studded with an infinite series of successes in all disciplines worldwide. The abundance of products Beretta dedicates to shooters, the care taken in customization and the professionalism in assistance at shooting ranges all over the world are the best guarantees for the continuation of these victories.


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The scorecard, the moist palms, and the lineup of like-minded competitors might indicate otherwise. But as the clays fly across your line of vision, you stand alone, competing against no one but yourself. Every inch of your being is focused, balanced, alert, working in unison. There’s no denying you are here to win, to stand proudly on the podium. But more than anything else you are here to perform unfalteringly.