Australian shooter David Chapman sits well off the pace after the first day of qualifying in the 25m rapid fire pistol at the London Olympics.
The 47-year-old from South Australia is in 18th place after stage one of the event at the Royal Artillery Barracks on Thursday with 278 points.
Alexei Klimov from Russia leads the field after Thursday's qualification session with 294 points.
Stage two will be held on Friday morning, with the top six shooters after the qualifying rounds to contest the final later that day.
Chapman and his daughter Hayley, who shot in the women's 25m pistol event on Wednesday, are the first father-daughter pair to represent Australia in any sport at an Olympic Games.