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ISSF Executive Committee and Administrative Council meet to discuss Tokyo 2020 Olympic Program recommendations

20.02.2017 by ISSF

The ISSF Executive Committee and the ISSF Administrative Council will meet in New Delhi, India, on 21 and 22 February 2017, to discuss the ISSF Ad Hoc Committee conclusions and further consider all factors and opinions regarding recommendations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic shooting program that the ISSF will submit to the IOC before its 28 February 2017 deadline.

Everything is set in New Delhi for the 2017 ISSF World Cup Series opening competition

20.02.2017 by Marco Vettoretti

The 2017 shooting sport season will officially start on Thursday, when the opening ceremony will take place at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range in New Delhi (IND): more than 450 athletes are expected to compete.

2017 ISSF Season preview: three world championships in sight

14.02.2017 by Marco Vettoretti

The season that is about to start will feature five World Cup stages, one Junior World Cup and three different World Championships: the ISSF Junior World Championship and the first ISSF Target Sprint World Championship in Suhl (GER) and the ISSF Shotgun World Championship, in Moscow (RUS).

The ISSF Academy released this year’s courses schedule

25.01.2017 by Marco Vettoretti

Locations, dates and deadlines of the four ISSF Academy Courses have been made official. They will be held in Kuortane (FIN) and Bar (MNE).

2017 European Championship 10m Maribor: live TV and EBU distribution information

23.01.2017 by ESC Press Release

The European Shooting Confederation will offer live TV coverage of the 2017 European Championship 10m in Maribor (6-12 March) via the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) network.

Niccolò Campriani and Anna Korakaki win the 2016 ISSF Shooter of the Year awards

17.01.2017 by Marco Vettoretti

It’s the first award for the 20-year-old Greek Pistol shooter, while Campriani already won the trophy back in 2012. The two athletes won a total of 4 Olympic medals at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games: three Golds and one Bronze.

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