Adam VELLA

Australia (AUS) nation flag

Gender
Male
Birthday
12.06.1971
Age
48 years 2 months 12 days
Residence
Keilor Melbourne, AUS
Height
178 cm
Weight
90 kg
Profession
Event organiser

Club
Frankston Australian C.T.C
Start of competing
1985
Practising shooter since
1984
Personal Coach
Valeriy Timokhin
National Coach
Valeriy Timokhin
Handedness
right
Master Eye
right
Place of birth
Springvale, AUS
Hometown
Keilor Melbourne, AUS
Marital status
married
Events
TR125, DT150
Children:
2
Higher education
Keysborough Technical College
Comments
Olympic Bronze medalist, Athens 2004 World 1st Trap and Double Trap 2003 Commonwealth Gold Medalist 2014
Hobbies
Sports, Renovating, Fishing
Languages
English

Achievements

Medals

Gold
9
Silver
9
Bronze
7

Trap Men (TR125)

Olympic Games

Medals: 1Participations: 3

Bronze1
Athens
Score: 121, Final: 24
2004
Place 121
Rio de Janeiro
Score: 115
2016
Place 151
London
Score: 119
2012

World Championships

Participations: 12

Place 111
Belgrade
Score: 121
2011
Place 141
Zagreb
Score: 120
2006
Place 193
Lonato
Score: 118
2005
Lahti
Score: 116
2002
LIMA
Score: 111
1997
Place 201
Nicosia
Score: 120
2007
Place 241
Munich
Score: 119
2010
Place 271
Lima
Score: 116
2013
Place 291
Granada
Score: 121
2014
Place 381
Lonato
Score: 115
2015
Place 431
NICOSIA
Score: 116
2003
Place 451
Maribor
Score: 117
2009

World Cup Final

Medals: 4Rank 8 and better: 6

Gold2
Maribor- Pragersko
Score: 122, Final: 22
2004
Lonato
Score: 118, Final: 25
2002
Bronze2
Izmir
Score: 120, Final: 23
2010
Dubai
Score: 122, Final: 21
2005
Place 41
Montecatini
Score: 114, Final: 20
1997
Place 71
Rome
Score: 112
2003

World Cup

Medals: 9Rank 8 and better: 16Participations: 45

Gold4
Beijing
Score: 121, Final: 22
2010
Rome
Score: 118, Final: 23
2005
Perth
Score: 123, Final: 24
2003
Lonato
Score: 122, Final: 24
1997
Silver4
Santo Domingo
Score: 121, Final: 23
2007
Lonato
Score: 121, Final: 21
2007
New Delhi
Score: 120, Final: 24
2003
Lonato
Score: 118, Final: 24
2003
Bronze1
Sydney
Score: 123, Final: 23
2002
Place 73
Tucson
Score: 118
2014
Changwon
Score: 118
2005
Athens
Score: 114
2004
Place 84
Baku
Score: 120
2016
Acapulco
Score: 121
2015
Kerrville
Score: 118
2006
Suhl
Score: 114
2002
Place 91
Americana
Score: 112
2001
Place 102
Sydney
Score: 117
2011
San Marino
Score: 116
2009
Place 113
Granada
Score: 121
2003
Brisbane
Score: 118
1997
LIMA
Score: 117
1996
Place 121
Maribor
Score: 119
2007
Place 132
Rio de Janeiro
Score: 117
2016
Sydney
Score: 113
2004
Place 141
Changwon
Score: 116
2007
Place 152
Munich
Score: 123
2014
Concepcion
Score: 119
2011
Place 182
Maribor
Score: 120
2011
Minsk
Score: 114
2009
Place 191
Americana
Score: 110
2004
Place 212
Granada
Score: 121
2013
Lonato
Score: 117
2010
Place 253
Tucson
Score: 114
2012
Beijing
Score: 115
2011
NICOSIA
Score: 119
1994
Place 272
NICOSIA
Score: 115
1995
CAIRO
Score: 108
1994
Place 291
Brunei
Score: 115
1998
Place 321
London
Score: 115
2012
Place 351
Al Ain
Score: 117
2013
Place 421
Suhl
Score: 115
2006
Place 461
Munich
Score: 117
2009
Place 691
Larnaka
Score: 117
2015
Place 811
Gabala
Score: 117
2015

Oceanian Championships

Medals: 6Rank 8 and better: 7

Gold2
Sydney
Score: 119, Semi: 13, Final: 14
2015
ADELAIDE
Score: 121, Final: 24
1997
Silver2
Sydney
Score: 119, Semi: 13, Final: 8
2013
Brisbane
Score: 120, Final: 23
2005
Bronze2
Sydney
Score: 115, Final: 21
2011
Sydney
Score: 117, Final: 17
2007
Place 41
AUCKLAND
Score: 116, Final: 20
1995

Double Trap Men (DT150)

World Championships

Rank 8 and better: 1Participations: 6

Place 61
NICOSIA
Score: 139, Final: 46
2003
Place 92
Cairo
Score: 139
2001
LIMA
Score: 134
1997
Place 161
Barcelona
Score: 136
1998
Place 171
Lahti
Score: 135
2002
Place 221
Tampere
Score: 131
1999

World Cup Final

Rank 8 and better: 1Participations: 2

Place 71
Montecatini
Score: 120
1997
Place 111
Rome
Score: 131
2003

World Cup

Medals: 4Rank 8 and better: 7Participations: 23

Gold1
Seoul
Score: 143, Final: 46
1997
Silver2
New Delhi
Score: 141, Final: 45
2003
Perth
Score: 139, Final: 42
2003
Bronze1
Americana
Score: 131, Final: 48
2001
Place 61
Lima
Score: 135, Final: 45
1999
Place 72
Lonato
Score: 132
1998
Brisbane
Score: 136
1997
Place 102
Changwon
Score: 130
2005
Cairo
Score: 129
1998
Place 111
Nicosia
Score: 135
2001
Place 122
Lonato
Score: 132
1999
LIMA
Score: 129
1996
Place 153
Sydney
Score: 135
2002
Kumamoto
Score: 139
1999
NICOSIA
Score: 115
1995
Place 161
NICOSIA
Score: 133
1994
Place 251
Santo Domingo
Score: 131
2007
Place 271
Lonato
Score: 123
2003
Place 281
Sydney
Score: 129
2000
Place 301
Suhl
Score: 126
2002
Place 371
Lonato
Score: 130
2007
Place 381
Maribor
Score: 127
2007
Place 431
Changwon
Score: 117
2007

Oceanian Championships

Medals: 1

Silver1
ADELAIDE
Score: 139, Final: 43
1997