Jiri LIPTAK

Czech Republic (CZE) nation flag

Gender
Male
Birthday
30.03.1982
Age
37 years 7 months 13 days
Residence
Brno, CZE
Height
192 cm
Weight
110 kg
Profession
Sports Instuctor

Club
SKP Kometa Brno
Start of competing
1997
Practising shooter since
1995
Personal Coach
Radomir Zaoral
National Coach
Petr Hrdlicka
Handedness
right
Master Eye
right
Place of birth
Brno, CZE
Hometown
Brno, CZE
Marital status
single
Events
TR125
Children:
2
Higher education
Secondary school
Hobbies
Shooting, hunting, fishing

Current World Rank
21

Latest news about this athlete

Liptak (CZE) leads the men’s Trap final to secure San Marino World Cup Gold

Shooting consistently from the qualifications to the medal match, the Czech shooter beat Italy’s Daniele Resca, the 2004 Olympic Champion Alipov and the world’s #1 Fernandez to finish atop of the podium.

04.06.2016

First-time medallist Liptak beat Olympic Champ Alipov at the Trap Men event in Beijing

2004 Olympic Champion Alipov missed a fatal target in the Gold medal match, giving the Gold to the Czech first-time finalist Jiri Liptak. Italy's Daniele Resca beat the 2008 Olympic Champion Kostelecky (CZE) to step on the podium.

04.07.2014

Achievements

Medals

Gold
2
Silver
2
Bronze
5

Trap Men (TR125)

Olympic Games

Participations: 1

Place 181
London
Score: 119
2012

World Championships

Medals: 2Rank 8 and better: 4Participations: 13

Bronze2
Moscow
Score: 121, Final: 33
2017
Munich
Score: 123, Final: 19
2010
Place 41
Granada
Score: 124, Semi: 13, Final: 12
2014
Place 81
Lahti
Score: 114
Junior2002
Place 131
Changwon
Score: 121
2018
Place 271
Nicosia
Score: 119
2007
Place 281
Lima
Score: 116
2013
Place 321
Belgrade
Score: 119
2011
Place 361
Maribor
Score: 118
2009
Place 401
Lonato
Score: 115
2015
Place 441
Lonato
Score: 116
2019
Place 632
Zagreb
Score: 112
2006
Lonato
Score: 111
2005

World Cup Final

Rank 8 and better: 2Participations: 5

Place 61
Rome
Score: 124, Semi: 13
2016
Place 81
New Delhi
Score: 117
2017
Place 91
Izmir
Score: 114
2010
Place 101
Gabala
Score: 120
2014
Place 121
Al Ain
Score: 118
2019

World Cup

Medals: 3Rank 8 and better: 9Participations: 35

Gold2
San Marino
Score: 121, Semi: 13, Final: 12
2016
Beijing
Score: 121, Semi: 14, Final: 15
2014
Silver1
Changwon
Score: 123, Final: 42
2018
Place 42
Rio de Janeiro
Score: 119, Semi: 12, Final: 9
2016
Nicosia
Score: 121, Semi: 13, Final: 13
2013
Place 51
Beijing
Score: 119, Final: 17
2011
Place 71
Siggiewi
Score: 116
2018
Place 82
Lonato
Score: 119
2010
Dorset
Score: 120
2010
Place 102
Maribor
Score: 121
2011
Concepcion
Score: 120
2011
Place 132
Changwon
Score: 120
2019
Nicosia
Score: 118
2016
Place 141
Al Ain
Score: 120
2013
Place 151
Acapulco
Score: 122
2019
Place 161
Munich
Score: 121
2009
Place 171
Belgrade
Score: 117
2008
Place 181
Acapulco
Score: 120
2015
Place 192
Larnaka
Score: 118
2017
Al Ain
Score: 120
2015
Place 212
Gabala
Score: 122
2015
San Marino
Score: 114
2009
Place 221
Suhl
Score: 119
2008
Place 261
Americana
Score: 115
2005
Place 291
London
Score: 115
2012
Place 301
Granada
Score: 121
2013
Place 332
Larnaka
Score: 119
2015
Lonato
Score: 112
2012
Place 341
Almaty
Score: 114
2014
Place 352
Al Ain
Score: 120
2019
Minsk
Score: 109
2009
Place 361
Changwon
Score: 112
2007
Place 402
Lahti
Score: 112
2019
Kerrville
Score: 111
2006
Place 501
Munich
Score: 120
2014

European Championships

Medals: 4Rank 8 and better: 10Participations: 16

Silver1
Larnaka
Score: 122, Final: 22
2012
Bronze3
Leobersdorf
Score: 121, Final: 36
2018
Nicosia
Score: 123, Final: 23
2008
Lonato
Score: 115, Final: 22
Junior2002
Place 41
Zagreb
Score: 116, Final: 21
Junior2001
Place 51
Kazan
Score: 122, Final: 19
2010
Place 61
Lonato
Score: 123, Semi: 11
2016
Place 73
Baku
Score: 118
2017
Suhl
Score: 122
2013
Osijek
Score: 119
2009
Place 131
Maribor
Score: 119
2015
Place 151
Poussan
Score: 103
Junior1999
Place 171
Belgrade
Score: 122
2011
Place 261
Montecatini
Score: 98
Junior2000
Place 361
Sarlospuszta
Score: 114
2014
Place 401
Brno
Score: 112
2003

European Games

Participations: 1

Place 221
Baku
Score: 117
2015