Satu MAKELA-NUMMELA

Finland (FIN) nation flag

Gender
Female
Birthday
26.10.1970
Age
48 years 8 months 25 days
Residence
Pennala, FIN
Height
169 cm
Weight
63 kg
Profession
Saleswoman

Club
Orimattilan Seudun Urheiluampujat
Start of competing
1989
Practising shooter since
1988
Personal Coach
Matti Nummela
National Coach
Matti Nummela
Handedness
right
Master Eye
right
Place of birth
Orimattila, FIN
Hometown
Pennala, FIN
Marital status
married
Events
TR125W, TR75, DT120, TRMIX
Children:
2
Hobbies
Trumpet

Current World Rank
10

Latest news about this athlete

Once again, it’s Satu Makela-Nummela on top of the podium!

The Finnish experienced shooter ruled the women’s Trap final in Siggiewi (MLT), doubling the gold medal she won last April in Changwon (KOR). Germany’s Katrin Quooss and Russian Federation’s Ekaterina Rabaya completed the podium in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.

12.06.2018

Finland’s Satu Makela-Nummela claims Trap gold in the rain

The 2008 Olympic Champion beat Fatima Galvez and Alessandra Perilli to take the brightest medal in a cold, windy and rainy day in Changwon, in the first official shotgun competition held at the new shooting range that will be used for the 2018 ISSF World Championship to be hosted here in September.

23.04.2018

2008 Olympic Champ Makela-Nummela back atop of the women’s Trap podium in Baku

The sixth world cup stage of the season started-off with the women’s Trap final, today. The 2008 Olympic Champion Makela-Nummela beat Lebanon’s Ray Bassil in the Gold medal match. 2015’s junior world champion Iezzi joined them on the podium.

22.06.2016

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2008 Olympic Champ Makela-Nummela beat Russia's Barsuk to win Trap Women Gold

The Finnish shooter won a qualification shoot-off to access the semi-final, and then shot her way to the highest step of the podium with two consistent rounds, beating Russia's 30-year old Tatiana Barsuk. Both Makela-Nummela and Barsuk were awarded a Rio 2016 Olympic Quota Place.

02.05.2015

Makela-Nummela (FIN) back atop of Beijing's Trap Women podium six years after the Games

The Finnish trap shooter won the Trap women Gold medal match, beating the home shooter Zhu to step again on top of Beijing podium six years after her victory at the 2008 Olympic Games.

03.07.2014

Achievements

Medals

Gold
10
Bronze
5

Trap Women (TR75)

Olympic Games

Medals: 1Rank 8 and better: 2Participations: 3

Gold1
Beijing2008
Place 71
London2012
Place 101
Rio de Janeiro2016

World Championships

Medals: 1Participations: 14

Bronze1
Maribor2009
Place 171
Granada2014
Place 181
Moscow2017
Place 191
Tampere1999
Place 201
Lonato2005
Place 251
Munich2010
Place 262
Lima2013
Belgrade2011
Place 281
Nicosia2007
Place 291
Barcelona1998
Place 301
Lonato2015
Place 362
Zagreb2006
Lahti2002
Place 431
NICOSIA2003

World Cup Final

Medals: 2Rank 8 and better: 6Participations: 9

Gold1
Maribor2012
Bronze1
Beijing2009
Place 41
Abu Dhabi2013
Place 71
Granada2006
Place 82
Rome2016
Nicosia2015
Place 111
Gabala2014
Place 122
Minsk2008
Dubai2005

World Cup

Medals: 6Rank 8 and better: 13Participations: 46

Gold5
Baku2016
Larnaka2015
Beijing2014
Suhl2006
Americana2005
Bronze1
Lonato2012
Place 42
Beijing2011
Lonato2007
Place 52
Al Ain2015
Concepcion2011
Place 61
Almaty2014
Place 72
Cairo2009
Suhl2008
Place 92
San Marino2009
Kerrville2008
Place 102
Minsk2009
Kerrville2006
Place 113
New Delhi2017
Nicosia2016
Maribor2011
Place 123
Granada2013
Nicosia2013
Sydney2011
Place 133
Rio de Janeiro2016
Lonato2010
Lonato1998
Place 143
Al Ain2013
Dorset2010
Belgrade2008
Place 152
Gabala2015
Belgrade2005
Place 161
Rome2005
Place 171
Santo Domingo2007
Place 193
Munich2009
Beijing2008
Cairo 2006
Place 211
Qingyuan City2006
Place 271
Larnaka2017
Place 281
Acapulco2015
Place 291
Changwon2007
Place 321
Maribor2007
Place 341
Athens2004
Place 352
San Marino2016
Munich2014
Place 371
London2012
Place 471
Granada2003

European Championships

Medals: 1Rank 8 and better: 6Participations: 17

Bronze1
Baku2017
Place 41
Kazan2010
Place 61
Nicosia2004
Place 71
Nicosia1998
Place 82
Maribor2015
Belgrade2005
Place 92
Osijek2009
Nicosia2008
Place 105
Lonato2016
Suhl2013
Larnaka2012
Granada2007
Maribor2006
Place 112
Sarlospuszta2014
Belgrade2011
Place 141
Brno2003
Place 301
Poussan1999

European Games

Rank 8 and better: 1

Place 51
Baku2015

Trap Women (TR125W)

World Championships

Medals: 1Participations: 3

Bronze1
NICOSIA1995
Place 171
Changwon2018
Place 271
Lonato2019

World Cup

Medals: 2Rank 8 and better: 4Participations: 7

Gold2
Siggiewi2018
Changwon2018
Place 51
Acapulco2019
Place 71
Changwon2019
Place 91
Tucson2018
Place 101
Guadalajara2018
Place 201
Al Ain2019

European Championships

Rank 8 and better: 3Participations: 4

Place 52
TALLINN1996
LAHTI1995
Place 81
Leobersdorf2018
Place 181
Sipoo1997

Double Trap Women (DT120)

World Championships

Participations: 3

Place 131
FAGNANO1994
Place 201
Lonato2005
Place 221
NICOSIA2003

World Cup

Rank 8 and better: 1Participations: 8

Place 61
NICOSIA1995
Place 101
Granada2003
Place 131
NICOSIA1994
Place 142
Lonato1997
CHIBA1995
Place 171
ATLANTA1996
Place 191
SEOUL1995
Place 301
Athens2004

European Championships

Rank 8 and better: 1Participations: 4

Place 51
Nicosia2004
Place 91
LISBOA1994
Place 101
Brno2003
Place 131
TALLINN1996

Trap Mixed Team (TRMIX)

World Championships

Participations: 2

Place 261
Lonato2019
Place 401
Changwon2018

World Cup

Medals: 1Rank 8 and better: 2Participations: 5

Gold1
Guadalajara2018
Place 71
Changwon2018
Place 111
Siggiewi2018
Place 231
Acapulco2019
Place 401
Al Ain2019