Medal Ceremony

“Tucson? Great facilities” ISSF Vice President Anderson said

ISSF World Cup Shotgun · Tucson, USA

The ISSF Vide President, the two-time Olympic Champion Gary Anderson, closed the ISSF Shotgun World Cup Stage in Tucson, Arizona, thanking the organizers and the participants.

The Trap Men medal match closed the ISSF Shotgun World Cup Stage held at the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club in Arizona, USA, from the March the 24th to March the 31st.


The ISSF Vice President, and USA Shooting President, Mr. Gary Anderson, officially closed the event, today, addressing a few words to the participants and to the officials.


“On behalf of the ISSF, I would like to express a special Thanks to the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club, to its President Mr. Lee Bachkmann, and to the club members.” Mr. Anderson said.


“This has been a great competition, and we would like to thank all of you for your outstanding support and the wonderful facilities.”


“I would also like to thank the ISSF Technical Delegate for this competition, Mr. Daniele Ghelfi, to all the volunteers who made this possible, and to the shooters who came here to compete”.


“We are looking forward to see you in the other ISSF championship this year” Mr Anderson added, closing his speech “I hope to see you at the World Cups in Lonato and London, and to the other competitions related to the London Olympics”.


Marco Dalla Dea