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2013 ISSF Rifle and Pistol World Cup closed in Munich today. The medal standings.

ISSF World Cup Rifle / Pistol · Munich, GER

“Great organization” ISSF Vice-President Gary Anderson said. China tops the medal standings. Three records scored during the event.

The 2013 ISSF Rifle and Pistol World Cup Stage 3 was officially closed today, in Munich, Germany.

 

The competition took place at the 1972 Olympic Shooting Range of Munich from the 24th to the 29th of May, and saw the participation of 700+ athletes, 400+ officials, for a total number of 1200+ start in the ten Olympic events of Rifle and Pistol Shooting.

 

The People's Republic of China finished atop of the overall medal standings of the event, with two Gold and five Silver medals. Serbia placed in second, with two Gold and one Silver, thanks to the last-minute victory of Nemanja Mirosavljev at the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Men final, the last match of the event. Austria also finished on the podium with one Gold and one Silver medals.

 

A new World Record of 631.5 points was established by Hungary's Peter Sidi, who beat his own record at the 10m Air Rifle Men event on the 25th of May. Three Junior World Records were also established in these days, at the 10m Air Rifle Men Junior and at the 50m Rifle Prone Men Junior events.

 

“I would like to thank the German Shooting Federation and it's Vice President Wolfang Kink, the Bavarian Shooting Federation, that hosted this fine competition, and to all the official who made this possible.” Mr Gary Anderson, the ISSF Vice-President, said in his closing speech.

 

“And most of all, a special thank you goes to some 700+ athletes, 400+ team officials and coaches who have come here to compete in this ISSF event. It has been a great world cup! Thank you all in behalf of the ISSF!” Mr Anderson concluded.

 

The ISSF World Cup Series will now continue in Cyprus, where the next ISSF Shotgun World Cup Stage 3 will take place from the 8 through the 17 of June in Nicosia. Follow the match on www.issf-sports.org

 

 

The medal standings

 

Rank

NAT

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

1

CHN

2

5

 

7

2

SRB

2

1

 

3

3

AUT

1

1

 

2

4

FRA

1

 

2

3

5

BLR

1

 

1

2

6

CZE

1

 

 

1

6

JPN

1

 

 

1

6

KOR

1

 

 

1

9

HUN

 

1

 

1

10

MAS

 

1

 

1

10

NOR

 

1

 

1

12

SUI

 

 

2

2

13

ESP

 

 

1

1

13

GER

 

 

1

1

13

POR

 

 

1

1

13

SLO

 

 

1

1

13

UKR

 

 

1

1

 

Total

10

10

10

30

 

 

 

The medallists

 

Event

Medal

Name

Nat

50m Rifle 3 Positions Men

GOLD

MIROSAVLJEV Nemanja

SRB

SILVER

BRYHN Ole Kristian

NOR

BRONZE

BUERGE Marcel

SUI

50m Rifle Prone Men

GOLD

D HALLUIN Mickael

FRA

SILVER

MATHIS Thomas

AUT

BRONZE

DEBEVEC Rajmond

SLO

10m Air Rifle Men

GOLD

YANG Haoran

CHN

SILVER

SIDI Peter

HUN

BRONZE

CHARHEIKA Illia

BLR

50m Pistol Men

GOLD

ZLATIC Andrija

SRB

SILVER

MAI Jiajie

CHN

BRONZE

CARRERA Pablo

ESP

25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men

GOLD

AKIYAMA Teruyoshi

JPN

SILVER

ZHANG Fusheng

CHN

BRONZE

BONDARUK Roman

UKR

10m Air Pistol Men

GOLD

JIN Jongoh

KOR

SILVER

ZLATIC Andrija

SRB

BRONZE

COSTA Joao

POR

50m Rifle 3 Positions Women

GOLD

SYKOROVA Adela

CZE

SILVER

MA Hong

CHN

BRONZE

BRIZE Laurence

FRA

10m Air Rifle Women

GOLD

UNGERANK Lisa

AUT

SILVER

CHANG Jing

CHN

BRONZE

EVESQUE Emilie

FRA

25m Pistol Women

GOLD

YUAN Jing

CHN

SILVER

ZHANG Jingjing

CHN

BRONZE

DIETHELM GERBER Heidi

SUI

10m Air Pistol Women

GOLD

CHAIKA Viktoria

BLR

SILVER

CHEAH Lee Yean Joseline

MAS

BRONZE

DORJSUREN Munkhbayar

GER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marco Dalla Dea