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China atop the medal standings and 5 new records at Munich World Cup

ISSF World Cup Rifle / Pistol / Shotgun · Munich, GER

The Chinese team takes 3 gold medals. Russia's Louginets sets 2 records in the same event

Medals

China stands atop the medal standings of the ISSF World Cup Rifle / Pistol / Shotgun, which has just finished in Munich, Germany. The Chinese Team indeed won 3 gold medals (Guo Wenjun for 10m Air Pistol Women, Zhao Shengbo for 50m Rifle Prone Men and Yang Haoran for 10m Air Rifle Men).

 

The USA, the Russian Federation and Spain were all tied in second place at 2. Six more national teams had one gold medal (Italy, the Czech Republic, Japan, Mongolia, Singapore and Slovakia).

 

Even in the total count, China was in first place (10 medals), ahead of the USA (7), Germany and Italy (4).

 

 

Rank

NAT – Nation

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

1

CHN – People’s Republic of China

3

4

3

10

2

USA – United Stated of America

2

3

2

7

3

RUS – Russian Federation

2

1

 

3

4

ESP – Spain

2

 

1

3

5

ITA – Italy

1

2

1

4

6

CZE – Czech Republic

1

1

 

2

7

JPN – Japan

1

 

1

7

MGL – Mongolia

1

 

 

1

7

SIN – Singapore

1

 

 

1

7

SVK – Slovakia

1

 

 

1

11

GER – Germany

 

2

2

4

12

IND – India

 

1

 

1

12

POL – Poland

 

1

 

1

14

AUT – Austria

 

 

1

1

14

KUW – Kuwait

 

 

1

1

14

MEX – Mexico

 

 

1

1

14

SMR – San Marino

 

 

1

1

14

SRB – Serbia

 

 

1

1

14

UKR – Ukraine

 

 

1

1

 

Total

15

15

15

45

 

 

 

Records

Britain's Tom Kneale set a New World Record (146 / 148) in the qualification round of the Double Trap Men event (he then came fourth). Same with Ukraine's Natallia Kalnish and Russia's Nazar Louginets, respectively in the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Women (591 / 592) and Men (1182 / 1186) events. Kalnish was eventually seventh; Louginets took the gold.

 

Aleksandra Jarmolinksa of Poland, Kimberly Rhode of the USA and Albina Shakirova of the Russian Federation all equaled the World Record (74 / 74) at the Skeet Women event. So did USA's Dustin Perry (124 / 124) at Men's Skeet.

 

Nazar Louginets even set a New Final World Record (460.8 / 462.5), in the same event where he had previously set a qualification record.

 

Yang Haoran set a New Final World Record Junior (206.3 / 207.7). The 18-year-old of China then won the final.


 

WORLD RECORDS

Event

Phase

Old / New

Name

Nat

Date

Double Trap Men

Qual

146 / 148

KNEALE Tim

GBR

9 JUN 2014

50m Rifle 3 Positions Women

Qual

591 / 592

KALNYSH Natallia

UKR

11 JUN 2014

50m Rifle 3 Positions Men

Qual

1182 / 1186

LOUGINETS Nazar

RUS

12 JUN 2014

 

EQUALED WORLD RECORDS

Event

Phase

Old / New

Name

Nat

Date

Skeet Women

Qual

74 / 74

JARMOLINSKA Aleksandra

POL

11 JUN 2014

Skeet Women

Qual

74 / 74

RHODE Kimberly

USA

11 JUN 2014

Skeet Women

Qual

74 / 74

SHAKIROVA Albina

RUS

11 JUN 2014

Skeet Men

Qual

124 / 124

PERRY Dustin David

USA

12 JUN 2014

 

FINALS WORLD RECORDS

Event

Phase

Old / New

Name

Nat

Date

50m Rifle 3 Positions Men

Finals

460.8 / 462.5

LOUGINETS Nazar

RUS

12 JUN 2014

 

FINALS WORLD RECORDS JUNIOR

Event

Phase

Old / New

Name

Nat

Date

10m Air Rifle Men Junior

Finals

206.3 / 207.7

YANG Haoran

CHN

8 JUN 2014

 

Alessandro Ceschi