The final stage of the 2018 ISSF World Cup Series is about to start in Tucson

ISSF World Cup Shotgun · Tucson, USA

The sixth and final World Cup of the 2018 season will take place at the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club in Tucson (USA) from July 9th to July 19th. More than 200 shooters will participate, representing 39 NOCs and battling in the five Olympic clay shooting events.

A total of 205 shooters from 39 different nations will gather at the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club in Tucson (USA) from the 9th to the 19th of July, as the sixth ISSF World Cup stage of the season will seal the 2018 ISSF World Cup Series. It’ll be the third World Cup stage hosted by Tucson, following the ones in 2012 and 2014.


The athletes will pile up a total of 256 starts in the five Olympic events of the Shotgun discipline: men’s Trap, men’s Skeet, women’s Trap, women’s Skeet and Trap Mixed Team.


Here’s the schedule of the five final matches:


Thursday, July 12th

Skeet Women at 3:00 pm (UTC-7:00)


Friday, July 13th

Skeet Men at 4:00 pm


Monday, July 16th

Trap Women at 3:00 pm


Tuesday, July 17th

Trap Men at 3:30 pm


Wednesday, July 18th

Trap Mixed Team at 4:00 pm


All the matches will be streamed live on the ISSF website, on the Federation’s Livestream channel and on its official Facebook page.


The five previous stages of the 2018 ISSF World Cup Series — held between March and June — took place in Guadalajara (MEX), Changwon (KOR), Fort Benning (USA), Munich (GER) and Siggiewi (MLT), while the final competition of the 2018 ISSF Season will be the 52nd ISSF World Championship in all events, taking place in Changwon (KOR) from August 31st to September 15th.


Live results, news and updates will be available on and on all ISSF social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Weibo and Youku.

Marco Vettoretti