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ISSF World Cup Stage 5 in Siggiewi: medals recap

14.06.2018 by Marco Vettoretti

The fifth stage of the 2018 ISSF World Cup Series closed today at the Malta National Shooting Ranges in Siggiewi (MLT). Great Britain placed atop the final medal standings, while no world record were set or equalled.

Rehak Stefecekova and Varga win second mixed team gold in a row

14.06.2018 by Marco Vettoretti

The Slovakian couple secured their second World Cup gold medal in the Trap Mixed Team event, sealing the competition in Siggiewi (MLT). Two Italian teams completed the podium: Emanuele Buccolieri and Silvana Stanco took silver, while Giovanni Pellielo and Jessica Rossi won bronze.

Aaron Heading pockets Great Britain’s second gold in Malta

13.06.2018 by Marco Vettoretti

The British shooter ruled a troubled Trap Men final, that started with a 90 minutes delay because of the strong wind that conditioned many qualification rounds. It’s the second World Cup gold of his career for Heading, who climbed on the podium alongside silver medal winner Du Yu of the People’s Republic of China and bronze medal winner Marian Kovacocy of Slovakia.

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

12.06.2018 by Marco Vettoretti

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.

ISSF launches the World Tour Target Sprint

12.06.2018 by ISSF Press Office

Germany, the Netherlands and Great Britain will host the three legs of the inaugural Target Sprint competition series in 2018, ahead of the 2nd ISSF World Championship Target Sprint to be held in Changwon (KOR) in September.

Vincent Hancock completes his hat-trick in Malta!

09.06.2018 by Marco Vettoretti

The United States’ phenomenal shooter won his 10th World Cup gold medal in Siggiewi (MLT), completing a streak that included this year’s competitions in Guadalajara (MEX) and Changwon (KOR). Egypt’s Azmy Mehelba and Italy’s Gabriele Rossetti completed the podium in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.

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