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domingo, 25 de junho de 2017

Korean 19-year-old Choe Boram pockets the Gold, sets a new Junior World Record



Final 10m Air Pistol Men Junior

ISSF Junior World Championship Rifle / Pistol · Suhl, GER

After claiming the Junior Silver medal at the 2014 ISSF World Championship in Granada (ESP), Choe climbed atop the podium in Suhl (GER), overtaking Ukraine’s Pavlo Korostylov at the last shot. Italy’s Paolo Monna placed 3rd and pocketed the Bronze.
Sealing his comeback with an almost-perfect 10.8 on his 24th and last shot, Republic of Korea’s Choe Boram bested the Silver medal he obtained three years ago at the ISSF World Championship in Granada (ESP), becoming the new Junior World Champion in the men’s 10m Air Pistol event.

Thanks to that 10.8, the 19-year-old Korean overtook Ukraine’s Pavlo Korostylov, Gold medalist at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing (CHN), who led the table for most of the match, but closed his match with a bad 9.2, eventually pocketing the Silver with 239.9 points.

The podium was completed by Italy’s 19-year-old Paolo Monna, who struggled in the early stages of the final, but avoided being eliminated after the 12th shot and climbed up to the 3rd place, where he grabbed the Bronze medal with 218.3 points.

Monna was followed by India’s 15-year-old Chaudhary Saurabh, the youngest participant, who placed 4th with 198.0.

A bad sixth series forced Russian Federation’s 18-year-old Anton Aristarkhov to leave the competition after shot number 18. The current Junior European Champion, in fact, fired a disappointing double-8.7 that sealed his 5th place and his score of 174.6 points.

International debutants Sung Yunho (17) of the Republic of Korea and Aedan David Evans (20) of Great Britain celebrated their first participation with a final appearance, respectively placing 6th with 156.4 points and 7th with 135.3.

18-year-old Alexander Petrov, the second Russian Federation’s finalist, finished in 8th place, being eliminated after shot number 12 with 115.9 points.

Live results of the competitions, news and updates will be available on www.issf-sports.org and on all ISSF social media platforms: FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeWeibo and Youku.
1. CHOE Boram
2. KOROSTYLOV Pavlo
3. MONNA Paolo
25.06.2017


Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source ISSF Website

The People’s Republic of China nails a hat-trick, Zhu Yingjie claims the Junior World Champion title



ISSF Junior World Championship Rifle / Pistol · Suhl, GER
The 17-year-old overtook her teammate Peng Xinyi at the last shot, pocketing her first international Gold medal in this event and leading an all-Chinese podium where Gao Ying secured the Bronze.
Another thrilling finale marked the first final match of the second competition day in Suhl, where the ISSF Junior World Championship Rifle/Pistol is taking place.

With a 10.1 on her 45th and final shot, in fact, People’s Republic of China’s Zhu Yingjie prevailed over her friend and teammate Peng Xinyi (20), pocketing the Gold medal and the Junior World Championship title with the final score of 455.3 points. Her only previous achievement was an Asian Championship Gold in women’s 10m Air Rifle, won in Tehran (IRI) in 2016.

Peng, instead, closed the match with a disappointing 9.7, totaling 455.1 points and pocketing the Silver. It’s her second medal in a few weeks after the women’s 10m Air Rifle Gold she claimed at the ISSF World Cup in Gabala (AZE).

The third Chinese shooter to climb on the podium was 20-year-old debutant Gao Ying, who was standing in 8th place at the end of the kneeling position and in 7th after the prone one. Indeed, with a fantastic performance in the final section, where she also scored a perfect 10.9, Gao secured the Bronze medal in her first international appearance.

After leading the table both at the end of the kneeling and prone position, first-time participant Morgan Phillips (19) of the United States of America slid outside of the medal position with a bad first series in the standing phase, where she nailed a disappointing 46.0.

Despite battling to climb back into the podium, however, the 19-year-old from Salisbury, MD (USA) concluded in 4th place with 435.0 points.

She was followed by the current number 85 in the World Ranking, Israel’s 17-year-old Tal Engler, who placed 5th with 423.7 points, while Ukraine’s Anna Ilina (20), who placed 16th at last year’s Junior World Cup in Suhl, concluded in 6th position with 412.3.

The two shooters eliminated after the 40th shot were Russian Federation’s 20-year-old Anastasiia Galashina and Ukraine’s 16-year-old Vladyslava Koval, who respectively placed 7th and 8th, both scoring 402.1 points.

Live results of the competitions, news and updates will be available on www.issf-sports.org and on all ISSF social media platforms: FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeWeibo and Youku.
1. ZHU Yingjie
2. PENG Xinyi
3. GAO Ying
25.06.2017

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source ISSF Website

sábado, 24 de junho de 2017

17-year-old Cristian Friman grabs world championship title for Finland - ISSF Junior World Championship Rifle / Pistol · Suhl, GER

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Final 50m Rifle Prone Men Junior

The young Finnish shooter battled with Romania’s Dragomir Iordache all along the match, eventually prevailing in a thrilling finale, where the Gold and Silver medals were delivered by a tie-breaking shoot-off.

An exciting duel between Finland’s Cristian Friman and Romania’s Dragomir Iordache opened the competition in Suhl (GER), where the ISSF Junior World Championship Rifle/Pistol awarded its first title in the 50m Rifle Prone Men event.

The Finnish 17-year-old, who competed in Suhl at last year’s Junior World Cup, where he placed 27th, chased Iordache in the first section of the match, overtaking him in the middle of an outstanding series of 12 consecutive 10s. Iordache, however, nailed an impressive 10.8 with his second-to-last shot, definitely closing the gap with a 10.0 and matching his rival’s final score of 246.4 points.

In the decisive shoot-off, Friman finally hit back into the 10th ring and claimed the Junior Gold medal with a 10.4, while Iordache nailed a disappointing 9.8 and finished in 2nd place.

People’s Republic of China’s 20-year-old Liu Yukun, currently ranked 8th in the world in this event, completed the podium in 3rd position, scoring 225.5 points. The Junior Bronze it’s his second medal this season, after the Silver one he claimed at the ISSF World Cup Stage 1 in New Delhi (IND).

Just outside of the medal positions, Austria’s Stefan Wadlegger (17) sealed his international debut with the 4th place, scoring 203.0 points and missing the podium by 1.5.

He was followed by his 18-year-old teammate Andreas Thum, who took 5th place with 182.5 points, and by first-time participant Jon Hermann Hegg (18) of Norway, who concluded in 6th place with 159.3.

Leaving the match after shot number 12, Norway’s 19-year-old Henrik Larsen placed 8th with 118.9 points, while United States’ first-time participant Jared Evan Desrosiers (20) joined him a couple of shots later, after losing a tie-breaking shoot-off against Hegg and finishing in 7th place with 139.5 points.

On the team podium, Austria pocketed the Gold and wrote a new Team World Record Junior; Norway secured the Silver, while the Russian Federation placed in 3rd position.

The ISSF Junior World Championship Rifle/Pistol will continue tomorrow with three more finals: the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Women at 11:45 am (UTC+2:00), the 10m Air Pistol Men at 3:30 pm and the 10m Air Pistol Women at 5:50 pm.

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

Live results of the competitions, news and updates will be available on www.issf-sports.org and on all ISSF social media platforms: FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeWeibo and Youku.
1. FRIMAN Cristian
2. IORDACHE Dragomir
3. LIU Yukun
24.06.2017

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source ISSF Website

Campeonato Mundial de Tiro Esportivo para Juniores em SUHL, ALEMANHA

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Hoje, sábado, dia 24 de julho,na cidade de Suhl, na Alemanha,  será o primeiro dia de competição do Campeonato Mundial de Tiro Esportivo para Juniores, organizado pela ISSF. Com a participação de 543 jovens atletas de ambos os sexos, representando 65 países.
Destes 543 jovens atletas, cerca de 51% (281) pertencem ao grupo feminino e cerca de 49% (262) são atletas masculinos, cujas idades variam entre 13 e 20 anos de idade. Como curiosidade, registramos aqui os atletas mais jovens de cada genero,sendo 2 masculinos e 2 femininos  e as competições para as quais estão inscritos.
THA -  TRINIPHAKORN  Schwakon  nascido em 6 SET 2004  (12 anos e 10 meses)
Pistola de Tiro Rápido, 25m; Pistola Estandard 25m, e Pistola 25m para homens.
THA  -  PHURIHIRANPHAT  Isaranuudom, nascido em 26 de Jun 2004 (13 anos)
                Pistola de Ar 10m; Pistola de Tiro Rápido 25m; Pistola Estandard 25m.                     
                25m Pistol Men.
MDA - TOMACU Valeria, nascida em 14 DEC 2004  (13 anos e 7 meses)
                10M Air Pistol Women
CYP -  CHARALAMPOUS  Panagiota, nascida em 8 MAR 2004  (13 anos e 4 meses)
                10m Air Pistol Women

A distribuição dos atletas por Continente ficou da seguinte forma:
CONTINENTE
Nº de países
MASCULINO
FEMENINO
TOTAL
EUROPA
39
157
167
324
ASIA
18
81
84
165
AMERICA
5
15
23
38
AFRICA
2
4
3
7
OCEANIA
1
5
6
11
Total
65
262
281
543

Brasil terá uma equipe de 5 atletas, sendo 2 atletas masculinos e 3 atletas femininas,  conforme segue:
BASTOS, Ivan                    17 Maio 1997                     Carabina de Ar 10m
DOS SANTOS, Conrado 16 Fev. 2000                      Pistola de Ar 10m
                                                                                              Pistola de Tiro Rápido 25m
                                                                                              Pistola Estandard 25m
                                                                                              Pistola 25m
KOCH, Simone                  9 Abril 2001                        Carabina de Ar 10m
SASAQUI, Isabel              13 Jul. 2001                        Pistola de Ar 10m
SOUSA, Andressa T.       13 Out. 1998                      Carabina de Ar 10m
3 modalidades serão disputadas hoje, sábado dia 24, já com a participação de 1 dos nossos atletas, Conrado, na modalidade Pistola Estandard 25m.
SATURDAY
24.06
09:15 - 10:05
11:00 - 11:50
13:30
14:30 - 16:00


SUNDAY25.0608:15 - 09:3010m Air Pistol Men Junior Relay 1
09:00 - 10:4550m Rifle 3 Positions Women Junior
10:15 - 11:3010m Air Pistol Men Junior Relay 2
11:45Final 50m Rifle 3 Positions Women Junior
12:15 - 13:0510m Air Pistol Women Junior Relay 1
12:15 - 13:3010m Air Pistol Men Junior Relay 3
14:15 - 15:0510m Air Pistol Women Junior Relay 2
15:30Final 10m Air Pistol Men Junior
17:50Final 10m Air Pistol Women Junior
19:00Victory Ceremony
 
MONDAY26.0608:15 - 09:3010m Air Rifle Men Junior Relay 1
08:30 - 11:0025m Rapid Fire Pistol Men Junior Stage 1
09:30 - 11:0050m Pistol Men Junior
10:15 - 11:3010m Air Rifle Men Junior Relay 2
11:30 - 14:0025m Rapid Fire Pistol Men Junior Stage 2
12:15 - 13:0510m Air Rifle Women Junior Relay 1
12:15 - 13:3010m Air Rifle Men Junior Relay 3
12:30Final 50m Pistol Men Junior
14:15 - 15:0510m Air Rifle Women Junior Relay 2
15:05Final 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men Junior
15:50 - 16:4010m Air Pistol Women Junior Relay 3
15:50 - 16:4010m Air Rifle Women Junior Relay 3
16:45Final 10m Air Rifle Men Junior
18:15Final 10m Air Rifle Women Junior
19:15Victory Ceremony
 
TUESDAY27.0608:30 - 12:3025m Pistol Women Junior Precision Stage
08:30 - 12:3025m Pistol Men Junior Precision Stage
09:00 - 11:4550m Rifle 3 Positions Men Junior
12:30Final 50m Rifle 3 Positions Men Junior
13:00 - 15:3025m Pistol Women Junior Rapid Fire Stage
13:00 - 15:3025m Pistol Men Junior Rapid Fire Stage
17:10Final 25m Pistol Women Junior
18:30Victory Ceremony
 
WEDNESDAY28.0609:15 - 09:45Test Event - 10m Air Rifle Mixed Junior Team Relay 1
10:15 - 10:45Test Event - 10m Air Rifle Mixed Junior Team Relay 2
11:30 - 12:00Test Event - 10m Air Pistol Mixed Junior Team Relay 1
12:30 - 13:00Test Event - 10m Air Pistol Mixed Junior Team Relay 2
13:00Test Event - Final 10m Air Rifle Mixed Junior Team
14:00Test Event - Final 10m Air Pistol Mixed Junior Team
15:00Victory Ceremony
16:00Closing Ceremony

Desejamos sucesso aos nossos atletas e ao Campeonato como um todo

Thom Erik Syrdahl
Fonte - Site da ISSF

sexta-feira, 23 de junho de 2017

ISSF, IOC and the whole sports world celebrate #OlympicDay



Since 1948, on June 23rd, the International Olympic Committee and all the International Federations promote sports activities.
It was in 1947 during the 41st Session of the International Olympic Committee in Stockholm (SWE), that a report on a World Olympic Day celebration was presented. The project was adopted some months later on the occasion of the 42nd IOC Session in St Moritz in January 1948. The National Olympic Committees were put in charge of organising this event and were requested to choose a date between June 17th and June 24th, thereby celebrating the foundation of the International Olympic Committee at the Sorbonne, Paris, on 23 June 1894, where Pierre de Coubertin obtained the revival of the Olympic Games.

The first Olympic Day was celebrated on 23 June 1948.

Nowadays, Olympic Day is developing into much more than just a sports event. Based on the three pillars, move, learn and discover, National Olympic Committees are deploying sports, cultural and educational activities which address everybody — regardless of age, gender, social background or sporting ability.

Some countries have incorporated the event into the school curriculum and, in recent years, many NOCs have added concerts and exhibitions to the celebration. Recent NOC activities have included meetings for children and young people with top athletes and the development of new websites directing people to programs in their neighborhood. This makes it easier for everybody to become part of Olympic Day.

On social media, the #OlympicDay hashtag is proving hugely popular: large numbers of athletes, National Olympic Committees, National and International Federations are enthusiastically promoting and organizing events. The message is the same each time: get active!