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quarta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2018

Châteauroux 2018 World Shooting Para Sport World Cup

Alain Quittet of France competes in the R5 10m Air Rifle Prone Mixed SH2 during the 2018 World Shooting Para Sport World Cup at Al Ain.

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World Shooting Para Sport will be going to Châteauroux for the first time in the fall of 2018. We are excited to visit the brand new National Shooting Centre of France. This will be the first ever combined World Cup of Rifle/Pistol/Shotgun/Visually Impaired and include quota distribution for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Châteauroux is the capital of the Indre department in central France and the second-largest town in the province of Berry. One of the many beautiful attractions is the Belle Isle park located on the Indre River.
Classification/Equipment Control/Training Dates23-25 September 2018
Competition Dates24-29 September 2018
VenueNational Shooting Centre of France (CNTS)
Competition programme typeFull
General Information Package
Preliminary Schedule
Final Entry Booking Form
Final Entry (by number) Deadline15 July 2018
Final Entry (by name) Deadline18 August 2018
Contact personPhilippe QUENTEL
Phone Number+33 1 58 05 45 32 (office); +33 6 43 66 04 14 (mobile)

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source: - https://www.paralympic.org/shooting/2018-world-cup/chateauroux

terça-feira, 14 de agosto de 2018


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Atiro Salvador
Os atletas baianos do Tiro ao Prato tiveram destacado desempenho durante o 119th Grand American World Trapshooting Championships realizado entre os dias 1º e 10 de agosto em Sparta - USA.
O atleta Ari Sérgio Barbosa Pereira obteve o primeiro lugar no Evento #7 - Sterling Cut Glass Singles, segundo lugar no Evento #15 - Winchester AA Class SGLS Championship, terceiro lugar no Evento #1 - Hodgdon Powder Singles, terceiro lugar no Evento #4 - MEC Shooting Sports Singles, terceiro lugar no Evento #21 – ATA World Clay Target Championship, terceiro lugar no geral Super 500, e segundo lugar por equipes.
O Atleta Rudimar Bortolozzo obteve o segundo lugar no Evento #1 - Hodgdon Powder Singles, terceiro lugar no Evento #4 - MEC Shooting Sports Singles e terceiro lugar no Evento #7 Sterling Cut Glass Singles.
O Atleta Mário Cerqueira Souza Júnior obteve o segundo lugar na Whinchester Super 500 Singles da "Preliminary Week" que compreende 4 eventos de singles (#1, #4, #7 e #10), e terceiro lugar no Evento #10 - NRA Singles.
Parabéns aos atletas pelas belíssimas conquistas !
Postado Por Thom Erik Syrdahl
Fonte: - Publicação do Atiro Salvador no F.B.

segunda-feira, 13 de agosto de 2018

ISSF World Championship: competition schedule released, 1804 athletes set to compete

52nd ISSF World Championship All Events · Changwon, KOR
The Championship's schedule has been release. 1804 athletes from 90 countries are set to compete in Changwon, South Korea, from 31st August through 14th of September,
The competition schedule of the 52nd ISSF World Championship in all Shooting events in Changwon (KOR) has been published today. 

The schedule is available for download at https://www.issf-sports.org/competitions/venue.ashx?cshipid=1750 .  

The Championship will start on the 31st of August, the official arrival day for the delegations, and will take place at the Changwon International Shooting Center, that was reconstructed for the event. The Opening Ceremony will be held on the 1st of September, while the first medal events will take place on the 2nd of September. 18 men’s and 11 women’s individual and team events, as well as 15 men junior’s and 9 women junior’s individual and team events will be contested until the 15th of September. 

1804 athletes from 90 countries, for a total of 3422 starts (including double starters) will participate in the Championship, that takes place once every four years (the last being held in Granada, Spain, in 2014). 

This World Championship also marks the official start of the qualification path for Tokyo 2020 for Shooting sport. 60 Olympic quota places will be distributed in 15 Olympic events, in the disciplines of Rifle, Pistol and Shotgun shooting. For the first time in the history of the sport, quota places will be allocated also in the three new mixed team competitions: the 10m Air Rifle, the 10m Air Pistol and the Trap Mixed Team events, that have recently been approved for inclusion in the 2020 Olympic program, fostering gender equality in Shooting sport. 

As usual, the latest updates to the competition schedule will be communicated at the Technical Meeting to be held  on the 1st of September at the Shooting Range in Changwon. 

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source: - ISSF Website

sexta-feira, 10 de agosto de 2018

Abhinav Bindra appointed in IOC Athletes’ Commission

He joins Danka Bartekova, Vladimir Lisin, Joerg Brokamp and Alexander Ratner, the ISSF family members nominated in various IOC Commissions for 2018.
The International Olympic Committee announced the composition of the IOC Commissions for 2018. 

Beijing 2008 Olympic Champion Abhinav Bindra (IND) has been nominated as a member of the Athletes’ Commission. The rifle shooter joins Skeet Olympic Bronze medalist Danka Bartekova (SVK), who is currently the Vice-Chair of the Commission. 

The IOC Athletes' Commission serves as a link between the athletes and the IOC. Key responsibilities include: ensuring and empowering athletes representation in Olympic movement decision-making processes; supporting athletes development in their sporting and non-sporting careers and promoting athletes involvement in decision-making across the Olympic movement. 

ISSF Vice-President Vladimir Lisin (RUS) was nominated as a member of the Marketing Commission. ISSF Technical Committee Chairman Joerg Brokamp (GER) and ISSF Administrative Council Member Alexander Ratner (RUS) were announced as members of the Sport and Active Society Commission. 

The IOC Commissions, in addition to providing assistance to the IOC and to the Organizing Committees for the Olympic Games, engage in a range of activities throughout the year, contributing to building a better world through sport. Their work supports the Olympic Movement and helps progress in topics such as the development of “Sport for All”; cooperation with public and private organizations to place sport at the service of humankind; the fight against doping; the promotion of sports ethics and fair play; awareness of environmental problems; financial and educational support for developing countries; and many other areas.

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source ISSF Website

sexta-feira, 3 de agosto de 2018

#UnitedBy the Flame: the lighting of the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games

3rd Youth Olympic Games · Buenos Aires, ARG
The tour of the torch will officially kick off on August 5th, when the sacred flame will land in La Plata (ARG). Many Argentinian cities will be touched by the tour, which is going to conclude on October 6th in Buenos Aires (ARG).
The Flame Lightning Ceremony for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games took place at the historic Panathenaic Stadium in Athens (GRE) on Tuesday, July 24th, the location of the first edition of the Olympic Games in the modern era in 1896. The flame for the third edition of the Summer Youth Olympic Games was lit by the sun’s rays reflected in a parabolic mirror. The high priestess from the Temple of Hera passed on the torch to the first relay runner, marking the start of the Torch Tour.

The Torch Tour will be shared through the #UnitedBy the Flame campaign, which will invite social media users to carry their own digital flame. The initiative, which is to be launched in the coming weeks, is part of the #UnitedBy concept created by the International Olympic Committee to promote the values of Olympism around the world.

“Within 74 days, in an Opening Ceremony welcoming everyone, the Youth Olympic flame will be celebrated by hundreds of thousands on the streets of Buenos Aires. Millions will see it shine through their televisions and social networks throughout the world. Its light will inspire the young athletes,” said Mr. Gerardo Werthein, IOC Member and Chairman of the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Organising Committee.

The Torch Tour will officially kick off on August 5th, when the sacred flame will arrive in La Plata — the capital city of Buenos Aires province — and the first relay will take place. The 60-day journey will come to an end on October 6th at the Obelisk in Buenos Aires for the first Olympic Opening Ceremony to take place in a city centre and outside traditional stadiums.

The relay will extend for a kilometer, in which 10 torch bearers will pass on the sacred fire from torch to torch. La Plata, Paraná, Santa Fe, Puerto Iguazú, Corrientes, San Salvador de Jujuy, Salta, San Miguel de Tucumán, San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, La Rioja, Mendoza, San Juan, Córdoba, Neuquén, Bariloche, Ushuaia and Buenos Aires are the cities that will be touched by the torch.

The Youth Olympic flame will arrive in Buenos Aires on Wednesday, July 25th, and it will be received in an official ceremony on Thursday, July 26th, taking place at the Youth Olympic Village.

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source ISSF Website