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terça-feira, 16 de outubro de 2018

International Shooting Sport Federation sustainability group meets for the first time

The ISSF Ad Hoc Committee for Sustainability met for the first time to address sustainability issues in shooting. ©ISSF
The ISSF Ad Hoc Committee for Sustainability met for the first 
time to address sustainability issues in shooting. ©ISSF

The International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Ad Hoc Committee for Sustainability met for the first time in Frankfurt.
The Committee has been created to develop a sustainability policy and manual for the environmentally sustainable management of shooting ranges. 
This follows a recommendation made by the International Olympic Committee in Agenda 2020, which calls on the Olympic Movement, and therefore the ISSF, to address sustainability issues.
Members of the Committee include Dr. Neda Nozari of Iran, who is a member of the ISSF Medical Committee, Joachim Streitberger of Germany, the chairman of the World Forum on Shooting's Activities Environmental Committee and Stefano Rossi of Italy, a director at the Italian Shooting Federation.
Joining them is Robert Mitchell of the United States, a member of the ISSF Executive Committee, Cypriot Demetris Lordos, the chairman of the ISSF Shotgun Committee, Peter Underhill of Britain, the chairman of the ISSF Judges' Committee and Jörg Brokamp of Germany, the chairman of the ISSF Technical Committee.
The Committee met in the headquarters of the German Olympic Sports Confederation.
They discussed expectations, fields of action and the future way of working.

Nancy Gillen


Nancy Gillen is a junior reporter at insidethegames.biz. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a first class honours degree in International History and Politics, and also completed a placement year at the University as communications assistant. Her first trip with insidethegames.biz was to Turin for the Men's Volleyball World Championships.


Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
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domingo, 14 de outubro de 2018

3rd Youth Olympic Games - Official Results Book SHOOTING, and ISSF President Letter


3rd Youth Olympic Games · Buenos Aires, ARG

ISSF President Letter

On behalf of the International Shooting Sport Federation – ISSF – we thank the athletes for their excellent performances in the Shooting events of the 3rd Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, ARG 2018

We express our thanks and appreciation to the organizers of these Youth Olympic Games for their great efforts and the excellent organization of these unforgettable 6 days of outstanding Shooting sport. We were very pleased with the great atmosphere in the Finals and the spectators were amazing. A very special thank is going to all volunteers who did an outstanding job and who were very helpful all the time. 

The temporary shooting venue was well prepared and provided excellently conditions for all athletes.

It was a great pleasure and a unique experience for our 80 athletes from 58 countries all over the world and all the officials, referees, judges and volunteers to contribute to these very successful Shooting events of the 3rd Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, ARG 2018. 
The people of the host country of Argentina are well known as sport enthusiasts and we once again thank them for their great hospitality and making these Youth Olympic Games a Festival of youth and joy. 

We express our sincere congratulations not only to the winners but also to each participant who showed the world that sport can truly be considered as an expression of peace, friendship and brotherhood in fair play. It showed especially that young athletes work hard to get to their goal to compete in the Youth Olympic Games and to make friends during these 2 weeks of sport and culture program.

We are wishing all athletes, officials, referees, judges and spectators safe return home and we are sure that all will take home good memories of the many nice impressions of young athletes to compete in friendship and the extraordinary hospitality of the organizers, our friends and people of Argentina. Thank you Argentina, 

Thank you Buenos Aires!

Olegario Vázquez Raña 
 ISSF President ISSF 


Results Certification Letter

We the undersigned certify that the shooting events of the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games were conducted according to the Rules and Regulations of the ISSF and that the Doping Control Rules and Regulations of the IOC and ISSF were followed. 

Technical Delegate                              Carlos SILVA MONTERROSO, GUA 
Chairman Jury of Appeal                   Gerardo TROTTA ARNONE, VEN
Chairman Rifle & Pistol Jury           Georgios PAPAPANAGIOTOU, GRE
Chairman RTS Jury                            Christian MICHAEL, GER
Chairman Equipment Control Jury  Georgios PAPAPANAGIOTOU, GRE 






Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source - ISSF Website

sábado, 13 de outubro de 2018

3rd Youth Olympic Games - Buenos Aires 2018: shooting sport recap and medals



Medal Matches 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Team

3rd Youth Olympic Games · Buenos Aires, ARG
The 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Team events closed the shooting sport schedule at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games. The 3rd edition of the Games officially opened on October 6th and it’s going to close on October 18th.
The sixth and conclusive shooting sport event went down today at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.

A total of 80 shooter under the 18-year-old limit participated, representing 58 nations and competing in six YOG events: men’s and women’s 10m Air Rifle, men’s and women’s 10m Air Pistol, 10m Air Rifle Mixed International Team and 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Team.

Even if there is no official medal table, seven nations climbed on the podium in individual events: Denmark, Georgia, India, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, Serbia and Switzerland.
Medalists by event - Individual
EventDateMedalNameNation
10m Air Rifle Men7 OCT 2018GoldSHAMAKOV GrigoriiRUSnation flag
SilverMANE Shahu TusharINDnation flag
BronzeMITROVIC AleksaSRBnation flag
10m Air Pistol Men10 OCT 2018GoldSAURABH ChaudharyINDnation flag
SilverSUNG YunhoKORnation flag
BronzeSOLARI JasonSUInation flag
10m Air Rifle Women8 OCT 2018GoldGRUNDSOEE Stephanie Laura ScurrahDENnation flag
SilverGHOSH MehuliINDnation flag
BronzeMALIC MarijaSRBnation flag
10m Air Pistol Women9 OCT 2018GoldBHAKER ManuINDnation flag
SilverENINA IanaRUSnation flag
BronzeKHUTSIBERIDZE NinoGEOnation flag
In the 10m Air Rifle Mixed International Team event, Mongolia’s Enkhmaa Erdenechuluun and Hungary’s Zalan Pekler won gold, while Russian Federation’s Anastasiia Dereviagina and Mexico’s Edson Ismael Ramirez Ramos took silver, and Argentina’s Facundo Firmapaz and Finland’s Natalia Kemppi secured bronze.

In the 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Team, finally, Germany’s Vanessa Seeger and Bulgaria’s Kiril Kirov finished in 1st place, followed in 2nd by India’s Manu Bhaker and Tajikistan’s Bezhan Fayzullaev, and in 3rd position by Ukraine’s Dmytro Honta and Mexico’s Andrea Victoria Ibarra Miranda.

News, results and updates about the 3rd edition of the Youth Olympic Games are available on the ISSF website, at buenosaires2018.com and on all ISSF social media platforms: FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeWeibo and Youku.

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source - ISSF Website

sexta-feira, 12 de outubro de 2018

Bulgaria and Germany climbs atop the mixed international team podium



Medal Matches 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Team
3rd Youth Olympic Games · Buenos Aires, ARG
In the sixth and conclusive event of the shooting sport schedule, Kiril Kirov and Vanessa Seeger signed a resounding 10-points-to-3 victory against Manu Bhaker of India and Bezhan Fayzullaev of Tajikistan. The bronze medal went to Dmytro Honta of Ukraine and Andrea Victoria Ibarra Miranda of Mexico.
Bulgaria and Germany climbed together atop the podium at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games, where they secured the gold medal in the 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Team event.

Vanessa Seeger and Kiril Kirov — who respectively placed 10th and 11th in the Air Pistol individual events — dominated the gold medal match, signing a clear win and securing the brightest medal with the score of 10 points to 3. The international couple prevailed over a team composed by India’s Manu Bhaker — gold medalist in the 10m Air Pistol Women event — and Tajikistan’s Bezhan Fayzullaev, who eventually landed in 2nd place and won silver.

“It was an honour only to be here, not everybody gets this chance, and to win the gold is a fantastic feeling,” said Kirov after the medal ceremony. “I really like this mixed event a lot, it allows you to recover from a bad shot thanks to the point-system and it’s enjoyable to watch.”

“I feel relieved! I wasn’t very happy about my individual event,” added his German teammate. “I still cannot believe what happened. We had two strong competitors and I’m so glad we made it, my partner was amazing and we did a great job together.”

“We’ve been a little bit lucky during the match, because our bad shots came at the same time so they didn’t affect our performance, in the end it was a great day and I’m feeling great!”

“I was happy to be teaming up with Bezhan, I never met him before and we made it together all the way to the gold medal match,” declared Manu Bhaker. “I enjoyed this event, even though I haven’t performed that well I liked it a lot.”

The bronze medal match went in the books with another resounding victory, as Ukraine’s Dmytro Honta and Mexico’s Andrea Victoria Ibarra Miranda beat Iraq’s Fatimah Abbas Waheeb Al-Kaabi and Belgium’s Jerome Son with the score of 10 points to 4.

The eight shooters competed in front of a number of authorities, including IOC President Mr. Thomas Bach, ISSF President Mr. Olegario Vazquez Raña and ISSF Secretary General Mr. Franz Schreiber.

In the two semifinals that determined the medal matches participants, Bhaker and Fayzullaev beat Honta and Ibarra Miranda by 10 to 3, while Kirov and Seeger bested Al-Kaabi and Son with the score of 10 to 6.

Shooting sport at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games saw the participation of 80 athletes, representing 58 nations and competing in six YOG events: men’s and women’s 10m Air Rifle, men’s and women’s 10m Air Pistol, 10m Air Rifle Mixed International Team and 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Team.

News, results and updates about the 3rd edition of the Youth Olympic Games are available on the ISSF website, at buenosaires2018.com and on all ISSF social media platforms: FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeWeibo and Youku.


Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source ISSF Website

quinta-feira, 11 de outubro de 2018

Mongolia and Hungary claim mixed international team gold in Buenos Aires


Medal Matches 10m Air Rifle Mixed International Team


3rd Youth Olympic Games · Buenos Aires, ARG
Enkhmaa Erdenechuluun and Zalan Pekler climbed atop the Buenos Aires 2018 podium, winning the gold medal match against Russian Federation’s Anastasiia Dereviagina and Mexico’s Edson Ismael Ramirez Ramos. The bronze medal of this particular event, which is contested exclusively at the Youth Olympic Games, was awarded to Argentina’s Facundo Firmapaz and Finland’s Natalia Kemppi.
Shooters of six different countries brought their flags atop the podium at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games, where the first of two shooting sport mixed-international-team events finished with the narrowest margin of victory.

Indeed, Mongolia’s Enkhmaa Erdenechuluun and Hungary’s Zalan Pekler bested the other team — featuring Russian Federation’s Anastasiia Dereviagina and Mexico’s Edson Ismael Ramirez Ramos — with the score of 10 points to 9, after spending most of the match chasing their opponents.

“It’s an amazing feeling for me,” said Pekler. “I was a little disappointed about my individual match, as I missed the final only by 0.2 points, so when I met Enkhmaa I was really happy she was my teammate. I was quite confident that we could win a medal, and in the end we did it!”

“He was so good!” added Erdenechuluun. “When I met Zalan he told me to relax and try to have fun, so I just tried to stay calm and enjoy the match. I’m really happy, I can’t describe it!”

In the bronze medal match, which took place moments before the gold one, Argentina’s Facundo Firmapaz and Finland’s Natalia Kemppi signed a 10-points-to-7 victory against Gabriela Fernanda Martinez Lopez and Austria’s Stefan Wadlegger.

“The crowd, the support, it was spectacular!” said the Argentinian shooter, originally from Mendoza. “I really hope this medal will help shooting sport develop in our country, we need people to know the sport, to be recognized.”

“He had the whole crowd supporting him, but I also had a good number of Finnish fans!” said Kemppi. “We didn’t know each other before Wednesday, and to be on the podium here at the Youth Olympic Games is fantastic.”
In the two semifinals, Erdenechuluun and Pekler won against Firmapaz and Kemppi with the score of 10 points to 5, while Dereviagina and Ramirez Ramos prevailed over Martinez Lopez and Wadlegger by 10 to 8.

Shooting sport at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games will award its last title tomorrow, in the 10m Air Pistol Mixed International Team event: the final is going to take place at 11:00 am (UTC-3:00).

News results and updates about the 3rd edition of the Youth Olympic Games will be available on the ISSF website, at buenosaires2018.com and on all ISSF social media platforms: FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeWeibo and Youku.


Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source ISSF Website