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Campeonato Mundial Universitário de Tiro Esportivo



4th World University Sport Shooting Championship


The 4th World University Sport Shooting Championship will be held from 4 to 9 September on two venues — Sviyaga Shotgun Range and Shooting Range Complex for Rifle and Pistol Disciplines in the Mirny Village.
The event's organisers are the International University Sports Federation (FISU), Russian Student Sports Union (RSSU) and Executive Committee of the 27th World Summer Universiade 2013 in Kazan. The championship will include 17 individual and 17 team events; 34 gold, 34 silver, 34 bronze medals will be decided during the sporting event. The expected quantity of participants is about 500 athletes. According to the championship's rules, athletes aged 18-27 are eligible to compete in the event, and each country may enter a maximum of forty-two (42) persons.
Sport Shooting is a competitive sport involving tests of accuracy and speed using firearms and airguns. It is divided into pistol and rifle shooting where participants shoot a pistol or a rifle and attempt to hit a 10-ringed target from a set distance and trap and skeet shooting where participants shoot a shotgun and attempt to break clay disks flung into the air at high speed from a variety of angles.
Sport Shooting events represented at the championship in Kazan will be Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun.
http://kazan2013.ru/en/test_competition_shooting.html

Shooting Sport

The History of Shooting Sport in FISU

Shooting Sport is one of the youngest sports in the history of FISU. The story started in Pilsen, Czech Republic in 2003, where the first edition of the competition was staged. Slovak shooters led with a total of 14 medals, of which 6 were gold, 4 silver and 4 bronze . They were followed by the Korean delegation with the same number of medals. After a few adverse attempts to organize the second edition of the World University Shooting Sport Championship, finally the Organizing Committee of the Summer Universiade in Bangkok, in 2007, included sport shooting into the program of the games. That was a great success in terms of participation and 426 athletes from 40 countries in total took part in these shooting competitions. The high level of the athletes and excellent results assured the future of sport shooting in FISU. After having been in the program of the Universiade in 2009 and the successful edition of the World University Sport Shooting Championship held in Wroclaw, Poland, in 2010, sport shooting was appointed as an optional sport for the 26th Universiade in Shenzhen, China, for the third time in the history of FISU. 
FISU Regulations
The Shooting Sport competition has its own FISU Regulations following the most recent rules of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF). The FISU Regulations are always set up after the recommendation of the FISU Technical Chair and the ISSF Technical Delegate in close cooperation with the Committee of the Sporting Regulations and approved by the FISU Executive Committee. In principle, the programme shall last minimum four (4) days and maximum six (6) days and include the
following events:
Men
Women
Rifle50 m Rifle Prone / 60 Shots
50 m Rifle 3 Positions / 3 x 20 Shots
10 m Air Rifle / 40 Shots
Rifle
50 m Rifle Prone / 60 Shots
50 m Rifle 3 Positions / 3 x 20 Shots
10 m Air Rifle / 40 Shots
Pistol
25 m Pistol /60 Shots
10 m Air Pistol / 60 Shots25 m Rapid Fire Pistol / 60 Shots
25 m Standard Pistol /3x20 shots
Pistol
25 m Pistol / 30 + 30 Shots
10 m Air Pistol / 40 Shots
Skeet
125 Target + Final
Skeet
75 Target + Final
Trap
125 Target + Final
Double Trap / 150 + Final
Trap
75 Target + Final
http://www.fisu.net/en/FISU-Sport-Shooting-3579.html

 
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