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sexta-feira, 28 de junho de 2013




REGISTER NOW FOR THIS YEAR’S IOC/ISSF DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

Take the opportunity to register representatives from your federation for this year’s IOC/ISSF National Development Project which will be held in Kuortane, Finland from 10 – 16 October 2013.
The purpose of this course is to assist member federations in developing a systematic and comprehensive training program for national teams. At the completion of the course, participants should be capable of initiating a National Training System to a professional level that will enable member federations and athletes to participate in the Olympic Games.
Participation is free of charge, participants will only be responsible for their travel expenses. If you are interested, please get in contact with your national federation which will be able to register you. The registration deadline is 1 July 2013! We look forward  to receiving your applications!

quarta-feira, 26 de junho de 2013


Tuesday, 25 June 2013

By Gary Anderson
Stoke Mandeville Stadium frontJune 25 - Nearly 120 competitors will line up at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting World Cup when it takes place at Stoke Mandeville, birthplace of the Paralympic Games, from June 29 to July 5.

The event is the third IPC Shooting World Cup of 2013, following competitions in Poland and Turkey. 

The final World Cup is due to take place Thailand from August 12 to 19.
A third of the athletes registered to compete at the Stoke Mandeville event, will be British, including London 2012 silver and bronze medallist Matt Skelhon, silver medallist James Bevis and world-record holder Ryan Cockbill.

Skelhon will line up in the R1 men's 10 metre air rifle standing SH1 and R3 mixed 10m air rifle prone SH1 competitions, following his fist place finish in the latter event at the previous World Cup meeting in Turkey this year.
Matt Skelhon IPS Shooting Championships
Great Britain's Matt Skelhon has his sights set on new qualifying world record

"I'm in good shape - shooting well - so looking forward to it - would be nice to get the qualifying world record next," said Skelhon, who narrowly missed out on gold at London 2012 by finishing just 0.3 points behind Cedric Fevre from France.

Cockbill also collected gold in Turkey and he will be up against fellow Briton Bevis in both the R4 mixed 10m air rifle standing SH2 and R5 10m air rifle prone SH2 disciplines.
Slovakia's Veronika Vadovicova has had a very successful year so far in the women's events.
 

The gold medallist from Beijing 2008, will arrive in England having set new world records in the R2 women's 10m air rifle standing SH1 at each of the World Cup meetings so far this year.
Veronika
Veronika Vadovicova celebrates with her gold medal at Beijing 2008

This will be the first IPC Shooting event to take place in Britain since the London 2012 Paralympic competition took place at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Greenwich.

Stoke Mandeville is recognized as the birthplace of the Paralympics Movement, following Dr Ludwig Guttman's setting up of a competition for wheelchair athletes on July 29 1948, the same day as the opening of the London 1948 Olympic Games.

Guttman, who worked in the spinal injuries unit of the nearby Stoke Mandeville Hospital, named the competition the Stoke Mandeville Games, which later became the Paralympic Games.

Competitors will be using these World Cup events to help prepare for the 2013 IPC Shooting European Championships which is due to take place in Alicante from October 18 to 26.

More than 200 athletes from 30 countries are expected to compete at Club Lucetum in the Spanish city.

The 2013 European Championships will be the first major international competition to feature new finals formats and decimal scoring in 10m Air Rifle and 50m Prone Rifle events.

Decimal scoring will enable athletes to potentially add 54 points to their overall score and help to eliminate the prospect of ties occurring, while in the finals of each event, athletes will start from a score of zero rather than carry their score over from qualification.


Contact the writer of this story at 
gary.anderson@insidethegames.biz

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source - Google Alerts - IPC Shooting: 

domingo, 16 de junho de 2013

End of the World Cup in Nicosia, Medal Standing, Medallists and Records.




16.06.2013
ISSF SHOTGUN WORLD CUP IN NICOSIA “A GREAT COMPETITION”. MEDALS AND RECORDS
Italy finished atop of the medal standings of an event described as a “great competition” by the ISSF Secretary General Franz Schreiber.
Today's Skeet Men final concluded the 2013 ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Nicosia, Cyprus. There, more than 380 shooters coming from 58 countries competed in the five Olympic events of shotgun shooting from the 10 to the 16 of June. Following Acapulco (MEX) and Al Ain (UAE), Nicosia's was the third step of this year's ISSF Wolrd Cup Series.
“It has been a great competition. We have to thank the Cyprus Shooting Sport Federation for hosting such a successful World Cup Stage.” The ISSF Secretary General Franz Schreiber said, at today's closing ceremony.
“We are proud to be entrusted by the International Shooting Sport Federation, and we hope to have all of you athletes back again here in Cyprus soon.” Mr. Demetris Lordos, the President of the Cyprus Shooting Sport Federation replied.

Italy finished atop of the medal standings, with one medal of each color. The People's Republic of China and the Russian Federation followed in second place, with one Gold medal each. The home country, Cyprus, ended up in sixth place, with one Silver medal won at the Skeet Women event, yesterday.

Four Skeet records were equalled, during this ISSF World Cup Stage. Danka Bartekova (SVK) and Andri Eleftheriou (CYP) equalled the world record of 73 hits out of 75 targets at the Skeet Women qualifications. Great Britain's Amber Hill, the 16-year old winner of this year's first ISSF World Cup stage in Acapulco, equalled the Skeet Junior Women world record of 71 hits. Henri Sorvo, from Finland, equalled the Skeet Junior Men world record with 121 hits.

The 2013 ISSF World Cup Series will now continue in Granada, Spain, where a combined World Cup stage in Rifle, Pistol and Shotgun events will take place from the 3 through the 12 of July.

Check out the calendar of the next events at www.issf-sports.org

The medal standings:
Rank
NAT
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1
ITA
1
1
1
3
2
CHN
1

1
2
2
RUS
1

1
2
4
KUW
1


1
4
SVK
1


1
6
AUS

1

1
6
CRO

1

1
6
CYP

1

1
6
SWE

1

1
10
ESP


1
1
10
GER


1
1

Total
5
5
5
15


The medallists:
Event
Medal
Name
Nat
Trap Men
GOLD
VARGA Erik
SVK
SILVER
GLASNOVIC Josip
CRO
BRONZE
ALIPOV Alexey
RUS
Double Trap Men
GOLD
MOSIN Vasily
RUS
SILVER
BERNASCONI Emanuele
ITA
BRONZE
PAN Qiang
CHN
Skeet Men
GOLD
ALRASHIDI Abdullah
KUW
SILVER
JANSSON Henrik
SWE
BRONZE
ARAMBURU Juan Jose
ESP
Trap Women
GOLD
STANCO Silvana
ITA
SILVER
SKINNER Catherine
AUS
BRONZE
SCHEIBL Sonja
GER
Skeet Women
GOLD
ZHANG Donglian
CHN
SILVER
ELEFTHERIOU Andri
CYP
BRONZE
BACOSI Diana
ITA

The records:
EQUALED WORLD RECORDS
Event
Phase
Old / New
Name
Nat
Skeet Women
Qual
73 / 73
BARTEKOVA Danka
SVK
Skeet Women
Qual
73 / 73
ELEFTHERIOU Andri
CYP

EQUALED WORLD RECORDS JUNIOR
Event
Phase
Old / New
Name
Nat
Skeet Women Junior
Qual
71 / 71
HILL Amber
GBR
Skeet Men Junior
Qual
121 / 121
SORVO Henri
FIN



Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl 
Source: ISSF Website - http://www.issf-sports.org