Medal Standing at the end of ISSF Shotgun World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi
ISSF SHOTGUN WORLD CUP FINAL IN ABU DHABI: MEDALS AND RECORDS
Germany and the Russian Federation tied in first place with one Gold and one Silver medal each, here in Abu Dhabi. Two world records were equaled in Skeet events.
On the 28th Skeet Men Final won by Spain’s Juan Josè Aramburu concluded the 2013 ISSF World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi, UAE, where the 60 best shotgun shooters of the world - coming from 25 countries - arrived to compete in the five disciplines of Olympic clay shooting.
Germany and Russia finished atop of the medal standings, with One Gold and one Silver medal, each.
Slovakia followed in third placed with one Gold and one Bronze medal, both won in Trap events.
Italy pocketed the highest number of medals (4 awards), but finished in sixth place with no Gold.
Two records were equaled during this competition, both in Skeet events. Olga Panarina (RUS) tied the current world record of 74 hits out of 75 targets in the Skeet Women event, on the 27th of October. While today it was Kuwait’s 50-year old Alrashidi who equaled the world record of 124 hits out of 125 targets during the Skeet Men qualifications. Marco Dalla Dea