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China and Italy share the glory at the ISSF World Cup stage in New Delhi ISSF.


02.03.2017

Final Skeet Men

ISSF World Cup Rifle / Pistol / Shotgun · New Delhi, IND
The People’s Republic of China claimed the top of the medal table, thanks to the 12 total medals they secured in the Rifle/Pistol disciplines. Italy, on the other side, dominated the Shotgun events, pocketing 5 total medals.
The first competition of the 2017 ISSF Season closed today with the fifteenth and last final match: the Skeet Men.

The People’s Republic of China finished atop the final medal standings with 6 Golds and 6 Silvers, dominating both the Rifle and the Pistol events. In the first four days of competition, indeed, they reached the top of the podium six times, ruling both Air Rifle events, the men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol, the women’s 10m Air Pistol and both Rifle 3 Positions matches.
Final medal standings
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1CHN6612
2ITA235
3AUS213
3JPN213
5IND1225
6THA112
7USA11
8SGP112
9HUN11
9VIE11
11GER22
12AZE11
12ESP11
12FIN11
12GBR11
12IRI11
12NZL11
12POL11
12SUI11
15151545
Following China, Italy took the 2nd place thanks to an outstanding performance in the Shotgun matches, where they secured 5 of the 15 total medals, nailing a Gold-Silver combo both in the men’s Trap and in the men’s Skeet.

Australia and Japan shared the 3rd place with 2 Golds and 1 Bronze each, while India, the host country of the inaugural competition of the season, also concluded with 5 total medals: 1 Gold, won by Jitu Rai in the 50m Pistol Men event, 2 Silvers and 2 Bronzes.

Thailand and the United States of America split the remaining two Gold medals of the competition.
Medalists by event
EventDateMedalNameNation
10m Air Rifle Men24 FEB 2017GoldSONG BuhanCHN
SilverSIDI PeterHUN
BronzeSHIMADA AtsushiJPN
50m Rifle 3 Positions Men26 FEB 2017GoldHUI ZichengCHN
SilverSUN JianCHN
BronzeLOCHBIHLER JanSUI
50m Rifle Prone Men28 FEB 2017GoldYAMASHITA ToshikazuJPN
SilverLIU YukunCHN
BronzeROMANCZYK DanielPOL
10m Air Pistol Men28 FEB 2017GoldMATSUDA TomoyukiJPN
SilverHOANG Xuan VinhVIE
BronzeRAI JituIND
25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men25 FEB 2017GoldLAO JiajieCHN
SilverLIN JunminCHN
BronzeLUNEV RuslanAZE
50m Pistol Men1 MAR 2017GoldRAI JituIND
SilverSINGH AmanpreetIND
BronzeGOLKHANDAN VahidIRI
Trap Men25 FEB 2017GoldD AMBROSIO SimoneITA
SilverPELLIELO GiovanniITA
BronzeFERNANDEZ AlbertoESP
Double Trap Men27 FEB 2017GoldWILLETT JamesAUS
SilverMITTAL AnkurIND
BronzeDEDMAN JamesGBR
Skeet Men2 MAR 2017GoldFILIPPELLI RiccardoITA
SilverROSSETTI GabrieleITA
BronzeADAMS PaulAUS
10m Air Rifle Women24 FEB 2017GoldSHI MengyaoCHN
SilverDONG LijieCHN
BronzeGHATKAR PoojaIND
50m Rifle 3 Positions Women27 FEB 2017GoldZHANG YiwenCHN
SilverSER Xiang Wei JasmineSGP
BronzeROESKEN EvaGER
10m Air Pistol Women26 FEB 2017GoldLIN YuemeiCHN
SilverZHANG MengxueCHN
BronzeTEO Shun XieSGP
25m Pistol Women1 MAR 2017GoldYANGPAIBOON NaphaswanTHA
SilverZHANG JingjingCHN
BronzeSKERIES MichelleGER
Trap Women24 FEB 2017GoldSMITH PennyAUS
SilverROSSI JessicaITA
BronzeVEROMAA MopsiFIN
Skeet Women1 MAR 2017GoldRHODE KimberlyUSA
SilverJIEWCHALOEMMIT SutiyaTHA
BronzeTIPPLE ChloeNZL
Because of the new ISSF Technical Rules in fourteen of the fifteen events a new World Records has been set.

Women’s 10m Air Rifle and women’s 10m Air Pistol records have both been set by Chinese shooters, Shi Mengyao and Lin Yuemei respectively, and it’s curious to notice that they are both higher than their male correspondent mark.

  • 10m Air Rifle Men: SONG Buhan (CHN), 249.5 points
  • 50m Rifle Prone Men: Toshikazu YAMASHITA (JPN), 249.8 points
  • 10m Air Pistol Men: Tomoyuki MATSUDA (JPN), 240.1 points
  • 50m Pistol Men: Jitu RAI (IND), 230.1 points
  • Trap Men: Simone D’AMBROSIO (ITA), 45 targets
  • Double Trap Men: James WILLETT (AUS), 75 targets
  • Skeet Men: Riccardo FILIPPELLI (ITA), 57 targets
  • 10m Air Rifle Women: SHI Mengyao (CHN), 252.1 points
  • 10m Air Pistol Women: LIN Yuemei (CHN), 240.8 points
  • Trap Women: Penny SMITH (AUS), 40 targets
  • Skeet Women: Kimberly RHODE (USA), 56 targets

Besides these ones, four Junior World Record have also been set:

  • 10m Air Rifle Men: SONG Buhan (CHN), 249.5 points
  • 50m Rifle Prone Men: LIU Yukun (CHN), 249.3 points
  • Double Trap Men: James DEDMAN (GBR), 56 targets
  • 10m Air Rifle Women: SHI Mengyao (CHN), 252.1 points

The spotlight of the season will now move to Acapulco (MEX) where the ISSF World Cup Stage 2 will take place from the 17th to the 27th of March.

News and updates about the ISSF competitions are available on the ISSF website and on its social media profiles: FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeWeibo and Youku.



Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source - ISSF Website.
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