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quinta-feira, 29 de junho de 2017

Test Event - Medal Matches 10m Air Rifle Mixed Junior Team and Test Event - Medal Matches 10m Air Pistol Mixed Junior Team


Czech Republic defeats China to climb atop the Air Rifle Mixed Team podium

ISSF Junior World Championship Rifle / Pistol · Suhl, GER

Czech junior shooters Filip Nepejchal and Nikola Foistova secured the Air Rifle Mixed Team title at the end of an exciting match, beating People’s Republic of China’s Zhu Yingjie and Liu Yukun, who took Silver. The 3rd place and the Bronze medal went to another Chinese couple: Gao Mingwei and Zhang Changhong.
Fifty total teams represented 30 nations and participated in the 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team test event in Suhl (GER), where the ISSF Junior World Championship Rifle/Pistol will conclude today.

17-year-old Filip Nepejchal and 20-year-old Nikola Foistova of the Czech Republic prevailed over People’s Republic of China’s Zhu Yingjie (17) and Liu Yukun (20) at the end of a tight Gold medal match, where the two teams split the first eight series. There, the Czech shooters stepped up their shooting, taking three of the following four points and securing the Gold medal with the final score of 7 points to 5.

In the previous Bronze medal match, 16-year-old Gao Mingwei and 17-year-old Zhang Changhong of the People’s Republic of China Team 2 bested India’s Arjun Babuta (18) and Shreya Bandyopadhyay (14), easily ruling the final and pocketing the Bronze with a 7-to-3 win.

Eliminated from the first semifinal, Russian Federation Team 2 placed 3rd and scored 202.9 points with Evgeniy Ishchenko (20) and Maria Ivanova (19), while France Team 1, represented by Jade Bordet (16) and Emilien Chassat (20), finished in 4th place with 160.4 points.

In the following second semifinal, then, Russian Federation Team 1 also concluded in 3rd place, as Andrei Golovkov (20) and Anastasiia Galashina (20) scored 204.9 points. They were followed by Islamic Republic of Iran’s Arminia Sadeghina (15) and Amirsiyavash Zolfagharian (15), who took 4th place in the match and scored 161.9 points.

Test Event - Medal Matches 10m Air Pistol Mixed Junior Team

Team India 1 wins the Mixed Team 10m Air Pistol Junior test event in Suhl




ISSF Junior World Championship Rifle / Pistol · Suhl, GER
The event proved its popularity as 44 teams participated here in Suhl. Anmol Anmol and Yashaswini Singh Deswal of India outscored Team Russia 2 to win the mixed-gender team competition.
Team India 1 won the Mixed Team 10m Air Pistol Junior test event on the closing day of the 2017 ISSF Junior World Championship in Suhl, Germany. 

Anmol Anmol and Yashaswini Singh Deswal scored 7 points to claim the Gold, beating Team Russia 2 (Alexander Petrov and Nadezhda Kolda) that closed the medal match with 4 points, collecting the silver. 

In the Bronze medal match, it was Team France 1 (Mathilde Lamolle and Nicolas Thiel) that made it to the podium with a net score of 7 to 1 points, leaving Team Republic of Korea 1 in 4th place (Sung Yunho and Kim Woori). 

On its way to the podium, Team India 1 outscored Team Republic of Korea 1 in the semi-final, with a tally of 239.3 points to Korea’s 235.4. 

In the other semi-final, Team Russia 2 scored 237.3 points leaving Team France 1 just one point behind, with 236.3. 

44 Teams from 29 Nations participated in the test event of the Mixed Team 10m Air Pistol Junior event here in Suhl, showing once again the success of this new competition format among junior athletes. 

10m Air Rifle and Pistol Mixed events have been recommended by the ISSF for inclusion in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Program in an effort to achieve gender equality, to appeal new audiences and to promote the development of the sport at youth level. The ISSF recommendation - which was recently approved by the ISSF Extraordinary General Assembly in Munich - has been accepted by the IOC on the 9th of June. 






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