The 2017 ISSF World Cup Final will take place at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range in New Delhi (IND) from October 23rd to October 30th: 160 athletes will compete in the 15 individual and three team events.
It’s been 242 days since February 22nd when the 2017 ISSF World Cup Series kicked off in New Delhi (IND).
Now, the same Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range is about to host the conclusive act of the 2017 ISSF Season: from the 23rd to the 30th of October, 160 athletes will participate in the 2017 ISSF World Cup Final, representing 45 National Olympic Committees and piling up 195 starts.
A total of 18 trophies will be delivered in the Rifle, Pistol and Shotgun disciplines: 15 individual and three mixed team ones.
Eleven of the fifteen reigning champions will defend the title won in Bologna (ITA) and Rome (ITA) in 2016.
For the first time in the history of Shooting Sport, three mixed team seasonal titles will be awarded: 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team and 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team, both with eight participating teams each; and Trap Mixed Team with nine participating teams.
The schedule of the finals is the following:
Tuesday, October 24th
10m Air Pistol Mixed Team at 11:00 am (UTC+5:30)
10m Air Rifle Mixed Team at 1:00 pm
Trap Mixed Team at 3:00 pm
Wednesday, October 25th
10m Air Pistol Women at 11:00 am
10m Air Rifle Men at 1:00 pm
Skeet Women at 4:00 pm
Thursday, October 26th
10m Air Pistol Men at 11:30 am
10m Air Rifle Women at 1:00 pm
Skeet Men at 4:00 pm
Friday, October 27th
50m Rifle Prone Men at 11:00 am
25m Pistol Women at 12:30 pm
50m Pistol Men at 2:00 pm
Double Trap Men at 4:30 pm
Saturday, October 28th
50m Rifle 3 Positions Women at 12:00 pm
Trap Women at 3:30 pm
Sunday, October 29th
25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men at 11:15 am
50m Rifle 3 Positions Men at 1:00 pm
Trap Men at 4:30 pm
Finals will be streamed live on the ISSF website, on the Federation’s Livestream channel, on its official Facebook page and on the Olympic Channel.