Keep your eyes on this website to be informed about the 50th CISM World Military Shooting championships which will be held in Switzerland in from 29.05.18 – 06.06.2018.
Dear CISM Friends,
We hope to see you at this competition and we hope that thisdiscipline can be supported by your country to become a Category One CISM sport.
Please confirm the receipt of this invitation.
Friendship through Sport.
WO Yves Verduyn
Belgian Delegate to CISM
Note: a little different from what we are used to in CISM; have a look here
On behalf of the Secretary General, you are informed by this letter concerning the appointment of the Official CISM Representative for the 2018, 50th World Military Championship Shooting to be held in Switzerland (May 29th – June 6th).
Colonel Dirk Schwede (GER), Vice President CISM Europe, will be in charge of the 50th CISM World Military Shooting Championships held in Thun.
The Official CISM Representative (OCR) at a championship may suspend an athlete, official, team or mission from further participation at that championship.
From December 13th to 15th, 2017, the Swiss Shooting Federation together with the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) conducted a course for judges in handling of Electronic Scoring Targets (EST). According to the statutes of the ISSF, judges may only be used at international competitions if they have passed the EST course. The speaker was mr. Willi Grill, technical director of the ISSF.
The international active judges introduced themselves to the technical secrets of electronic targets during these three days. The course was also attended by CISM Shooting judges. From Switzerland the judges Martin Gyger, Markus Schmid, Philippe Rüesch, Markus Stoller and from Germany Jörg Kropp (Secretary CSC Shooting). All have passed the EST course.
AS preparations are ongoing, the OC of the 50th CISM World Military Shooting Championships in Thun, Switzerland in 2018 have updated the official logo and published the invitation for the CISM nations.
Click here: Invitation CISM WMC Shooting 2018
WUHAN, Nov. 24 (ChinaMil) — China’s Ministry of National Defense held a special press conference on the 7th CISM Military World Games in Wuhan, capital city of Hubei province, on November 24, 2017.
(pictures: by Chinese CISM Delegation and CISM press office)
During the press conference, it announced the time of the games, events, competition schedule, progress on preparation, venue construction and overall support. The emblem, mascot and slogan of the 7th CISM Military World Games were also unveiled and the official website launched on the same day.
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Our president CSC Shooting, colonel Bruno Wolfensberger, was at the Annual European CISM meeting in Nicosia (CYP) where he amongst other subjects thanked all nations who organised a CISM Shooting championship wether it was a binational, regional or multi national event.
This picture is from Thun 2018 where the participating CSC members joined a CoM evening.
Our Irish friend Liam Crawford was welcomed in the CISM Sport Committee as this pictures proofs his entry. “Welcome Liam in the CSC Shooting”
At the same moment, the CSC Shooting shows their new “uniform”.
In the Cypriot capitol Nicosia, the Annual CISM European Conference 2017 is held from 23rd – 26th October 2017. Our president CISM Shooting, colonel Bruno Wolfensberger, is present to inform the European members and CISM HQ staff about changes in CISM Shooting, new information about shooting in the CISM Cadet Games in Indonesia and of course the 50th CISM World Military Shooting championships in 2018 and to engage the nations to participate and organise CISM Shooting championships.
Hauptprobe gelungen: Christian Wanner blickt als Organisator zuversichtlich der CISM-WM 2018 in der Thuner Guntelsey entgegen. Bild: Andreas Tschopp
Das internationale Turnier im militärsportlichen Schiessen des Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM) hat in Thun Tradition. Mit Vertretern aus 20 Nationen an den Wettkämpfen in der ersten Oktoberwoche in der Thuner Guntelsey war die Teilnahme heuer besonders gut.
Für die Organisation des Turniers war erstmals Christian Wanner verantwortlich, der neue CISM-Disziplinenchef Schiessen. Als solcher zeigt sich Wanner überaus zufrieden mit dem Verlauf des Turniers, an dem die Schweiz die Auszeichnung als beste Nation entgegennehmen durfte und das zugleich die Hauptprobe war für die CISM-WM 2018 in Thun.
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