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From April 21st – 23rd 2013, the CISM Sport Committee Shooting will meet in Hannover (GER).
The agenda holds the following aspects:
* CISM Shooting 2013 – 2015
* Integration shotgun in CISM shooting
* New CSC member(s) for Shotgun in CISM
* CSC member tasks and responsibilities (define)
* Chairmen for Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun and Classification
* Selection of (ISSF licensed) judges for Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun
Our main goal is to find and/or mobilize organizers who are willing to have a shooting championship at bi- or tri-national, regional or world championship events in all disciplines for both male and female.
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The president and members of the CSC-Shooting wished the organizers and participants a good shot.
Participating teams 2013: Austria, Germany, Belgium, Czech Republic, Netherlands and Norway.
Team competition Center Fire:
1. CZE (1716 pts)
2. NOR (1706 pts)
3. AUT (1700)
Individual competition Center Fire:
1. Josef Fiala (CZE) 584 pts
2. Manuel Heilgemeier (GER) 582 pts
3. Pål Hembre (NOR) 580 pts (shoot off 48)
4. Oliver Geis (GER) 580 pts (shoot off 47)
Team competition Military Rapid Fire:
1. CZE (1738 pts)
2. NOR (1728 pts)
3. AUT (1714 pts)
Pål Hembre (NOR): 594 pts (CISM world record: 1995 by Giovanni Bossi: 593 pts)
18. April a special happy birthday to Lcol Pavel Bittner (CZE)
Individual competition Military Rapid Fire:
1. Pål Hembre (NOR), 592 pts
2. Oliver Geis (GER), 586 pts
3. Karl Pavlis (AUT), 585 pts
Best nation: not appointed
Best pistol shooter: 2nd Lt Pål Hembre (NOR)