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The 49th World Military Shooting championship in Qatar comes to an end, the medals will be handed to the winners, the records will be written and it’s just the closing dinner and party that seperates the teams from going home. Excellent prepared venues and conditions, good food and perfectly organised and supported matches are proven by the many CISM records that where broken this week.
More information will be published later.
At the 49th World Military Shooting Championship, the circumstances must be good as another record in 300m Military Rapid Fire Rifle was broken during the team event by Danish shooter private Steffen Halfdan Olssen who scored 577 points. Today Norwegian sergeant Odd Arne Brekkne came close to that score with his goldmedal with 576-22 points, silver was for corporal Bernhard Pickl (AUT) with 574-22 pts and bronze for Homeguard soldier Kim-Andre Lund (NOR) with 574-12 points.
China took gold in the 25m MRF Pistol event by major Zhenxiang Xie (591-25), silver was for his team mate colonel Yongde Jin with 589-22 and bronze for french OR-5 Fabrice Daumal with 587-31 pts.
The womens match in 25m MRF pistol Thailand won gold by AR Naphaswan Yangpaiboon with the score of 583-22, silver was fro German Gefreiter Michelle Skeries with 581-18 pts and bronze for Korean mastersergeant Hyun Joo Park with 580-16 pts.
Information given in the Enlarged CISM Sport Committee Shooting meeting will be published later.
Saturday November 19th is the last competition day of the 49th World Military Shooting Championship in Doha, Qatar. The programme is as follows:
09:00-10:45 300 m Military Rapid Fire Rifle (MRF) – Indiv
09:00-10:15 25 m MRF Men – Individual
10:30 Shoot Off (eventually)
11:00-12:15 25 m MRF Women – Individual
12:30 Shoot Off (eventually)
09:00-13:00 Skeet Men – Team & Indiv – Day 2 (75 targets)
13:15 Shoot Off (eventually)
14:00 Skeet Men – Finals
16:00-18:30 Award Ceremony
19.00 Closing Dinner
Friday OR-5 Cyril Graff (FRA) broke the CISM Record in 300 meter Military Rapid Fire Rifle by 2 points in the first relay which was shot last year in Korea by SGT Odd Arne Brekkne (NOR). With 194/196/184 the score of 574 consisted 17 innertens.Second place was for HV SOL Kim-Andre Lund(NOR) with 187/196/187 (570-18) while third place was won by Pte Rajmond Debevec (SLO) with 190/192/176 (558-10).
In the second relay it was PVT Steffen Olssen (DEN) who broke the new CR by another 3 point scoring: 195/198/184 (577-13 ) second was SGT Hans Kristian Wear (NOR) with 191/193/184 (568-12) and thrird place was for CPL Bernhard Pickl (AUT) with 192/187/189 (568-6).
In the third relay SGT Odd Arne Brekkne (NOR) won his relay and breaking his own CISM Record with 2 points ending with 189/196/190 (575-22), second became CPL Gernot Rumpler (AUT) with 192/191/182 (565-9) and thrird WO Andrei Konkov (RUS) with 184/191/183 (558-11);
All together team resulst are as follows:
1. Norway 1713-52 pts (setting a new CISM team record in 300m MRF)
2. Austria 1683-26 pts
3. Denmark 1669-38 pts
In Skeet Women the Team results are:
1. RUS 206 (new CISM Record) was 202
2. CHN 204
3. QAT 200
Here the Russian WO Marina Belikova set a new CISM Record in Skeet Women shooting 72 targets; this record was set in Korea 2015 with 70 targets.
The results in the medal matches where as follows:
1. M. Belikova (RUS) 13, 2. S. Scoccetti (ITA) 12 3. A. Krakhmaleva (RUS) 12 S-off 7 4. C. Wenzel (GER) 12 S-off 6