The Swiss shooting Federation has published some news items on this CISM shooting event. Read them here: http://www.swissshooting.ch or download in PDF
Results Standard rifle 300m 3×20 Team, May 9th: 1. Switzerland (Andrea Rossi 583; Rafael Bereuter 580; Gilles Dufaux 580) 1743; 2. Austria (Bernhard Pickl 584; Gernot Rumpler 583; Alexander Schmirl 565) 1732; 3. Poland (Robert Kraskowski 574; Bartosz Skorupa 572; Rafal Lukaszyk 560) 1706; 4. Hungary (Norbert Szabian 545; Patrik Pragai 545; Karoly Zentai 477) 1567; 5. United Arabic Emirates (Mohammed Almeqbaali 527; Salem Alnaqbi 516; Salem Alkatheeri 515) 1558.
Results Standard rifle 300m 3×20 Individual, May 10th: 1. Gilles Dufaux (Granges-Paccot FR) 585; 2. Andrea Rossi (Dietfurt SG) 582 (20 IZ); 3. Rafael Bereuter (Müswangen LU) 582 (17 IZ); 4. Gernot Rumpler (AUT) 581; 5. Robert Kraskowski (POL) 579; 6. Bernhard Pickl (AUT) 576; 7. Alexander Schmirl (AUT) 573; 8. Bartosz Skorupa (POL) 571. Total 16 Participants
Results Rifle 300m Military Rapid Fire Team, May 10th: 1. Switzerland (Gilles Dufaux 574; Rafael Bereuter 563; Andrea Rossi 560) 1697; 2. Poland 1666; 3. Austria 1665; 4. Hungary 1478; 5. United Arabic Emirates 1330.
Results Rifle 300m Military Rapid Fire Individual: 1. Rafael Bereuter (Müswangen LU) 573; 2. Gilles Dufaux (Granges-Paccot FR) 569; 3. Bernhard Pickl (AUT) 565; 4. Andrea Rossi (Dietfurt SG) 563; 5. Gernot Rumpler (AUT) 562; 6. Robert Kraskowski (POL) 559; 7. Alexander Schmirl (AUT) 557; 8. Bartosz Skorupa (POL) 556.
Results Rifle 300m Combination: 1. Rafael Bereuter 1155 (582+573); 2. Gilles Dufaux 1154 (585+569); 3. Andrea Rossi 1145 (582+563); 4. Gernot Rumpler (AUT) 1143; 5. Bernhard Pickl (AUT) 1141; 6. Robert Kraskowski (POL) 1138; 7. Alexander Schmirl (AUT) 1130; 8. Bartosz Skorupa (POL) 1127.
May 11, 2018 – In the period from 8 to 11 May 2018, the international military comparison tournament was held in the shooting range on the shooting range “Lavanter Forcha” near Lienz.
The participating military athletes came from Poland, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates and Hungary. Host nation Austria was represented by the Bundesheer-Leistungssportler Zugsführer Alexander Schmirl, Zugsführer Bernhard Pickl and Korporal Gernot Rumpler.
The competition was held in the disciplines “Slow Fire” and “Rapid Fire” both as a team competition and in singles. This time, the shooters from Switzerland dominated over the whole week. Their constant shooting performance kept them in the gold medal. The Austrians did not quite find their usual form from the start, yet they won silver in the “Slow Fire Team” and the bronze medal in the “Rapid Fire Team”.
In the “Rapid Fire Single”, Zugsführer Bernhard Pickl prevented by an excellent passage a Swiss triple victory and fought his way to the bronze medal; on silver, only five rings were missing after 60 shots. The event ended on Friday at the grounds of the seminar center Iselsberg with a victory ceremony in a military setting.
pictures (Facebook by SSgt Mike Gottlieber)
Source: www.bundesheer.at – sport
The official website of the 50th CISM World Military Shooting championships is online!
The following 46 (!) nations have sent in their Preliminary Entry forms:
In two weeks the CISM GA will be held in Punta Cana and Indonesia will present the “new” 3rd CISM Cadet Games proposal. These Games could be held in October, but the General Assembly and Indonesian Organiser have to come to an understanding.
Meanwhile the CSC Shooting will update information and contacts and inform the OC of the Cadet Games what it looks like in CISM Shooting.
After the final decision is taken, and the Games will go on, you will be informed by this website.
Major General Sodic from Indonesia (Chief of the OC) will most possibly come to Switzerland for the 50th MWC, which gives the possibility to talk directly to him to fix all the open points in Shooting.
Meanwhile we received the information that the Shooting Range is ready, 20 new lines in 300m including a rebuild Range and 20 new combined 25 / 50 m range with a new building. Check out the latest pictures as all this is newly built.
Message from our special reporter Liam Crawford (IRL)at the Para Shooting World Cup in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates:
Our CISM friend Anna Normann of Sweden in the R8 Women’s 50m Rifle – 3p here in Al Ain, UAE. Her first WSPS Final; Anna Normann won the Bronze medal!
Those who have been attending the CISM Regional in Thun, Switzerland 2017 will be aware of Anna limping to the winners podium. Unfortunately, her foot injury is not getting better. Anna has been classified this week as an SH1a Paralympic shooter. Wasting no time she started her first match in R3 10m mixed prone yesterday finishing in the middle of the field at 24th. Today Anna shot the R8 Women’s Three Position match finishing qualification in Third and going on to retain third place in the final. Anna has two events remaining in this World Cup but already she has made her mark in World Shooting Para Sports. Delighted for her. Friendship through Sports.
More info on the WC in UAE and Para shooting and Facebook
(pictures by Liam Crawford – IRL)
the successful 2008 Swedish team: Christina Bengtsson, Anna Normann (middle) & Linda Olofsson
Individual match Center Fire 25m pistol 1st place Mikael Nilsson (SWE) 575 pts, 2nd place Pelle Carlsson (SWE) 571 pts, 3rd place Heinz Koeltringer (AUT) 569 pts
Best shooter: Sgt Mikael Nilsson (SWE) 1732 pts (5 times Gold!)
Copyright pictures by Mikael Nilsson, Joakim Olsson and Matti Kirilov (SWE)
Copyright pictures by Belgian Military Pistol Team
(pictures by Matti Krilov – SWE)
CISM athletes participating in the World Cup in Mexico 2018 are doing great. There was a well deserved silver medal for CISM athlete Bernhard Pickl (AUT) at the ISSF World Cup in Mexico in the 50m Men 3 position match. Another silver medal was won by our CISM friend Doreen Vennekamp (GER) at the 25m Women Pistol finals match. Heidi Diethelm Gerber (SUI) finished 7th and Michelle Skeries (GER) finished 6th after Shoot off. In the 50m Women 3 position Rifle finals, CISM friend Beate Koestel (GER) finished 7th. Congratulations from the CISM Sport Committee Shooting!
find schedule here and all results here