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5 2014 : SHootING At tHE HIGHESt StAGE: YoUtH oLYMPIC GAMES AND ISSF WoRLD CHAMPIoNSHIP » YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES NANJING » YOG VOLUNTEERS » 51ST ISSF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GRANADA » ATHLETE ROLE MODEL IVANA MAKSIMOVIC » INTERVIEW WITH JIN JONGOH » WORLD RANKING » QUOTA PLACES 2016 OLYMPIC GAMES SHOOTING

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WCH GRANADA / OPENING / Opening Ceremony T he World Championship kicked off at the Alhambra, the iconic castle of Granada, where athletes from 94 different countries were welcomed by ISSF President Olegario Vázquez Raña, by the President of the Spanish Olympic Committee Alejandro Blanco, and by the President of the Royal Spanish Shooting Federation, Rodrigo de Mesa Ruiz. From there on and right to the last competition day, the event turned into a festival of the Shooting Sport, the biggest shooting competition supervised by the ISSF which involves thousands of people from all over the world. Athletes, coaches, officials, spectators and media crowded Granada, turning this Championship into a showcase for our sport. The 51st ISSF World Championship was a cornerstone of this Olympic cycle, held exactly between London 2012 and Rio 2016. The road leading to the next Olympic Games started there, where the best athletes of the world challenged their limits in an attempt to obtain one of the first 64 Olympic quota places to be distributed during the Championship. They were all here: the senior experts and the young up-and-coming athletes, Olympic champions of the eighties and the medalists of this year’s Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing. All chasing their Olympic dream at the highest possible level. But this 51st ISSF World Championship has been more than that. The World Championship in all events is held every four years, and it’s the biggest celebration of our sport. It does not focus on the Olympics only: grassroots improvement and sport development are at the core of the World Championship concept. Within this frame, 39 non-Olympic events were conducted in the four disciplines of Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun and Running Target shooting. Furthermore, for the first time in history, separate Junior Finals were organized for the 15 Olympic-style events. That’s what makes the ISSF World Championship in all events so special: it’s the most important reunion of the Shooting Sport family, which follows the traditional spirit of our sport, but also looks forward to the future. ISSF President Olegario Vazquez Raña said: “This ISSF World Championship in Granada has been a great sports event: we’ve witnessed excellent competitions, and extraordinary results achieved by our athletes.” And then he added, referring to the new competition formats: “the new finals introduced after the 2012 Olympic Games added drama and emotion to our sport. The atmosphere during the competitions here in Granada has been great.” And, along with a great atmosphere, Granada also turned into a stage of excellent sports results. Ten new World Records were established and three World Records were matched in senior events. Junior athletes also gave their best, setting 13 new World Records and 6 new Final World Records. Speaking about numbers, the People’s Republic of China finished at the top of the overall medal standings, with an impressive tally of 44 medals (19 Gold, 16 Silver, 9 Bronze including also Junior and Team events). Germany followed in second place with 25 medals (15 Gold, 6 Silver, 4 Bronze) while the Russian Federation took the third place with 9 Gold, 13 Silver and 18 Bronze, for a total of 40 medals. “This Championship has been a festival for our sport, and we’ve witnessed some great sports results,” said ISSF Secretary General Franz Schreiber at the closing ceremony. “We are looking forward to the 52nd ISSF World Championship in all Shooting events which will be held in Changwon, Korea, in four years.” Indeed, the wheels keep on turning: during the closing ceremony, the Royal Spanish Shooting Federation returned the ISSF flag to the ISSF President Olegario Vázquez Raña, who then handed it to the representatives of the Korea Shooting Federation and of the city of Changwon, where the next Championship in all events will be held in 2018. Marco Dalla Dea, Alessandro Ceschi 5/2014 ISSF NEWS 23

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WCH GRANADA / OPENING / SPEECHES ISSF FAMILY 24 ISSF NEWS 5/2014

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WCH GRANADA Special Honor 5/2014 ISSF NEWS 25

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WCH GRANADA / Interviews / ISSF President Olegario Vázquez Raña Tradition and Innovation: a Shooting Family’s Success “It’s been a great championship. We’ve had very good results and I’m pleased because medals were distributed all over the world, and I believe everything turned out very well,” ISSF President Olegario Vázquez Raña said at the conclusion of the 51st ISSF World Championship. “I would really like to thank all of the members of the International Sport Shooting Federation for the good work, along with the Technical Delegates, Judges, Referees. It’s involved a lot of hard work, but it turned out to be a great achievement, as well.” “I would also like to thank the Organizing Committee and President Rodrigo de Mesa, as well as all the people who have helped him organize this World Championship,” the President added. “The conditions for our athletes to be able to perform at their best were quite good,” ISSF Vice President and Rifle and Pistol Technical Delegate for this championship, Gary Anderson, confirmed. “The competitions were conducted very satisfactorily, we had excellent conditions for the athletes and we had good performances from the NTOs of the Organizing Committee,” he stated. “As always, before and at the beginning of the competitions, there has been a lot of work to do to fine-tune the details. But as soon as the event started all began to run smoothly,” added the second ISSF Technical Delegate for Rifle and Pistol events Carlos Silva Monterroso. The President of the ISSF, interviewed by the international press after the competition, took the opportunity to talk about the new ISSF Rules, which were introduced after the 2012 London Olympics. New rules brought about a favorable change in the look of the final matches, and that will be remembered as a milestone in the history of sport shooting. “I’m very happy because all the Finals are very exciting; all the people are enjoying them, a large audience is following them, and the shooters themselves are excited because of the thrilling finals. So I think we made a great decision when we improved the Finals in our Shooting Sport,” Mr. Olegario Váquez Raña said. The 2014 World Championship will also be remembered for its focus on youth. Indeed, for the first time in the history of the ISSF, separate Junior finals were organized, giving the younger athletes a chance to compete in the new finals in a dedicated age class. “I think it’s a great opportunity for our 26 ISSF NEWS 5/2014 risk by making some changes,” Mr. Vazquez Raña recalled. “After the London Olympics, our sport experienced the biggest change ever. From now on we won’t be needing any more rule changes. I believe these new Finals will go on for a long time.” Once again, tradition combines well with innovation: a success of the shooting sport family. “I would really like to thank all of the members of the International Sport Shooting Federation for the good work, along with the Technical Delegates, Judges, Referees. It’s involved a lot of hard work, but it turned out to be a great achievement, as well.” Olegario Vázquez Raña ISSF Secretary General Franz Schreiber ISSF World Championship: Best Media Coverage Ever The 51st ISSF World Championship in all Shooting events was a communication success, said ISSF Secretary General Franz Schreiber while speaking at the closing press conference in Granada. “We have had over 100 media representatives on site during this World Championship, showing us that we’re going in the right direction,” he said. “The ISSF did a lot of work concerning the media, made significant investments. This championship is the starting point of our road to Rio: here we distributed the first Quota places, the qualification slots for the 2016 Olympic Games. That’s why we provided live TV coverage of all Olympic finals. We produced the TV footage with our ISSF TV crew, and we distributed it to international broadcasters via Eurovision satellite feed, and, in addition, we made it available to our core shooting fans via internet on our website,” commented the ISSF Secretary General. “We put a lot of effort into providing the best media coverage ever on occasion of this World Championship. Besides live TV, our communication team produced and distributed high-resolution photos, news stories and interviews.” Creating a rapport with Junior athletes was also part of the plan, Mr. Franz Schreiber said. “For the first time in the history of our World Championship, we staged separate Junior finals. We did our best to properly communicate with and engage young shooters. Dedicated video highlights of Junior competitions were produced and distributed, and we created thousands of social media interactions.” “We have had a very successful championship here in Granada,” concluded the Secretary General of the ISSF. “A number of World Records have been matched or established in Las Gabias, which proves that our athletes have prepared very well for this appointment, and that they are getting ready for the upcoming Rio Olympics in 2016. The ISSF is ready too,” Mr. Franz Schreiber concluded. “We are working to improve the media coverage of our sport, year after year.” junior shooters, and I think we might develop this concept,” said the ISSF President. “We are going to discuss this in our next meeting: we will probably be organizing separate Junior Championships in the future.” That would be another step in the direction of youth empowerment, following the example set by the International Olympic Committee with the introduction of the Youth Olympic Games. “Yes, we are collaborating very closely with the IOC and, of course, we are very avid supporters of everything the Olympic Committee does, of what President Thomas Bach does, and we strive to adapt all of those innovations to our sport immediately.” Innovation was a keyword of the presidency of Mr. Olegario Vázquez Raña. Under his leadership, electronic targets and final matches were introduced, as well as the ISSF World Cup Series, the new competition formats and eventually the new finals. “In the past, shooting was all about tradition: the competitions were conducted with paper targets, and then an official had to go and measure it with a caliper, and the final results would come out two or three hours later. But still, when the first changes were made before the Seoul Olympics, there were a lot of protests. I remember somebody told me it was impossible to make any changes because Shooting was a sport that valued tradition and it could not be subject to any modifications. So then we really took a

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WCH GRANADA / Medals / MEDAL STANDING ALL EVENTS INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM NOC G OL D SILVER BRON Z E TOTAL T he 51st ISSF World Championship in all events has been a stage for Records and also an example of the universal nature of the shooting sport. Athletes from 12 countries and from all the continents scored or matched 33 World Records or Final World Records, while shooters from 20 different nations set 123 continental Records in adult and junior events. Who was the best? Who won the most? We have already mentioned that the People’s Republic of China finished at the top of the overall medal standing – including individual and team events – with 27 medals (13 Gold, 11 Silver, 3 Bronze), followed by Germany (15 medals, 9 Gold, 4 Silver, 2 Bronze) and by the Russian Federation (20 medals, 5 Gold, 7 Silver, 8 Bronze). China stands out also when considering the Junior events only, with 17 medals (6 Gold, 5 Silver and 6 Bronze), while Finland places in second with 10 medals thanks to its Running Target team, and Germany holds the third place with 10 medals as well. The 51st ISSF World Championship in all events was the first step on the road to Rio 2016. So what happens if we put the focus on Olympic events only? The chart changes drastically, as the Republic of Korea moves to the top of the table with 5 medals (4 Gold and 1 Silver), defeating the People’s Republic of China, which ends up in second place with an higher total (6 medals), but with a different medal tally (3 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze). Germany is still in third place, with 2 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze, showing once again its strength in Olympic shooting events. Looking at the Junior Olympic events, it’s time for the Russian Federation to celebrate a first place with 7 medals (3 Gold, 2 Silver, 2 Bronze). Germany (6 medals) and Italy (5 medals) complete the virtual podium of the most awarded nations in these Junior events. CHN 19 16 9 GER 15 6 4 RUS 9 13 18 ITA 9 8 1 FRA 7 8 6 USA 6 5 6 FIN 6 4 1 KOR 4 5 5 NOR 4 2 3 POL 4 1 SWE 3 6 1 SUI 2 6 3 UKR 2 3 4 TUR 2 1 2 HUN 2 5 GBR 1 3 3 AUS 1 1 1 SVK 1 1 1 MGL 1 1 SRB 1 2 LAT 1 1 DEN 1 IRL 1 CZE 2 5 ARM 2 3 BLR 1 4 ESP 1 1 IND 1 1 CRO 1 CYP 1 IRI 1 KUW 1 POR 1 QAT 1 EST 2 PRK 2 AUT 1 BRA 1 BUL 1 EGY 1 GRE 1 RSA 1 TPE 1 TOTAL 102 102 102 44 25 40 18 21 17 11 14 9 5 10 11 9 5 7 7 3 3 2 3 2 1 1 7 5 5 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 306 2014 GRANADA - PARTICIPATION - MEDALS – QUOTA by Continents Number of CONTINENT Participants Number of Men Women Men Nations Junior Women Number of Nations Number of Number of Junior Medals won Medals Quota Places 1133 533 236 54 EUROPE ASIA AMERICA AFRICA 45 21 18 5 3 92 451 232 112 32 17 844 260 153 58 17 8 496 249 85 38 3 5 380 175 63 28 2 2 270 29 9 2 2 1 43 215 68 18 2 3 306 40 19 2 1 2 64 5/2014 ISSF NEWS 32 OCEANIA 1988 TOTAL 27

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WCH GRANADA / Medals / MEDAL STANDING PISTOL EVENTS SENIOR and JUNIOR NO C Indiv idua l TEA M TOTAL MEDAL STANDING RIFLE EVENTS SENIOR and JUNIOR NOC Individua l TEA M TOTA L CHN KOR FRA UKR GER TUR USA RUS MGL LAT POL SRB ITA CZE IND POR SUI HUN PRK BRA BUL GRE TPE G 2 4 2 1 2 2 1 S 1 2 2 1 1 2 3 1 1 14 B 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 14 G 7 2 1 1 1 1 1 14 S 3 3 2 3 1 1 1 14 B 2 3 1 5 1 1 1 14 G 9 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 28 S 4 5 2 2 1 1 5 1 3 1 1 1 1 28 B TOTAL 5 18 4 13 4 4 1 4 1 4 2 6 12 2 1 2 1 1 3 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 28 84 GER CHN FRA NOR SUI RUS SWE ITA POL AUS DEN BLR USA ARM CRO IRI EST SRB AUT KOR RSA UKR G 5 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 S 2 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 17 B 3 2 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 17 G 6 3 2 3 1 1 1 17 S 2 4 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 17 B 2 3 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 17 G 11 6 5 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 34 S 4 7 5 2 5 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 34 B TOTAL 3 18 2 15 3 13 3 9 3 10 4 8 3 2 1 2 1 1 4 5 3 4 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 34 102 TOTAL 17 TOTAL 14 MEDAL STANDING SHOTGUN EVENTS SENIOR and JUNIOR NO C Indiv idua l TEA M TOTAL MEDAL STANDING RUNNING TARGET EVENTS SENIOR and JUNIOR NOC Individua l TEA M TOTA L ITA USA RUS GER GBR SVK IRL CZE CHN AUS ESP FRA CYP KUW EGY TUR G 2 3 2 1 1 1 S 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 10 B 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 10 G 6 1 1 1 1 10 S 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 10 B 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 10 G 8 4 3 2 1 1 1 20 S 4 4 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 20 B TOTAL 1 13 3 11 2 5 3 3 7 1 3 1 3 4 2 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 20 60 FIN RUS CHN SWE HUN POL ARM UKR QAT FRA CZE G 4 1 2 1 2 2 S 3 2 4 1 1 1 12 B 1 6 1 1 1 2 12 G 2 3 2 1 8 S 1 5 2 8 B 1 2 2 2 1 8 G 6 4 4 2 2 2 20 S 4 5 4 4 1 1 1 20 B TOTAL 1 11 6 15 8 1 7 3 5 2 3 4 3 4 1 2 2 1 1 20 60 TOTAL 12 TOTAL 10 28 ISSF NEWS 5/2014

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WCH GRANADA / Records / ISSF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP ALL EVENTS 2014 GRANADA Records NEW WORLD RECORDS 300m Standard R if le Men 587 BREKNE Odd Arne (NOR) 587 BUERGE Marcel (SUI) 589 GRAFF Cyril (FRA) 50m R if le Pro ne Men 632.3 KAMENSKIY Sergey (RUS) 10m Air R ifl e Men Team 1886.5 YANG Haoran, LIU Tianyou, CAO Yifei (CHN) 50m Pistol Men 583 JIN Jongoh (KOR) 300m R ifle 3 P osi tio ns W o men Team 1717 KOWALCZYK Karolina, BOGACKA Sylwia, WRONSKA Paula (POL) 50m R if le 3 P o si ti o ns W o men Team 1750 GAUSS Beate, ENGLEDER Barbara, ROESKEN Eva (GER) 50m R ifle Pro ne Wo men 628.5 GAUSS Beate (GER) 50m R ifle Pro ne Wo men Team 1869.6 GAUSS Beate, ENGLEDER Barbara, STRAUB Isabella (GER) EQUALED WORLD RECORDS Double Trap Men Team 424 BARILLA Antonino, DI SPIGNO Daniele, GASPARINI Davide (ITA) Trap Women Team 214 QUOOSS Katrin, BECKMANN Jana, GOEHRING Christiane (GER) S keet Wom en 74 SHAKIROVA Albina (RUS) NEW WORLD RECORDS JUNIOR 50m R if le Pro ne Men Ju ni or 629.3 KAULICH Christoph (GER) 50m R if le Prone Men Ju nio r Tea m 1856.6 KAULICH Christoph, LINK Andre, NITTEL Mario (GER) 10m A ir R ifle Men Ju nior 632.1 YANG Haoran (CHN) 10m A ir R ifle Men Ju nior Tea m 1869.6 BUFFARD Lorenzo, RAYNAUD Alexis, BAUDOUIN Brian (FRA) 25m R a pid F ire Pistol Men Ju nio r Tea m 1719 ZHANG Tianshuai, WANG Xinyu, CAO Heyuan (CHN) 50m R if le Prone Women Ju nio r 617 .3 LUNINA Yelizaveta (KAZ) 624.2 NIEWADA Ines (FRA) 50m R if le Prone Wom en Ju ni o r Tea m 1855.5 VATNE Jenny, BUSK Sina Oleane, HANSEN Karoline (NOR) 10m A ir R if le Wom en Ju nio r Tea m 1246.5 GSCHWANDTNER Selina, KREUTZER Nina Laura, BAENISCH Charleen (GER) Tra p Wom en Ju nior Tea m 211 MARZO Lisa Nicole, RAFFAELLI Valeria, IEZZI Alessia (ITA) Skeet Wom en Juni or Tea m 204 VIZZI Dania Jo, CARSON Sydney, HOUSTON Hannah Nicole (USA) EQUALED WORLD RECORDS JUNIOR 50m R if le 3 P osit ions Wom en Ju ni or 587 MAZUROVA Nikola (CZE) NEW FINALS WORLD RECORDS JUNIOR 50m R if le 3 Posi t ions Men Ju ni or 456.1 LINK Andre (GER) 50m R if le Prone Men Ju nior 207 .6 KAULICH Christoph (GER) 207 .6 RAYNAUD Alexis (FRA) 50m Pistol Men Ju ni or 193.6 POCHEPKO Andrey (RUS) 25m R a pid F ire Men Ju ni or 28 QUIQUAMPOIX Jean (FRA) 50m R if le 3 Posi ti ons Wom en Ju ni o r 455.8 PEI Ruijiao (CHN) The 50m Pistol Men World Record was beaten after 34 years by Jin Jongoh (KOR) 5/2014 ISSF NEWS 29

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WCH GRANADA / MULTI MedalISTS / L et’s say that these medal standings by nations did not surprise the experts, as the strongest countries finished on top. But what about individuals? Who were the heroes of the 51st ISSF World Championship in Granada? Well, the most-successfulathlete title is probably to be shared by two shooters: Running Target champion Dmitry Romanov (RUS) – the most awarded shooter of the World Championship, who won 7 medals (3 Gold, 1 Silver, 3 Bronze), and Norwegian rifle shooter Ole Kristian Bryhn, who finished at the top of the table with 3 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze, being the only non-Running-target shooter among the Top 3. Turkish pistol expert Yusuf Dikec won the highest number of individual medals (team medals don’t count in this chart), as he collected two Gold and 1 Silver in the 10m Air Pistol, Center Fire Pistol and Standard Pistol events. He was followed by 50m Running Target star, Poland’s Lukasz Czapla and by Korea’s Pistol master Jin Jongoh, with two Gold medals each. Among the female shooters, Germany’s Rifle master Beate Gauss earned four medals (two individual, two team medals) confirming once again to be one of the “women to beat” on the road to Rio 2016. But what about indi- Seven medals for Dmitry Romanov (RUS), followed by Ole Kristian Bryhn (NOR) with 6 medals vidual medal winners? The crown once goes again goes to Gauss, who obtained two Gold medals and placed ahead of her teammate Eva Roesken, who earned one Gold and one Silver. Speaking about the Juniors, Finland’s Heikki Lahdekorpi turned out to be most successful shooter of Granada as a result of the four Gold medals won in individual and team Running Target Junior events. A Pistol shooter from the People’s Republic of China, Lin Yuemei, joined him at the top of the charts with 4 medals won in Junior female events (2 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze), while another Running Target shooter – Hungary’s Veronika Major – was the most titled individual junior female shooter (2 individual Gold). Marco Dalla Dea Multi-Medalists MEN individual / team TOP 9 R ank N AM E N OC G S B Tota l Disci pline Ev ent 1 BRYHN Ole Kristian NOR 3 2 1 6 Rifle 2 ROMANOV Dmitry RUS 3 1 3 7 Running Target 3 STEPANOV Maxim RUS 3 1 4 Running Target 4 MARTINSSON Emil SWE 2 2 1 5 Running Target 5 JIN Jongoh KOR 2 2 4 Pistol 6 DIKEC Yusuf TUR 2 1 1 4 Pistol 7 PETRIV Oleksandr UKR 2 1 3 Pistol 8 BREKNE Odd Arne NOR 2 2 4 Rifle 9 PANG Wei CHN 2 1 3 Pistol 300FR3X40; 300FR60PR; 300STR3X20; FR3X40 10RT; 10RTMIX; 50RT; 50RTMIX 10RT; 10RTMIX; 50RT; 50RTMIX 10RT; 10RTMIX; 50RT; 50RTMIX AP60; FP AP60; CFP; STP CFP; STP 300FR3X40; 300FR60PR; 300STR3X20 AP60; FP Multi-Medalists MEN individual TOP 9 R ank N AM E N OC G S B Tota l Disci pline Ev ent 1 DIKEC Yusuf TUR 2 1 2 CZAPLA Lukasz POL 2 JIN Jongoh KOR 2 4 MARTINSSON Emil SWE 1 2 5 BRYHN Ole Kristian NOR 1 1 GRAFF Cyril FRA 1 1 ZHAI Yujia CHN 1 1 8 ROMANOV Dmitry RUS 3 9 BUBNOVICH Vitali BLR 2 3 Pistol 2 Running Target 2 Pistol 3 Running Target 2 Rifle 2 Rifle 2 Running Target 3 Running Target 2 Rifle AP60; CFP; STP 50RT; 50RTMIX AP60; FP 10RT; 10RTMIX; 50RTMIX 300FR3X40; 300STR3X20 300FR3X40; 300STR3X20 10RT; 10RTMIX 10RT; 10RTMIX; 50RT AR60; FR3X40 30 ISSF NEWS 5/2014

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WCH GRANADA Multi-Medalists WOMEN individual / team TOP 12 R ank N AM E N OC G S B Tota l Disci pline Ev ent 1 GAUSS Beate GER 2 ENGLEDER Barbara GER SU Li CHN 4 ROESKEN Eva GER 5 YANG Zeng CHN 6 LI Xue Yan CHN QUOOSS Katrin GER ZHANG Jingjing CHN 9 EYDENZON Julia RUS 10 AHLIN Elin SWE ALLEN Elena GBR 12 DROZD Brandy N USA PFEILSCHIFTER Sonja GER 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 Rifle STR3X20; STR60PR 3 Rifle AR40; STR3X20; STR60PR 3 Running Target 10RT20; 10RT20MIX 4 Rifle 300R3X20; 300R60PR; STR3X20 3 Running Target 10RT20; 10RT20MIX 2 Running Target 10RT20; 10RT20MIX 2 Shotgun TR75 2 Pistol SP 3 Running Target 10RT20; 10RT20MIX 2 Rifle 300R3X20; 300R60PR 2 Shotgun SK75 2 Shotgun SK75 2 Rifle AR40 Multi-Medalists WOMEN individual R ank N AM E N OC G S B Tota l Disci pline Ev ent 1 2 GAUSS Beate ROESKEN Eva GER GER 2 1 1 2 2 Rifle Rifle STR3X20; STR60PR 300R3X20; 300R60PR Multi-Medalists MEN JUNIOR individual / team TOP 7 R ank N AM E N OC G S B Tota l Disci pline Ev ent 1 LAHDEKORPI Heikki 2 KINISJARVI Mika 3 SUORANTA Jani 4 RAYNAUD Alexis 5 BAUDOUIN Brian LINK Andre 7 CAO Heyuan WANG Xinyu ZHANG Tianshuai FIN FIN FIN FRA FRA GER CHN CHN CHN 4 1 3 2 3 1 2 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 5 Running Target 5 Running Target 4 Running Target 5 Rifle 3 Rifle 3 Rifle 3 Pistol 3 Pistol 3 Pistol 10RT; 10RTMIX; 50RT; 50RTMIX 10RT; 10RTMIX; 50RT; 50RTMIX 10RT; 10RTMIX AR60; FR3X40; FR60PR AR60; FR3X40; FR60PR FR3X40; FR60PR RFP; SPM; STP RFP; SPM; STP RFP; SPM; STP Multi-Medalists WOMEN JUNIOR individual / team TOP 9 R ank N AM E N OC G S B Tota l Disci pline Ev ent 1 LIN Yuemei CHN 2 GSCHWANDTNER Selina GER 3 KREUTZER Nina Laura GER MAJOR Veronika HUN VIZZI Dania Jo USA 6 PEI Ruijiao CHN 7 LAMOLLE Mathilde FRA RAFFAELLI Valeria ITA 9 CAO Lijia CHN HORNUNG Sarah SUI TUGOLUKOVA Yulia RUS 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 Pistol AP40; SP 4 Rifle AR40; STR3X20 2 Rifle AR40; STR3X20 2 Running Target 10RT20; 10RT20MIX 2 Shotgun SK75 4 Rifle STR3X20; STR60PR 2 Pistol SP 2 Shotgun TR75 2 Pistol AP40; SP 2 Rifle AR40 2 Shotgun TR75 5/2014 ISSF NEWS 31

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WCH GRANADA THANKS AND APPRECIATION 32 ISSF NEWS 5/2014

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WCH GRANADA 5/2014 ISSF NEWS 33

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WCH GRANADA THANKS AND APPRECIATION Press Conference 34 ISSF NEWS 5/2014

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WCH GRANADA ORGANIZING COMMITTTEE 5/2014 ISSF NEWS 35

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WCH GRANADA THANKS AND APPRECIATION Judges and Referees 36 ISSF NEWS 5/2014

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