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phelps

Shooting ISSF Shotgun World Championships 2017

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Quasit    53
9 minutes ago, phelps said:

I was quite skeptical about it...now I know...this mixed events are unwatchable...basically, it's a farce...

thanks IOC for killing another sport with this **** :facepalm::wall::redcard:

 

I didn't watch it, how does it work?

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phelps    90
16 hours ago, Quasit said:

 

I didn't watch it, how does it work?

 

well, first all shooters have to shoot 2*25 (50) shots in the qualifying round...

then the guy and the girl's scores are added together and this is the final score for each team (pair)...

top 6 pairs go through to the semifinal stage, where there are 2 groups with 3 pairs each...

they have to shoot once again 25 targets (both the guy and the girl) and the addition of their scores makes the final result for the team...

winners from each group advance to the gold medal match, 2nd pair in each group go to the bronze medal match...

medal matches are again a long 25+25 shots series for both teams...the highest combined score (man + woman) is the eventual winner of the match...

as you can see, the procedure is very long and sometimes also very boring...

in my opinion, to make it a bit more exciting they should buil a direct match ups draw with the top 8 teams instead of that senseless semifinal stage and, bove all, shorten up the medal match ups...

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Quasit    53
15 minutes ago, phelps said:

 

well, first all shooters have to shoot 2*25 (50) shots in the qualifying round...

then the guy and the girl's scores are added together and this is the final score for each team (pair)...

top 6 pairs go through to the semifinal stage, where there are 2 groups with 3 pairs each...

they have to shoot once again 25 targets (both the guy and the girl) and the addition of their scores makes the final result for the team...

winners from each group advance to the gold medal match, 2nd pair in each group go to the bronze medal match...

medal matches are again a long 25+25 shots series for both teams...the highest combined score (man + woman) is the eventual winner of the match...

as you can see, the procedure is very long and sometimes also very boring...

in my opinion, to make it a bit more exciting they should buil a direct match ups draw with the top 8 teams instead of that senseless semifinal stage and, bove all, shorten up the medal match ups...

 

I see, thanks.

Sounds about right for the qualification stage but I agree, another 2x25 series for semifinals and medal matches is too much.

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phelps    90

Shotgun World Championships 2017

Men's Junior Double Trap, Final Results

Gold: DEDMAN James (GBR)

Silver: RIZVI Ahvar (IND) 
Bronze: QI Ying (CHN)
4th: ILES-CREVATIN Mitchell (AUS)

5th: YUKHIMENKO Viacheslav (RUS)
6th: VIHAN Shardul (IND)

 

Team Event:

 

Gold: INDIA

Silver: ITALY
Bronze: CHINA

Men's Senior Double Trap, Final Results

Gold: FOKEEV Vitaly (RUS)
Silver: MITTAL Ankur (IND)
Bronze: HU Binyuan (CHN)

4th: FRENCH Matthew (GBR)

5th: BARILLA' Antonino (ITA)
6th: DI SPIGNO Daniele (ITA)

 

Team Event:

 

Gold: ITALY

Silver: CHINA
Bronze: RUSSIA

 

 

Not a great day for Italy, missing out on medals in both the individual events (actually, not even making the final among the juniors)...

 

moreover, the sad day for us was completed when, at the end of today's competition, Daniele Di Spigno ("only" 42 years old, but twice world champion, current world record holder over 200 targets with unmatchable 194, 10 world cup stages and 2 world cup finals wins, 8 times European champion - and only counting his senior individual achievements) announced his retirement because of lack of motivation after IOC and ISSF dismissed the Double Trap event from the next Olympic Games...

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Gianlu33    299
1 hour ago, Prashanth said:

Proud for India since Ahvar is only 14 year old....

Sadly IOC decided to destroyed his career and his sport dream :( It's a crime remove the double trap from Olympics..

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phelps    90

Shotgun World Championships 2017

Women's Junior Skeet, Final Results

Gold: JACOB Katharina Monika (USA)

Silver: SMITH Austen Jewell (USA) 
Bronze: SIMONTON Samantha (USA)
4th: JONES Aislin (AUS)

5th: HOCKOVA Vanesa (SVK)
6th: ADAMKOVA Hana (CZE)

 

Team Event:

 

Gold: UNITED STATES

Silver: CZECH REPUBLIC
Bronze: GERMANY

Women's Senior Skeet, Final Results

Gold: VIZZI Jo Dania (USA)
Silver: SHAKIROVA Albina (RUS)
Bronze: ELEFTHERIOU Andri (CYP)

4th: RHODE Kimberly (USA)

5th: BACOSI Diana (ITA)
6th: SHI Hong Yan (CHN)

 

Team Event:

 

Gold: UNITED STATES

Silver: ITALY
Bronze: RUSSIA

 

 

Awful day for Italy in Russia...

after dominateing the Olympic Games last year, our skeet girls couldn't get even close to those results...and the best placing at the end was the 5th rank earned by the Olympic Champion Diana Bacosi...

and among the juniors it was a real disaster...no team medal, no individual finalists...

let's hope that the guys tomorrow can get a sweet revenge...

 

p.s. by the way, after a full week of competitions, the tv producers still haven't learned anything about shooting...they just can't do their job properly...all the finals are almost unwatchable...:facepalm::wall:

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hckosice    695

Dana Barteková finished tied 3rd with 5 other shooters in the qualification but experienced a disastrous shoot-off with only 1 hit and finished 8th, well, not bad, but the time of her last prestigious podium start to be really quite long ago

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phelps    90

Shotgun World Championships 2017

Men's Junior Skeet, shooters qualified to the Final

VASILIOU Nicolas (CYP)

SDRUCCIOLI Elia (ITA) 
SHARAPOV Mikhail (RUS)
MUKHAMEDIYEV Alexandr (KAZ)

 

At the Shoot-Off for the last 2 Spots:

 

PETERSEN Emil Kjelgaard (DEN)
MADENCIOGLU Kemal (TUR)

LANG Jaroslav (CZE)

 

Team Event:

 

Gold: ITALY

Silver: TURKEY
Bronze: UNITED STATES

Men's Senior Skeet, shooters qualified to the Final

ROSSETTI Gabriele (ITA)
TEPLYY Nikolay (RUS)
NILSSON Stefan (SWE)

HAAGA Vincent (GER)

ACHILLEOS Georgios (CYP)
ZEMLIN Alexander (RUS)

 

Team Event:

 

Gold: ITALY

Silver: RUSSIA
Bronze: CZECH REPUBLIC

 

 

Well, today it looks a better day for Italy...:d

let's hope that the 2 events that really matter (the Individual ones) go as they should...:lol::whistle:

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phelps    90

Shotgun World Championships 2017

Men's Junior Skeet, Final Results

Gold: PETERSEN Emil Kjelgaard (DEN)

Silver: SDRUCCIOLI Elia (ITA)

Bronze: VASILIOU Nicolas (CYP)
4th: SHARAPOV Mikhail (RUS)

5th: LANG Jaroslav (CZE)
6th: MUKHAMEDIYEV Alexandr (KAZ)

Men's Senior Skeet, Final Results

Gold: ROSSETTI Gabriele (ITA)

Silver: HAAGA Vincent (GER)

Bronze: ACHILLEOS Georgios (CYP)
4th: NILSSON Stefan (SWE)

5th: ZEMLIN Alexander (RUS)

6th: TEPLYY Nikolay (RUS)

 

 

well...in the end, it's been a better day for Italy...:lol::champion:

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