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Shooting ISSF World Cup 2019

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So looking at the WC entrys Pakistan only send 2 men at 25 rapid fire pistol. 

Why cancel the whole Wold Cup quotas? Probably some of the athletes spended a lot of money to get to India, not a cheap travel to make...

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Great job India.

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So it looks like the decision is not yet final. The final decision will be made in about 5 hours from now. I imagine this was to pressure India to give the Pakistan shooters their visas. With the RFP event held on Tuesday it's still possible to get everything settled and not have the athletes too impacted.

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They are reporting it as if it was oficial

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However, Singh said that there have been no confirmation on whether the World Cup will lose all 16 Olympic qualification berths. The ISSF and IOA, Singh said, were in discussion to come to a definite conclusion.

https://www.firstpost.com/sports/issf-shooting-world-cup-2019-event-may-lose-olympic-quotas-after-pakistani-athletes-denied-visas-in-wake-of-pulwama-attack-6130681.html

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Stupid decision. Pakistan is not even good at the sport. A lot of countries spent money getting there for no reason now.

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2 minutes ago, intoronto said:

Stupid decision. Pakistan is not even good at the sport. A lot of countries spent money getting there for no reason now.

 

It doesn't matter how good they are. No one should be excluded for such reasons.


And, by the way, :PAK Bashir was one place away from the 25m RFP final at the last year's Worlds.

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4 minutes ago, intoronto said:

Stupid decision. Pakistan is not even good at the sport. A lot of countries spent money getting there for no reason now.

 

To be fair Pakistan only wanted the Rapid Fire Pistol quotas to be reallocated and their athlete does have a decent chance at qualifying, though more likely at a later World Cup event.

 

Still there should be zero tolerance for not allowing a member nation to compete.

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Only the quotas for the men's 25m rapid fire pistol will be reallocated. All other quotas will go on as scheduled

 

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Here are the top 5 athletes by individual qualification score (IQS) who are also still eligible at winning a quota for their nation in the seven events. I know IQS isn't the best system as some athletes from nations with depth tend to not have them, but it's still interesting to see who is among the favourites.

 

Men's 10m Air Rifle

1. :IND Deepak Kumar - 630.1

2. :KOR Nam Tae-yun - 628.2

3. :IRI Mahyar Sedaghat - 628.0

4. :ROU Alin Moldoveanu - 627.9

5. :HUN Peter Sidi - 627.8

 

Men's 50m Rifle 3 Positions

1. :HUN Istvan Peni - 1186

2. :AUT Bernhard Pickl - 1182

3. :BLR Vitali Bubnovich - 1180

4. :KAZ Yuriy Yurkov - 1179

4. :UKR Serhiy Kulish - 1179

 

Men's 10m Air Pistol

1. :IND Chaudhary Saurabh - 586

2. :IND Abhishek Verma - 583

3. :AZE Ruslan Lunev - 582

3. :VIE Tran Quoc Cuong - 582

5. :JPN Tomoyuki Matsuda - 581

 

Women's 10m Air Rifle

1. :CHN Zhao Ruozhu - 631.9

2. :TPE Lin Ying-Shin - 629.0

3. :IRI Armina Sadeghian - 627.1

4. :ITA Petra Zublasing - 627.0

5. :MGL Gankhuyag Nandinzaya - 626.6

5. :ROU Laura-Georgeta Coman - 626.6

 

Women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions

1. :SUI Nina Christen - 1178

2. :NOR Katrine Lund - 1177

3. :AUT Franziska Peer - 1176

4. :MGL Gankhuyag Nandinzaya - 1175

5. :DEN Rikke Ibsen - 1174

 

Women's 10m Air Pistol

1. :CHN Jiang Ranxin - 583

2. :KOR Kim Min-jung - 581

3. :POL Klaudia Bres - 580

4. :IND Manu Bhaker - 579

5. :JPN Yukari Konishi - 577

 

Women's 25m Pistol

1. :IND Manu Bhaker - 593

2. :GER Monika Karsch - 586

3. :KOR Kim Min-jung - 585

3. :THA Naphaswan Yangpaiboon - 585

5. :QAT Aldana Al-Mubarak - 584

5. :SGP Teh Xiu Hong - 584

5. :THA Tanyaporn Prucksakorn - 584

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