ISSF World Cup Final in New Delhi closes on a high…

ISSF World Cup Final in New Delhi closes on a high note, as Spain’s Fernandez sets a new Trap Men record The last competition of the 2017 ISSF Season folded at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range: Italy claimed the top position on the final medal table, followed by the People’s Republic of China and…

USA Rule Both Skeet Women Events At ISSF World Championship Moscow

Dania Jo Vizzi is the third United States’ shooter to claim the women’s Skeet world title after Brandy Drodz in 2014 and Morgan Craft in 2015. While the junior event saw Katharina Monika Jacob, Austen Jewell Smith and Samantha Simonton sweep the whole podium. Less than three weeks later after they all qualified for the…

Russia’s Fokeev Claims Double Trap Shooting World Title

43-year old Vitaly Fokeev of the Russian Federation claimed the men’s Double Trap world title on his home turf, today, at the 2017 ISSF Shotgun World Championship in Moscow Region. The four-time Olympian came back atop of the ISSF Wolrd Championship podium 11 years after winning the 2006’s edition in Zagreb, Croatia. Fokeev, supported by…

ISSF Shotgun World Championship Kicks-Off In Moscow

640 athletes will compete in 22 medal events from this morning until the 10th of September…. The 2017 ISSF Shotgun World Championship officially kicked-off at the Fox Lodge shooting range, Moscow Region, Russia, where the championship will run from today right to the 10th of September. 640 athletes from 76 nations will compete there in…

ISSF EGA approves Tokyo 2020 Programme…

The International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Extraordinary General Assembly (EGA) today approved the Tokyo 2020 Shooting Sport Olympic program, and the creation of an open and consultative forum comprising athletes, coaches and representatives from Member Federations to review the shooting events for the 2024 Olympic Games and beyond. The EGA had been called to discuss…

ISSF: “Olympic Programme reforms best for shooting’s long-term future”

Member Federations arrive in Munich ahead of EGA to discuss reforms… Ahead of tomorrow’s Extraordinary General Assembly (EGA), International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) President Olegario Vázquez Raña today expressed his firm belief that changes to shooting’s events on the Olympic programme are not just necessary, but essential for the long-term future of the sport. The…

ISSF to Discuss Olympic Changes with Shooting Industry

The International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) has invited key stakeholders from the shooting industry to attend a summit in Munich on 5 June, to further explain and discuss the ISSF’s proposed innovative amendments to the Olympic Program. In recent editions of the Olympic Games, shooting has presented medal opportunities in nine men’s events, but only…