2018 ISSF World Cup Series Comes To An End In Tucson

USA claimed a gold and a bronze medal at today’s Trap Mixed Team final – the last match of the 2018 ISSF World Cup Shotgun in Tucson, Arizona, USA – finishing atop of the overall medal standing of the word cup stage with 2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze out of five events. Team…

ISSF World Cup: Rhode Claims Skeet Gold In Tucson

USA’s 6-time Olympic medalist Kimberly Rhode won today’s Skeet Women Final, the opening match of the ISSF World Cup in Tucson, Arizona. The 38-year old athletes shot neck and neck with her teammate Caitling Connor right to the last target and beyond, in order to secure the brightest medal. The two US finalists tied after…

ISSF Rules Changes For 2018-2020 Approved

The changes will be effective starting on January 1st, 2018. The complete ISSF Official Statutes, Rules and Regulations is available for download on the ISSF website. The ISSF Administrative Council has just approved rules changes that will go into effect on January 1st, 2018. A new Second Print 01/2018 version of the ISSF Official Statutes,…

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…