2008 World Running Target Championships

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The 2008 World Running Target Championships were separate ISSF World Shooting Championships held in Plzeň, the Czech Republic, in October 2008 as a replacement for the lost Olympic status of 10 metre running target. Apart from this event, competitions were also held in 10 metre running target mixed, 50 metre running target and 50 metre running target mixed. The men's and women's regular 10 metre competitions featured the new semifinal and final stages known as medal matches.

Most of the top European shooters, which constitute the majority of the worldwide elite in running target, were present. No shooters from the most successful non-European nation, China, were competing.[1] Russia and Ukraine dominated, winning 19 medals each.

Schedule[edit]

Date Men Junior men Women Junior women
Monday, October 20 10 m RT mixed 10 m RT mixed 10 m RT mixed 10 m RT mixed
Tuesday, October 21 10 m RT (slow runs) 10 m RT 10 m RT (slow runs) 10 m RT
Wednesday, October 22 10 m RT (fast runs + medal match) 10 m RT (fast runs + medal match)
Thursday, October 23 50 m RT mixed 50 m RT mixed
Friday, October 24 50 m RT (slow runs) 50 m RT (slow runs)
Saturday, October 25 50 m RT (fast runs) 50 m RT (fast runs)

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 6 8 5 19
2  Ukraine 5 7 7 19
3  Czech Republic 4 3 3 10
4  Hungary 3 1 4 8
5  Finland 2 1 0 3
6  Sweden 1 0 2 3
7  Poland 1 0 0 1
8  Germany 0 1 1 2
9  Slovakia 0 1 0 1
22 22 22 66

Results[edit]

Individual Teams Juniors Junior teams
Men's 50 metre running target
1  Krister Holmberg (FIN) 593 1  Czech Republic 1763 1  Mikhail Azarenko (RUS) 590 1  Czech Republic 1745
2  Maxim Stepanov (RUS) 592+20 2  Russia 1759 2  Igor Matskevych (UKR) 586 2  Ukraine 1742
3  Miroslav Januš (CZE) 592+19 3  Ukraine 1758 3  Aleksiy Vylyvanyy (UKR) 585 3  Russia 1732
Men's 50 metre running target mixed
1  Aleksandr Blinov (RUS) 393+19 1  Czech Republic 1169 1  Josef Nikl (CZE) 389+20 1  Finland 1147
2  Peter Pelach (SVK) 393+17 2  Russia 1164 2  László Boros (HUN) 389+16 2  Ukraine 1143
3  Alexander Zinenko (UKR) 391 3  Sweden 1160 3  Mikhail Azarenko (RUS) 387 3  Russia 1140
Men's 10 metre running target
1  Emil Andersson (SWE) Details
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1  Ukraine 1726 1  László Boros (HUN) 572 1  Russia 1698
2  Miroslav Januš (CZE) 2  Czech Republic 1714 2  Aleksey Bratchikov (RUS) 570 2  Czech Republic 1670
3  Vladyslav Prianishnikov (UKR) 3  Russia 1711 3  Mikhail Azarenko (RUS) 568 3  Hungary 1662
Men's 10 metre running target mixed
1  Łukasz Czapla (POL) 383+18 1  Russia 1137 1  Mikhail Azarenko (RUS) 382 1  Russia 1109
2  Krister Holmberg (FIN) 383+16 2  Ukraine 1127 2  Aleksey Bratchikov (RUS) 378 2  Germany 1102
3  Emil Andersson (SWE) 382 3  Hungary 1125 3  Frantisek Losos (CZE) 374 3  Czech Republic 1091
Women's 10 metre running target
1  Galina Avramenko (UKR) Details
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No team championship 1  Bianka Keczeli (HUN) 371 1  Ukraine 1080
2  Julia Eydenzon (RUS) 2  Anastasiya Savelyeva (UKR) 368+20 2  Russia 1052
3  Elena Neff (GER) 3  Valentyna Honcharova (UKR) 368+18 3  Hungary 991
Women's 10 metre running target mixed
1  Galina Avramenko (UKR) 381 No team championship 1  Bianka Keczeli (HUN) 374 1  Ukraine 1093
2  Viktoriya Zabolotna (UKR) 376 2  Anastasiya Savelyeva (UKR) 368 2  Russia 1048
3  Kateryna Samohina (UKR) 373 3  Valentyna Honcharova (UKR) 366 3  Hungary 964

Men's medal match[edit]

Semifinals Final
 (585)  Vladyslav Prianishnikov (UKR)  3  
 (577)  Emil Andersson (SWE)  6  
 
      Emil Andersson (SWE)  6
    Miroslav Januš (CZE)  1
Bronze match
 (579)  Miroslav Januš (CZE)  6   Vladyslav Prianishnikov (UKR)  6
 (578)  Niklas Bergström (SWE)  5     Niklas Bergström (SWE)  5

Women's medal match[edit]

Semifinals Final
 (382)  Galina Avramenko (UKR)  6  
 (368)  Elena Neff (GER)  3  
 
      Galina Avramenko (UKR)  6
    Julia Eydenzon (RUS)  2
Bronze match
 (377)  Julia Eydenzon (RUS)  6   Elena Neff (GER)  6
 (370)  Daniela Faust (GER)  5     Daniela Faust (GER)  2

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cramner, Bengt (October 20, 2008). "Niklas snuddande nära medalj". Nya Wermlands-Tidningen. Retrieved October 21, 2008.