25 metre standard pistol

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25 metre standard pistol
Men
Number of shots: 3x20
World Championships: Since 1970
Abbreviation: STP

25 metre standard pistol is one of the ISSF shooting events, introduced at the ISSF World Shooting Championships in 1970. It has its roots in the NRA conventional pistol competitions.

The standard pistol match is shot with a regular sport pistol (also called a standard pistol) in caliber .22 LR. As with all ISSF pistol disciplines, all firing must be done with one hand, unsupported.

The 60-shot match is divided into 5-shot strings with different timings:

  • 4 strings within 150 seconds each - competitor can begin the series in any fashion he/she chooses.
  • 4 strings within 20 seconds each - competitor must begin each strings with pistol in one outstretched arm from the 45-degree angle starting position.
  • 4 strings within 10 seconds each - competitor must begin each string with pistol in one outstretched arm from the 45-degree angle starting position.

Just like 25 metre center-fire pistol, standard pistol is a non-Olympic event and so gains little attention. It is one of the few events where targets did not change in 1989, so no resetting of records has been made. As a result, many records are rather old.

World Championships, Men[edit]

This event was held in 1970-2006.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1970 United States Phoenix  Renart Suleimanov (URS)  Hynek Hromada (TCH)  William McMillan (USA)
1974 Switzerland Thun  Victor Torshin (URS)  Bonnie Harmon (USA)  Valeri Margasov (URS)
1978 South Korea Seoul  Ragnar Skanåker (SWE)  Seppo Saarenpaeae (FIN)  Hannu Paavola (FIN)
1982 Venezuela Caracas  Vladas Turla (URS)  Alexsander Melentiev (URS)  Aldo Andreotti (ITA)
1986 East Germany Suhl  Afanasij Kuzmin (URS)  Hermann Sailer (AUT)  Igor Basinski (URS)
1990 Soviet Union Moscow  Miroslav Ignatiuk (URS)  Finn Damkjaer (DEN)  Anton Kuechler (SUI)
1994 Italy Milan  Sang Hak Lee (KOR)  Hansrudolf Schneider (SUI)  Seppo Makinen (FIN)
1998 Spain Barcelona  Mikhail Nestruev (RUS)  Paal Hembre (NOR)  Yongde Jin (CHN)
2002 Finland Lahti  Rene Vogn (DEN)  Alexander Danilov (ISR)  Giovanni Bossi (AUT)
2006 Croatia Zagreb  Guohui Liu (CHN)  Jong Su Kim (PRK)  Jakkrit Panichpatikum (THA)
2010 Germany Munich  Seong Hwan Hong (KOR)  Yongde Jin (CHN)  Julio Almeida (BRA)
2014 Spain Granada  Yusuf Dikec (TUR)  Joao Costa (POR)  Christian Reitz (GER)

World Championships, Men Junior[edit]

This event was held in 1994-Present.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1994 Italy Milan  Jaspal Rana (IND)  Ricardo Yuston (ARG)  Joseph Gonzalez (USA)
1998 Spain Barcelona  Manuel Jun Guevara (VEN)  Gregory Fouet (FRA)  Rinat Ishbaev (RUS)
2002 Finland Lahti  Denis Koulakov (RUS)  Vladimir Issachenko (KAZ)  Julien Dufour (FRA)
2006 Croatia Zagreb  Kyusang Park (KOR)  Leonid Ekimov (RUS)  Thibaut Sauvage (FRA)
2010 Germany Munich  Zhigou Zhou (CHN)  Aaron Sauter (GER)  Xuan Feng Long (CHN)
2014 Spain Granada  Alexander Chichkov (USA)  Dario Di Martino (ITA)  Pardeep Pardeep (IND)

World Championships, Men Team[edit]

This event was held in 1970-2006.

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1970 United States Phoenix United States United States
William Blankenship
William Mc Millan
Edwin Lee Teague
Charles Wheeler
Soviet Union Soviet Union
Igor Bakalov
Anatoli Spivakov
Vladimir Stolipin
Renart Suleimanov
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Ladislav Falta
Hynek Hromada
Vladimir Hurt
Lubomir Nacovsky
1974 Switzerland Thun Soviet Union Soviet Union
Afanasij Kuzmin
Valeri Margasov
Vladimir Stolipin
Victor Torshin
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Vladimir Hyka
Milan Hyka
Hynek Hromada
Vladimir Hurt
United States United States
Marvin Black
Bonnie Harmon
Bobby Tiner
Charles Wheeler
1978 South Korea Seoul Finland Finland
Seppo Makinen
Hannu Paavola
Paavo Palokangas
Seppo Saarenpaeae
Italy Italy
Giuseppe Quadro
Alberto Sevieri
Roberto Vannozzi
Renato Zambon
Switzerland Switzerland
Marcel Ansermet
Otto Keller
Reinhard Ruess
Alex Tschui
1982 Venezuela Caracas Soviet Union Soviet Union
Anatoli Egrishin
Aleksandr Melentyev
Sergei Sumatokhin
Vladas Turla
Italy Italy
Aldo Andreotti
Guilio Mussini
Giuseppe Quadro
Renato Zambon
United States United States
Erich Buljung
John Kailer
Melvin Makin
Don Nygord
1986 East Germany Suhl Soviet Union Soviet Union
Igor Basinski
Afanasij Kuzmin
Sergei Pyzhianov
Austria Austria
Dieter Aggermann
Karl Pavlis
Hermann Sailer
Finland Finland
Seppo Makinen
Paavo Palokangas
Jouni Vainio
1990 Soviet Union Moscow Soviet Union Soviet Union
Igor Basinski
Miroslav Ignatiuk
Afanasij Kuzmin
China China
Hui Wang
Runxi Wang
Yifu Wang
United States United States
Erich Buljung
Jimmie Mc Coy
Don Nygord
1994 Italy Milan Finland Finland
Jari Koivu
Seppo Makinen
Jouni Vainio
China China
Gang Meng
Runxi Wang
Ruimin Zhang
Switzerland Switzerland
Eros de Berti
Andreas Schweizer
Hansrudolf Schneider
1998 Spain Barcelona China China
Yongde Jin
Gang Meng
Yifu Wang
Norway Norway
Paal Hembre
Petter Bratli
Johnny Nilsen
Austria Austria
Giovanni Bossi
Karl Pavlis
Gerhard Boehm
2002 Finland Lahti Austria Austria
Giovanni Bossi
Karl Pavlis
Heinz Koeltringer
South Korea Korea
Byung Taek Park
Sang Hak Lee
Seong Hwan Hong
China China
Yongde Jin
Yadong Liu
Guohui Liu
2006 Croatia Zagreb China China
Guohui Liu
Yongde Jin
Yadong Liu
Russia Russia
Mikhail Nestruev
Sergei Poliakov
Sergei Alifirenko
Ukraine Ukraine
Oleg Tkachyov
Roman Bondaruk
Oleksandr Petriv
2010 Germany Munich China China
Yongde Jin
Chuanlin Li
Zhenxiang Xie
Germany Germany
Pierre Michel
Christian Reitz
Yoon Sam Hwang
South Korea Korea
Seong Hwan Hong
Yoon Sam Hwang
Dae Kyu Jang
2014 Spain Granada Ukraine Ukraine
Pavlo Korostylov
Roman Bondaruk
Oleksandr Petriv
China China
Yongde Jin
Chuanlin Li
Feng Ding
Turkey Turkey
Yusuf Dikec
Fatih Kavaruk
Murat Kilinc

World Championships, Total Medals[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  USSR 11 2 2 15
2  China 5 5 3 13
3  United States 2 1 6 9
4  Finland 2 1 4 7
5  Austria 1 3 2 6
6  South Korea 3 1 1 5
7  Russia 2 2 1 5
8  Italy 0 3 1 4
9   Switzerland 0 1 3 4
10  Czechoslovakia 0 2 1 3
11  Germany 0 2 1 3
12  France 0 1 2 3
13  Denmark 1 1 0 2
14  India 1 0 1 2
15  Turkey 1 0 1 2
16  Ukraine 1 0 1 2
17  Norway 0 2 0 2
18  Sweden 1 0 0 1
19  Venezuela 1 0 0 1
20  Argentina 0 1 0 1
21  Israel 0 1 0 1
22  Kazakhstan 0 1 0 1
23  North Korea 0 1 0 1
24  Portugal 0 1 0 1
25  Brazil 0 0 1 1
26  Thailand 0 0 1 1
Total 32 32 32 96

Current World Records[edit]

Current world records in 25 metre standard pistol
Men Individual 584  Erich Buljung (USA) August 20, 1983 Caracas (VEN) edit
Teams 1725  Soviet Union (Kuzmins, Melentyev, Turla)
 Soviet Union (Basinski, Kuzmins, Pyzhianov)
September 10, 1985
September 8, 1986
Osijek (YUG)
Suhl (GDR)
edit
Junior Men Individual 574  Denis Koulakov (RUS) July 11, 2002 Lahti (FIN) edit
Teams 1696  Soviet Union (Babikov, Khvatsovas, Martirosian) September 10, 1985 Osijek (YUG) edit

World champions[edit]

Year Venue Individual Team
1970 Phoenix  Renart Suleimanov (URS)  United States
1974 Thun  Viktor Torshin (URS)  Soviet Union
1978 Seoul  Ragnar Skanåker (SWE)  Finland
1982 Caracas  Vladas Turla (URS)  Soviet Union
1986 Suhl  Afanasijs Kuzmins (URS)  Soviet Union Juniors
1990 Moscow  Miroslav Ignatiuk (URS)  Soviet Union Individual Team
1994 Milan  Lee Sang-hak (KOR)  Finland  Jaspal Rana (IND)  Moldova
1998 Barcelona  Mikhail Nestruyev (RUS)  China  Manuel Guevara Jr. (VEN)  Venezuela
2002 Lahti  René Vogn (DEN)  Austria  Denis Koulakov (RUS)  Russia
2006 Zagreb  Liu Guohoi (CHN)  China  Park Kyu-sang (KOR)  Russia
2010 Munich  Hong Seong Hwan (KOR)  China  Zhou Zhiguo (CHN)  China
2014 Granada  Yusuf Dikec (TUR)  Ukraine  Alexander Chichkov (USA)  Mongolia