1996 IPSC Handgun World Shoot

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1996 IPSC Handgun World Shoot XI
Official logo of the 1996 IPSC Handgun World Shoot.jpg
Official logo of the 1996 IPSC Handgun World Shoot
LocationBrasilia, Brazil
DatesSunday 6. to Saturday 12. October 1996
Competitors609
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 

The 1996 IPSC Handgun World Shoot XI held in Brasilia, Brazil was the 11th IPSC Handgun World Shoot. The match had 609 competitors, teams from 31 nations and consisted of 35 stages. The Open division was won by Todd Jarrett, while the Standard division once again was won by Ted Bonnet of USA. Todd Jarret from Virginia had established himself as a major player before the event, having placed in the top four of the US Nationals every year since 1990 except one. According to himself he had trained well before the World Shoot in Brazil, and was quoted saying "It's really amazing, the harder I work, the luckier I get."

Rulebook used[edit]

The 12th edition of the Rules of International Practical Shooting Confederation was used under the championship and one of the major changes compared to the current rules are the team rules where national team consisted of a maximum of six members. Ladies teams consisted of a maximum four members.

Champions[edit]

Open[edit]

The Open division had the largest match participation with 398 competitors (65.4 %),

Individual
Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United States Todd Jarrett 1894.6349 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United States Jerry Barnhart 1875.2104 98.97%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United States Rob Leatham 1865.8339 98.48%
4th Australia Errol Ron Thomas 1840.6546 97.15%
5th Philippines Jethro Dionisio 1828.8244 96.53%
6th United States Merle Edington 1785.9386 94.26%
7th United States Douglas Koenig 1774.1573 93.64%
8th Australia Craig Lawrence Ginger 1768.2249 93.33%
9th United States Jose Claudio Vidanes 1766.0796 93.21%
10th United Kingdom Angus Hobdell 1756.6531 92.72%
Lady Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United States Kay Clark-Miculek 1414.9287 74.68% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Philippines Mary Tan 1382.6770 72.98% 97.72%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze South Africa Chantal Accone 1371.5408 72.39% 96.93%
Junior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Philippines Jeufro Lejano 1734.7564 91.56% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver France Eric Grauffel 1672.5632 88.28% 96.41%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Philippines Roger Dy 1534.9023 81.01% 88.48%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United States Allan Zitta 1427.2141 75.33% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver South Africa Paul Bromfield 1287.9867 85.90% 90.24%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United Kingdom Martyn Speirs 1276.6696 67.38% 89.45%
Teams
Overall Country Points Percent Team members
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold  United States 9175.9161 100.00% Todd Jarrett, Jerry Barnhart, Rob Leatham, Douglas Koenig, Jose Claudio Vidanes and Tawn Argeris
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver  Australia 8459.2113 92,18% Errol Ron Thomas, Craig Lawrence Ginger, Ross Gregory Newell, Brodie McIntosh, Damien John Fitzgerald and Alan Shortall
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze  Philippines 8432.5657 91,89% Jethro Dionisio, Jeufro Lejano, Jomini Manuel Abaya, Lyndon Biraogo, Jerome Morales and Daniel Torrevillas
Lady Country Points Percent Team members
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold  United States 4146.3159 100% Kay Clark-Miculek, Sheila Brey, Kippi Boykin and Sharon Edington
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver  Philippines 3978.0670 95,94% Mary Tan, Athena Lee, Valerie Levanza and Catherine Levanza
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze  Australia 3887.5448 93,75% Robyn Joyce Estreich, Susan Patricia Ballantyne, Michelele Noe. Knee and Bonny Thomas

Modified[edit]

The Modified division had 11 competitors.

Individual
Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United States Fred Craig 1407.3898 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Philippines Richard Daniel Kahler 1363.0039 96.85%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Philippines Richard Kahler 1147.3321 81.52%
4th United Kingdom Robert Chittleborough 1102.6358 78.35%
5th Brazil Maria Jos 1083.6267 77.00%
6th Germany Jorg Haben 978.5173 69.53%
7th United States Kerby C. Smith 975.1011 69.28%
8th Brazil Zenaldo Feuser 875.6240 62.22%
9th Germany Klaus-Dieter Broesche 829.7651 58.96%
10th Cambodia Thomas Bovet 713.1019 50.67%

Standard[edit]

The Standard division had the second largest match participation with 200 competitors (32.8 %),

Individual
Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United States Ted Bonnet 1499.3586 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United States Frank Garcia 1489.1114 99.32%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United States Jay Christy 1466.9173 97.84%
4th United States Ron Avery 1460.2712 97.39%
5th United States James L. Wall 1433.7340 95.62%
6th United States Bruce E. Gray 1418.4954 94.61%
7th United States Larry L. Brown 1415.1323 94.38%
8th United States Armando Valdes 1412.2623 94.19%
9th United States Larry Steuerwald 1403.0543 93.58%
10th South Africa Gustave De Blanche 1372.2191 91.52%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold South Africa Paul R. Bromfield 1287.9867 85,90% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Germany Max Wiegand 1253.6723 83,61% 97.34%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United States Salim S. Dominguez 1152.1968 76,84% 89.46%
Teams
Overall Country Points Percent Team members
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold  United States 7202.9579 100.00% Ted Bonnet, Harold Christy, Bruce E. Gray, Larry L. Brown, Larry Steuerwald and Brian Enos
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver  South Africa 6604.6457 91,69% Gustave De Blanche, Eugene B. Lurie, Sean Michael O'Donovan, Jonathan M. Fouche, Paul R. Bromfield and Clint Rafferty
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze  Brazil 6311.2515 87,62% Hugo R. Ribeiro, Vitor Matos, Nilton A. Fior, Luiz (Tatai) Horta, Eduardo Lartigau, Iwar Mattos Jr.

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