2008 ISSF World Cup

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The 2008 ISSF World Cup was the twenty-third annual edition of the ISSF World Cup in the Olympic shooting events, governed by the International Shooting Sport Federation. Four qualification competitions were held in each event, spanning from March to June, and the best shooters qualified for the ISSF World Cup Final, which was carried out in September in Minsk for the shotgun events, and in November in Bangkok for the other events. Apart from those who qualified through the 2008 World Cup competitions, the defending champions and all medalists from the 2008 Summer Olympics were also invited to the final. The host countries were also granted special wild cards.[1]

Following the tradition of previous Olympic years, one of the qualification competitions was held as a pre-Olympic test event at the Beijing Shooting Range Hall and the Beijing Shooting Range Clay Target Field, the upcoming venues for shooting at the 2008 Summer Olympics. As qualification for the Olympics was concluded with the 2007 season, no quota places were at stake during the 2008 World Cup.

Schedule[edit]

Competition dates Venue Rifle Pistol Shotgun Details
March 23–27  Rio de Janeiro (BRA)
April 12–20  Beijing (CHN)
May 4–10  Kerrville (USA)
May 17–21  Munich (GER)
May 24–29  Milan (ITA)
June 4–12  Suhl (GER)
June 15–21  Belgrade (SRB)
September 27–30  Minsk (BLR) 2008 ISSF World Cup Final (shotgun)
November 3–5  Bangkok (THA) 2008 ISSF World Cup Final (rifle and pistol)

Medals by event[edit]

Men's rifle events[edit]

50 metre rifle three positions 50 metre rifle prone 10 metre air rifle
Rio de Janeiro (March 27) Rio de Janeiro (March 25) Rio de Janeiro (March 23)
Gold  Thomas Farnik (AUT) 1265.3 (1168) Gold  Stevan Pletikosić (SRB) 702.9 (598) Gold  Peter Sidi (HUN) 702.5 (598)
Silver  Maik Eckhardt (GER) 1265.2 (1167) Silver  Torben Grimmel (DEN) 701.4 (597) Silver  A. G. Moldoveanu (ROU) 700.7 (598)
Bronze  Vebjørn Berg (NOR) 1265.0 (1166) Bronze  Warren Potent (AUS) 699.5 (596) Bronze  Nemanja Mirosavljev (SRB) 698.9 (596)
Beijing (April 20) Beijing (April 18) Beijing (April 14)
Gold  Josselin Henry (FRA) 1268.8 (1173) Gold  Warren Potent (AUS) 704.8 EWR (599) Gold  Zhu Qinan (CHN) 700.8 (597)
Silver  Jury Sukhorukov (UKR) 1268.0 (1171) Silver  Thomas Tamas (USA) 704.3 (599) Silver  Matthew Emmons (USA) 700.7 (599)
Bronze  Sergei Kovalenko (RUS) 1266.9 (1168) Bronze  Michael McPhail (USA) 704.1 (598) Bronze  Gagan Narang (IND) 700.3 (597)
Munich (May 21) Munich (May 19)1 Munich (May 17)
Gold  Jia Zhanbo (CHN) 1276.5 (1180) Gold  Sergei Martynov (BLR) 703.3 (599) Gold  A. G. Moldoveanu (ROU) 702.0 (599)
Silver  Artem Khadjibekov (RUS) 1272.7 (1172) Silver  Neil Stirton (GBR) 703.2 (599) Silver  Zhu Qinan (CHN) 700.6 (597)
Bronze  Sergei Kovalenko (RUS) 1272.1 (1175) Bronze  Warren Potent (AUS) 702.3 (597) Bronze  Thomas Farnik (AUT) 699.8 (597)
Milan (May 26) Milan (May 29) Milan (May 24)
Gold  Artur Ayvazyan (UKR) 1275.5 (1175) Gold  Torben Grimmel (DEN) 701.3 (597) Gold  Zhu Qinan (CHN) 701.2 (599)
Silver  Maik Eckhardt (GER) 1268.9 (1170) Silver  Toshikazu Yamashita (JPN) 699.3 (596) Silver  Cao Yifei (CHN) 700.9 (596)
Bronze  Jia Zhanbo (CHN) 1268.3 (1171) Bronze  Matthew Emmons (USA) 698.8 (595) Bronze  Peter Sidi (HUN) 700.3 (596)
Final: Bangkok (November 4; details) Final: Bangkok (November 3; details) Final: Bangkok (November 5; details)
Gold  Matthew Emmons (USA) 1269.0 (1171) Gold  Warren Potent (AUS) 702.2 (598) Gold  Gagan Narang (IND) 703.5 WR (600 EWR)
Silver  Artur Ayvazyan (UKR) 1265.7 (1166) Silver  Matthew Emmons (USA) 700.7 (596) Silver  Matthew Emmons (USA) 702.5 (598)
Bronze  Jia Zhanbo (CHN) 1264.6 (1167) Bronze  Toshikazu Yamashita (JPN) 699.9 (595) Bronze  Zhu Qinan (CHN) 702.3 (599)

1 In the elimination round on May 18,  Guy Starik (ISR) equalled the world record with a perfect 600.

Men's pistol events[edit]

50 metre pistol 25 metre rapid fire pistol 10 metre air pistol
Rio de Janeiro (March 25) Rio de Janeiro (March 26–27) Rio de Janeiro (March 26)
Gold  Oleg Omelchuk (UKR) 658.8 (562) Gold  Christian Reitz (GER) 785.6 (588) Gold  Mauro Badaracchi (ITA) 684.4 (584)
Silver  Francesco Bruno (ITA) 656.2 (559) Silver  Leuris Pupo (CUB) 784.0 (587) Silver  Oleg Omelchuk (UKR) 682.9 (584)
Bronze  Tanyu Kiryakov (BUL) 655.3 (559) Bronze  Iulian Raicea (ROU) 782.5 (585) Bronze  Vigilio Fait (ITA) 681.4 (581)
Beijing (April 15) Beijing (April 18–19) Beijing (April 13)
Gold  Lin Zhongzai (CHN) 667.2 (571) Gold  Sergei Alifirenko (RUS) 786.7 (586) Gold  Franck Dumoulin (FRA) 683.7 (585)
Silver  Rashid Yunusmetov (KAZ) 666.0 (565) Silver  Aleksei Klimov (RUS) 780.9 (581) Silver  Vladimir Gontcharov (RUS) 682.2 (585)
Bronze  Daryl Szarenski (USA) 663.4 (570) Bronze  Zhang Penghui (CHN) 778.3 (582) Bronze  Kim Jong Su (PRK) 682.0 (583)
Munich (May 18) Munich (May 18–19) Munich (May 20)
Gold  Tomoyuki Matsuda (JPN) 663.7 (565) Gold  Ralf Schumann (GER) 790.0 WR (589) Gold  Lin Zhongzai (CHN) 688.6 (590)
Silver  Pang Wei (CHN) 663.3 (571) Silver  Christian Reitz (GER) 786.4 (585) Silver  Leonid Ekimov (RUS) 686.7 (584)
Bronze  Florian Schmidt (GER) 661.2 (565) Bronze  Leuris Pupo (CUB) 786.0 (584) Bronze  Vladimir Gontcharov (RUS) 685.6 (586)
Milan (May 29) Milan (May 27–28) Milan (May 25)
Gold  Boris Kokorev (RUS) 667.3 (572) Gold  Christian Reitz (GER) 794.0 WR (591 EWR) Gold  Vladimir Isakov (RUS) 686.2 (586)
Silver  Vladimir Isakov (RUS) 666.2 (568) Silver  Ralf Schumann (GER) 789.7 (590) Silver  Dilshod Mukhtarov (UZB) 685.7 (587)
Bronze  João Costa (POR) 664.6 (567) Bronze  Ivan Stoukachev (RUS) 785.2 (583) Bronze  Boris Kokorev (RUS) 684.9 (586)
Final: Bangkok (November 3; details) Final: Bangkok (November 4; details) Final: Bangkok (November 5; details)
Gold  Jin Jong-oh (KOR) 667.2 (570) Gold  Aleksei Klimov (RUS) 789.7 (585) Gold  Oleg Omelchuk (UKR) 687.4 (585)
Silver  Tomoyuki Matsuda (JPN) 665.5 (566) Silver  Christian Reitz (GER) 787.9 (590) Silver  Norayr Bakhtamyan (ARM) 685.2 (588)
Bronze  Vladimir Isakov (RUS) 660.5 (562) Bronze  Ralf Schumann (GER) 777.0 (582) Bronze  Vladimir Isakov (RUS) 684.1 (584)

Men's shotgun events[edit]

Trap Double trap Skeet
Beijing (April 12–13) Beijing (April 15) Beijing (April 19–20)
Gold  Mário Filipovič (SVK) 142 (118) Gold  Vasily Mosin (RUS) 191 (145) Gold  Qu Ridong (CHN) 144 (120)
Silver  Aleksei Alipov (RUS) 140 (119) Silver  Walton Eller (USA) 188 (140) Silver  Konstantin Tsuranov (RUS) 143 (120)
Bronze  Bret Erickson (USA) 140 (120) Bronze  Saif Alshamsy (UAE) 185 (140) Bronze  Andrea Filippetti (ITA) 143 (120)
Kerrville (May 9–10) Kerrville (May 7) Kerrville (May 4–5)
Gold  Michael Diamond (AUS) 148 EWR (123) Gold  Håkan Dahlby (SWE) 190 (144) Gold  Ariel Mauricio Flores (MEX) 147 (122)
Silver  Massimiliano Mola (ITA) 143 (120) Silver  Richard Faulds (GBR) 189 (142) Silver  Tore Brovold (NOR) 146 (122)
Bronze  Dominic Grazioli (USA) 143 (123) Bronze  Jeffrey Holguin (USA) 189 (142) Bronze  Valerio Luchini (ITA) 144 (120)
Suhl (June 4–6) Suhl (June 8) Suhl (June 10–12)
Gold  Michael Diamond (AUS) 145 (123) Gold  Richard Faulds (GBR) 193 (147 EWR) Gold  Vincent Hancock (USA) 147 (123)
Silver  Bret Erickson (USA) 144 (122) Silver  Hu Binyuan (CHN) 192 (145) Silver  Anthony Terras (FRA) 145 (120)
Bronze  Aleksei Alipov (RUS) 143 (121) Bronze  Roland Gerebics (HUN) 189 (144) Bronze  Ennio Falco (ITA) 144 (120)
Belgrade (June 15–16) Belgrade (June 18) Belgrade (June 20–21)
Gold  Stéphane Clamens (FRA) 144 (122) Gold  Ronjan Sodhi (IND) 194 EWR (147 EWR) Gold  Georgios Achilleos (CYP) 149 (124)
Silver  Massimo Fabbrizi (ITA) 144 (121) Silver  Richard Faulds (GBR) 192 (145) Silver  Andrea Benelli (ITA) 148 (123)
Bronze  Francesco Amici (SMR) 141 (120) Bronze  Håkan Dahlby (SWE) 191 (144) Bronze  Anthony Terras (FRA) 148 (124)
Final: Minsk (September 29–30; details) Final: Minsk (September 27; details) Final: Minsk (September 29–30; details)
Gold  Giovanni Pellielo (ITA) 145 (120) Gold  Håkan Dahlby (SWE) 191 (144) Gold  Tore Brovold (NOR) 148 (123)
Silver  Michael Diamond (AUS) 144 (122) Silver  Hu Binyuan (CHN) 188 (140) Silver  Vincent Hancock (USA) 147 (123)
Bronze  Aleksei Alipov (RUS) 142 (123) Bronze  Vasily Mosin (RUS) 188 (143) Bronze  Jan Sychra (CZE) 144 (121)

Women's rifle events[edit]

50 metre rifle three positions 10 metre air rifle
Rio de Janeiro (March 28) Rio de Janeiro (March 24)
Gold  Morgan Hicks (USA) 677.9 (581) Gold  Barbara Lechner (GER) 499.3 (396)
Silver  Lidija Mihajlović (SRB) 675.3 (578) Silver  Beate Gauss (GER) 498.8 (396)
Bronze  Annik Marguet (SUI) 675.1 (579) Bronze  Kim Eun Hye (KOR) 498.7 (396)
Beijing (April 17) Beijing (April 12)
Gold  Du Li (CHN) 692.7 (590) Gold  Kateřina Emmons (CZE) 504.9 EWR (399)
Silver  Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) 690.8 (591) Silver  Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) 502.4 (398)
Bronze  Lioubov Galkina (RUS) 685.3 (583) Bronze  Du Li (CHN) 502.2 (399)
Munich (May 20) Munich (May 17)
Gold  Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) 687.0 (586) Gold  Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) 503.4 (399)
Silver  Snježana Pejčić (CRO) 684.2 (586) Silver  Lioubov Galkina (RUS) 502.0 (398)
Bronze  Adela Sykorova (CZE) 683.5 (584) Bronze  Agnieszka Staron (POL) 500.7 (398)
Milan (May 27) Milan (May 24)
Gold  Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) 687.6 (587) Gold  Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) 505.0 WR (400 EWR)
Silver  Jamie Beyerle (USA) 685.7 (587) Silver  Kateřina Emmons (CZE) 503.0 (398)
Bronze  Kristina Vestveit (NOR) 685.3 (588) Bronze  Wu Liuxi (CHN) 501.8 (398)
Final: Bangkok (November 4; details) Final: Bangkok (November 5; details)
Gold  Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) 688.8 (590) Gold  Wu Liuxi (CHN) 502.1 (398)
Silver  Olga Dovgun (KAZ) 688.3 (589) Silver  Lioubov Galkina (RUS) 501.9 (400 EWR)
Bronze  Lioubov Galkina (RUS) 683.5 (586) Bronze  Du Li (CHN) 501.1 (396)

Women's pistol events[edit]

25 metre pistol 10 metre air pistol
Rio de Janeiro (March 25–26) Rio de Janeiro (March 23)
Gold  Mariya Grozdeva (BUL) 787.0 (583) Gold  Sandra Kolly (SUI) 484.8 (387)
Silver  Maura Genovesi (ITA) 784.9 (579) Silver  Sonia Franquet (ESP) 483.0 (385)
Bronze  Sandra Kolly (SUI) 784.0 (582) Bronze  Michela Suppo (ITA) 480.7 (383)
Beijing (April 16) Beijing (April 12)
Gold  Jasna Šekarić (SRB) 784.4 (585) Gold  Stephanie Tirode (FRA) 486.3 (386)
Silver  Stephanie Tirode (FRA) 784.4 (582) Silver  Zsofia Csonka (HUN) 485.4 (384)
Bronze  Tsogbadrakhyn Mönkhzul (MGL) 783.4 (583) Bronze  Ren Jie (CHN) 485.1 (386)
Munich (May 17–18) Munich (May 21)
Gold  Guo Wenjun (CHN) 789.6 (588) Gold  Guo Wenjun (CHN) 491.1 (389)
Silver  Slawomira Szpek (POL) 785.7 (584) Silver  Miroslawa Sagun Lewandowska (POL) 489.9 (389)
Bronze  Lalita Yauhleuskaya (AUS) 785.2 (586) Bronze  Natalia Paderina (RUS) 485.8 (388)
Milan (May 26–27) Milan (May 25)
Gold  Otryadyn Gündegmaa (MGL) 787.9 (583) Gold  Guo Wenjun (CHN) 491.4 (389)
Silver  Lalita Yauhleuskaya (AUS) 784.7 (582) Silver  Antoaneta Boneva (BUL) 484.1 (385)
Bronze  Tsogbadrakhyn Mönkhzul (MGL) 783.6 (582) Bronze  Lalita Yauhleuskaya (AUS) 483.7 (387)
Final: Bangkok (November 3; details) Final: Bangkok (November 5; details)
Gold  Munkhbayar Dorjsuren (GER) 793.1 (590) Gold  Ren Jie (CHN) 488.9 (389)
Silver  Stephanie Tirode (FRA) 792.5 (589) Silver  Stephanie Tirode (FRA) 486.5 (389)
Bronze  Mariya Grozdeva (BUL) 787.1 (581) Bronze  Guo Wenjun (CHN) 484.6 (384)

Women's shotgun events[edit]

Trap Skeet
Beijing (April 14) Beijing (April 17)
Gold  Gao E (CHN) 93 (71) Gold  Wei Ning (CHN) 97 (72)
Silver  Pak Yong Hui (PRK) 90 (69) Silver  Diana Bacosi (ITA) 94 (70)
Bronze  Irina Laricheva (RUS) 89 (68) Bronze  Haley Dunn (USA) 94 (70)
Kerrville (May 9) Kerrville (May 4)
Gold  Theresa DeWitt (USA) 94 (73) Gold  Haley Dunn (USA) 97 (73)
Silver  Irina Laricheva (RUS) 91 (72) Silver  Kim Rhode (USA) 96 (72)
Bronze  Joetta Dement (USA) 91 (70) Bronze  Connie Smotek (USA) 92 (69)
Suhl (June 4–5) Suhl (June 10–11)
Gold  Jessica Rossi (ITA) 94 (72) Gold  Diana Bacosi (ITA) 95 (72)
Silver  Daniela Del Din (SMR) 93 (73) Silver  Danka Barteková (SVK) 94 (72)
Bronze  Liu Yingzi (CHN) 92 (70) Bronze  Chiara Cainero (ITA) 94 (72)
Belgrade (June 15) Belgrade (June 20)
Gold  Giulia Iannotti (ITA) 91 (69) Gold  Andri Eleftheriou (CYP) 94 (73)
Silver  Anita North (GBR) 90 (69) Silver  Danka Barteková (SVK) 94 (71)
Bronze  Tatiana Barsuk (RUS) 90 (69) Bronze  Wei Ning (CHN) 94 (72)
Final: Minsk (September 29; details) Final: Minsk (September 29; details)
Gold  Irina Laricheva (RUS) 94 (72) Gold  Andri Eleftheriou (CYP) 95 (73)
Silver  Liu Yingzi (CHN) 92 (71) Silver  Haley Dunn (USA) 93 (71)
Bronze  Giulia Iannotti (ITA) 90 (69) Bronze  Katuscia Spada (ITA) 92 (68)

Multiple winners[edit]

Five titles[edit]

Three titles[edit]

Two titles[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]