2011 IPSC Handgun World Shoot

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2011 IPSC Handgun World Shoot
Official logo of the 2011 IPSC Handgun World Shoot.jpg.png
Official logo of the 2011 IPSC Handgun World Shoot
VenueKalamonas Shooting Range
LocationRhodes, Greece
Competitors1080 from 64 nations
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 

The 2011 IPSC Handgun World Shoot XVI held at Rhodes, Greece was the 16th IPSC Handgun World Shoot. There were 30 stages which all had a Greek theme.[1]

Champions[edit]

Open[edit]

Individual

The Open division had the second largest match participation with 373 competitors (30.9 %), and was won by Eric Grauffel from France winning his 5th consecutive Handgun World Shoot. Simon Racaza of USA came in second place 3.29 % behind, and KC Eusebio of USA another 0.71 % behind.

Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold FranceEric Grauffel 2161.5327 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United StatesSimon Racaza 2090.3262 96.71%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United StatesKC Eusebio 2075.0371 96.00%
4th United StatesMax Michel 2032.2343 94.02%
5th SpainJorge Ballesteros 1984.7614 91.82%
6th United StatesChris Tilley 1972.8225 91.27%
7th NetherlandsSaul Kirsch 1966.8020 90.99%
8th FranceEmile Obriot 1935.8667 89.56%
9th AustraliaBrodie McIntosh 1933.4587 89.45%
10th United States Shane Coley 1889.7241 87.43%
Lady Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold AustraliaKarla Blowers 1564.3264 72.37% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United StatesMegan Francisco 1546.0314 71.52% 98.83%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United StatesJessie Duff 1522.5411 70.44% 97.33%
Junior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United StatesShane Coley 1889.7241 87.43% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver AustraliaRhys Arthur 1703.0686 78.79% 90.12%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United StatesBen Thompson 1675.5128 77.52% 88.66%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold SwitzerlandPatrik Schneider 1702.0732 78.74% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver South AfricaHubert Thomas Montgomery 1676.4347 77.56% 98.49%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze AustriaGuenther Weber 1627.3416 75.29% 95.61%
Super Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold CanadaMichael Auger 1538.2737 71.17% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver BrazilJose Josias Lucena Ferreira 1520.1386 70.33% 98.82%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Czech RepublicMiroslav Kamenicek 1458.5918 67.48% 94.82%
Teams
Place Country Points Percent Team members
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver %
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze %

Modified[edit]

Individual

The Modified division had 59 competitors (4.9 %). Zdenek Henes of the Czech Republic took Gold in the Modified division in what would be the last World Championship featuring the division before it was deleted. Jerome Jovanne Morales of the Philippines came in second place 0.75 % behind, and Rob Leatham of USA came in third place another 2.41 % behind.

Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Czech RepublicZdenek Henes 2070.2224 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver PhilippinesJerome Jovanne Morales 2020.2959 97.59%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United StatesRob Leatham 2004.8394 96.84%
4th United StatesMichael Voigt 1996.6022 96.44%
5th PhilippinesNelson Uygongco 1984.5437 95.86%
6th BrazilAugusto Sergio Oliveira Ribas 1982.7230 95.77%
7th United StatesJojo Vidanes 1953.5864 94.37%
8th PhilippinesLazaro Jr Dela Cruz 1918.7898 92.69%
9th SlovakiaVit Helan 1879.4344 90.78%
10th PhilippinesPapa Enrico 1870.0169 90.33%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United StatesRob Leatham 2004.8394 96.84% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United StatesMichael Voigt 1996.6022 96.44% 99.59%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze GermanyJuergen Flass 1726.8315 83.41% 86.13%
Teams
Place Country Points Percent Team members
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold  USA 5955.0280 100.00% Rob Leatham, Michael Voigt, Jojo Vidanes, Barry Dueck
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver  Philippines 5874.8565 98.65% Jerome Jovanne Morales, Nelson Uygongco, Enrico Papa, Christopher Panganiban
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze  Czech Republic 5733.2500 96.28% Zdenek Henes, Vit Helan, Milos Horinek

Standard[edit]

Individual

The Standard division had the third largest match participation with 336 competitors (27.8 %), and was won by Blake Miguez of USA. Juan Carlos Jaime of Argentina came in second place 1.09 % behind, and Ted Puente of USA came in third place another 3.2 % behind.

Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United StatesBlake Miguez 2042.0007 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver ArgentinaJuan Carlos Jaime 2019.8368 98.91%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United StatesTed Puente 1954.4319 95.71%
4th PhilippinesJethro Dionisio 1949.8459 95.49%
5th HungaryGyorgy Batki 1940.2000 95.01%
6th United StatesEmanuel Bragg 1923.9475 94.22%
7th Czech RepublicPetr Znamenacek 1919.2622 93.99%
8th United StatesTravis Tomasie 1907.7391 93.42%
9th FranceJulien Boit 1883.7398 92.25%
10th BrazilJaime Roberto Maia Saldanha Junior 1865.5352 91.36%
Lady Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United StatesRandi Rogers 1440.7487 70.56% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United StatesTori Nonaka 1407.8968 68.95% 97.72%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United StatesLisa Munson 1398.8713 68.50% 97.09%
Junior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
1st United StatesMatthew Sweeney 1667.7814 81.67% 100.00%
2nd ItalyDavide Bergami 1587.9085 77.76% 95.21%
3rd BrazilVictor Dalmeida Arruda 1357.6409 66.49% 81.40%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold BrazilLucimar Domingues Oliveira 1694.4334 82.98% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver AustriaGottfried Post 1647.4140 80.68% 97.23%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze ItalySalvatore Simula 1572.9145 77.03% 92.83%
Super Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold SwitzerlandPeter Kressibucher 1379.3660 67.55% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver CanadaRobbin Hudson 1229.0047 60.19% 89.10%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze AustriaHubert Muhlbacher 1203.6024 58.94% 87.26%
Teams
Place Country Points Percent Team members
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver %
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze %

Production[edit]

Individual

The Production division had the largest match participation with 397 competitors (32.8 %), and was won by Bob Vogel of the USA. Ben Stoeger of USA came in second place 2.34 % behind, and Matthew Mink of USA another 0.85 % behind.

Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United StatesBob Vogel 2018.8345 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United StatesBen Stoeger 1971.6789 97.66%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United StatesMatthew Mink 1954.5053 96.81%
4th SpainEduardo De Cobos 1951.1763 96.65%
5th PhilippinesJeufro Emil Lejano 1931.6741 95.68%
6th FinlandMatti Manni 1924.6351 95.33%
7th SlovakiaMarian Vysny 1922.5075 95.23%
8th SerbiaLjubisa Momcilovic 1909.0751 94.56%
9th RussiaAlexey Pichugin 1883.8441 93.31%
10th Czech RepublicMiroslav Zapletal 1881.0347 93.17%
Lady Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold RussiaMaria Gushchina 1690.2536 83.72% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United StatesJulie Golob 1465.1259 72.57% 86.68%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United StatesSara Dunivin 1459.5023 72.29% 86.35%
Junior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold SlovakiaAndrej Hrnciarik 1835.5816 90.92 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Czech RepublicPavel Torgashov 1658.1749 82.14% 90.34%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze PhilippinesDiomari Ivan Tayag 1606.8428 79.59% 87.54%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold SwitzerlandPeter Heller 1727.4563 85.57% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver PhilippinesWilfredo Anglo 1650.7791 81.77% 95.56%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze ItalyFrancesco Servodio 1541.3121 76.35% 89.22%
Super Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold GermanyMax Wiegand 1388.6102 68.78% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United KingdomRobert Dunkley 1311.8065 64.98% 94.47%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze South AfricaGerrit Dokter 1252.7853 62.05% 90.22%
Teams
Place Country Points Percent Team members
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver %
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze %

Revolver[edit]

Individual

The Revolver division had 44 competitors (3.6 %), and was won by Ricardo López Tugendhat of Ecuador claiming his second consecutive Handgun World Shoot victory in the Revolver division. Jerry Miculek of USA came in second place 5.16 % behind, and Matthew Griffin of USA came in third place another 6.42 % behind.

Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold EcuadorRicardo López Tugendhat 2125.9081 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver United StatesJerry Miculek 2016.1364 94.84%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze United StatesMatthew Griffin 1879.7188 88.42%
4th GermanySascha Back 1879.5531 88.41%
5th PhilippinesPhillipp Chua 1876.5566 88.27%
6th Czech RepublicZdeněk Němeček 1868.1494 87.88%
7th GermanyMarkus Schneider 1803.6415 84.84%
8th AustriaHermann Kirchweger 1802.1137 84.77%
9th BrazilMoacir Azevedo 1758.8465 82.73%
10th United StatesClifford Walsh 1727.2302 81.25%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold United StatesJerry Miculek 2016.1364 94.84% 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Czech RepublicZdeněk Němeček 1868.1494 87.88% 92.66%
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze AustriaHermann Kirchweger 1802.1137 84.77% 89.38%
Teams
Place Country Points Percent Team members
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold 100.00%
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver %
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze %

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