2017 European Shooting Championships

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2017 European Shooting Championships
Baku 2017.jpg
Host cityBaku
Country Azerbaijan
EventsShooting
Opening ceremonyJuly 21, 2017 (2017-07-21)
Closing ceremonyAugust 4, 2017 (2017-08-04)
WebsiteBaku 2017
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The 2017 European Shooting Championships was held in Baku, Azerbaijan from 21 July – 4 August 2017.[1] 932 athletes from 43 countries contested 79 sets of medals in 25m, 50m, 300m, rifle and pistol, Shotgun and RT events. Qualification for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games also took place and included 10m events. The Championship was organised by the Azerbaijan Shooting Federation and the Youth and Sports Ministry.[2][3][4]

Events[edit]

  • 83 (79 + 4) Events consist of (73 Medal Events) :
  • Senior Events : 28 M (14 Individual + 14 Team) + 16 W (7 Individual + 7 Team) + 3 Mixed Team = 47 (Women's Double Trap and Women's Double Trap Team not counted in medal table) so 45 Medal Events.
  • Junior Events : 22 M (11 Individual + 11 Team) + 10 W (5 Individual + 5 Team) = 32 (Men's Double Trap, Men's Double Trap Team, Men's 50m Running Target Team and Men's 50m Running Target Mixed Team not counted in medal table) so 28 Medal Events.
  • 47 + 32 = 79 Events / 45 + 28 = 73 Medal Events
  • Youth Events : 2 M + 2 W = 4 (not counted in medal table) 4 Youth Events not counted in medal table.
  • 10 Events not counted in medal table (because of shortage of athletes or Youth Events).

In result, 47 Senior Events (45) + 32 Junior Events (28) + 4 Youth Events = 83 Events (73 in medal table)

Results[edit]

Men's Senior events (28)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
25m Standard Pistol  Pavlo Korostylov (UKR)  Christian Reitz (GER)  Alexei Klimov (RUS)
25m Standard Pistol Team  Ukraine
Pavlo Korostylov
Volodymyr Pasternak
Roman Bondaruk
 France
Clement Bessaguet
Franck Kiefer
Boris Artaud
 Russia
Alexei Klimov
Nikita Sukhanov
Alexander Alifirenko
25m Rapid Fire Pistol  Nikita Sukhanov (RUS)  Peeter Olesk (EST)  Christian Reitz (GER)
25m Rapid Fire Pistol Team  Germany
Christian Reitz
Aaron Sauter
Oliver Geis
 Russia
Nikita Sukhanov
Alexei Klimov
Alexander Alifirenko
 Ukraine
Pavlo Korostylov
Volodymyr Pasternak
Denys Kushnirov
25m Center Fire Pistol  Yusuf Dikec (TUR)  Christian Reitz (GER)  Peeter Olesk (EST)
25m Center Fire Pistol Team  Ukraine
Pavlo Korostylov
Roman Bondaruk
Volodymyr Pasternak
 Germany
Christian Reitz
Pierre Michel
Michael Schleuter
 France
Boris Artaud
Clement Bessaguet
Franck Kiefer
50m Pistol  Pavlo Korostylov (UKR)  Damir Mikec (SRB)  Lauris Strautmanis (LAT)
50m Pistol Team  Serbia
Dimitrije Grgić
Damir Mikec
Dusko Petrov
 Ukraine
Pavlo Korostylov
Oleh Omelchuk
Viktor Bankin
 Russia
Denis Koulakov
Nikolai Kilin
Vladimir Gontcharov
50m Rifle Prone  Yury Shcherbatsevich (BLR)  Thomas Mathis (AUT)  Sergey Kamenskiy (RUS)
50m Rifle Prone Team  Belarus
Yury Shcherbatsevich
Vitali Bubnovich
Illia Charheika
 Austria
Stefan Rumpler
Thomas Mathis
Alexander Schmirl
 France
Valérian Sauveplane
Alexis Raynaud
Remi Moreno Flores
50m Rifle 3 Positions  Yury Shcherbatsevich (BLR)  Serhiy Kulish (UKR)  Alexander Schmirl (AUT)
50m Rifle 3 Positions Team  Belarus
Yury Shcherbatsevich
Vitali Bubnovich
Illia Charheika
 Norway
Odd Arne Brekne
Øyvind Flatla
Simon Claussen
 Germany
Michael Janker
Andre Link
Maximilian Dallinger
300m Standard Rifle  Bernhard Pickl (AUT)  Juho Kurki (FIN)  Karl Olsson (SWE)
300m Standard Rifle Team   Switzerland
Gilles Vincent Dufaux
Jan Lochbihler
Andrea Rossi
 Austria
Bernhard Pickl
Gernot Rumpler
Alexander Schmirl
 France
Valérian Sauveplane
Cyril Graff
Alexis Raynaud
300m Rifle Prone  Jan Lochbihler (SUI)  Frank Fleischmann (GER)  Rajmond Debevec (SLO)
300m Rifle Prone Team  France
Remi Moreno Flores
Cyril Graff
Valerian Sauveplane
 Slovenia
Rajmond Debevec
Robert Markoja
Dusan Zisko
 Germany
Frank Fleischmann
Matthias Raiber
Joerg Niehueser
300m Rifle 3 Positions  Alexis Raynaud (FRA)  Istvan Peni (HUN)  Peter Sidi (HUN)
300m Rifle 3 Positions Team  France
Alexis Raynaud
Valerian Sauveplane
Cyril Graff
  Switzerland
Jan Lochbihler
Gilles Vincent Dufaux
Andrea Rossi
 Austria
Gernot Rumpler
Bernhard Pickl
Stefan Rumpler
Skeet  Milos Slavicek (CZE)  Gabriele Rossetti (ITA)  Stefan Nilsson (SWE)
Skeet Team  Russia
Anton Astakhov
Alexander Zemlin
Nikolay Teplyy
 Italy
Gabriele Rossetti
Riccardo Filippelli
Tammaro Cassandro
 Sweden
Stefan Nilsson
Marcus Svensson
Henrik Jansson
Trap  David Kostelecky (CZE)  Josip Glasnović (CRO)  Giovanni Cernogoraz (CRO)
Trap Team  Portugal
João Azevedo
José Manuel Faria
José Silva
 Croatia
Josip Glasnović
Giovanni Cernogoraz
Marko Germin
 Czech Republic
David Kostelecky
Jiri Liptak
Vladimir Stepan
Double Trap  Vitaly Fokeev (RUS)  Hubert Andrzej Olejnik (SVK)  Vasily Mosin (RUS)
Double Trap Team  Italy
Daniele Di Spigno
Antonino Barillà
Marco Innocenti
 Russia
Vitaly Fokeev
Vasily Mosin
Artem Nekrasov
 Malta
William Chetcuti
Nathan Lee Xuereb
Matthew Grech
50m Running Target  Jesper Nyberg (SWE)  Emil Martinsson (SWE)  BEdrich Jonas (CZE)
50m Running Target Team  Sweden
Jesper Nyberg
Emil Martinsson
Rickard Johansson
 Russia
Mikhail Azarenko
Maxim Stepanov
Dmitry Romanov
 Finland
Topi Hulkkonen
Heikki Lahdekorpi
Tomi-Pekka Heikkila
50m Running Target Mixed  Emil Martinsson (SWE)  Mikhail Azarenko (RUS)  Topi Hulkkonen (FIN)
50m Running Target Mixed Team  Russia
Mikhail Azarenko
Maxim Stepanov
Dmitry Romanov
 Sweden
Jesper Nyberg
Emil Martinsson
Rickard Johansson
 Finland
Topi Hulkkonen
Heikki Lahdekorpi
Tomi-Pekka Heikkila

Women's Senior events (16)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
25m Pistol  Monika Karsch (GER)  Klaudia Bres (POL)  Maria Grozdeva (BUL)
25m Pistol Team  Germany
Monika Karsch
Michelle Skeries
Doreen Vennekamp
 Bulgaria
Maria Grozdeva
Antoaneta Boneva
Monika Kostova
 France
Mathilde Lamolle
Stephanie Tirode
Sandrine Goberville
50m Rifle Prone  Jennifer McIntosh (GBR)  Dariya Sharipova (UKR)  Marie Enqvist (SWE)
50m Rifle Prone Team  Ukraine
Dariya Sharipova
Natallia Kalnysh
Lessia Leskiv
 Germany
Silvia Rachl
Beate Köstel
Jolyn Beer
 Austria
Nadine Ungerank
Olivia Hofmann
Franziska Peer
50m Rifle 3 Positions  Seonaid McIntosh (GBR)  Franziska Peer (AUT)  Jolyn Beer (GER)
50m Rifle 3 Positions Team  Great Britain
Seonaid McIntosh
Jennifer McIntosh
Katie Gleeson
 Ukraine
Natallia Kalnysh
Lessia Leskiv
Dariya Sharipova
 France
Romane Matte
Laurence Brize
Marie Fayolle
300m Rifle Prone  Elin Ahlin (SWE)  Olivia Hofmann (AUT)  Anna Normann (SWE)
300m Rifle Prone Team  Sweden
Elin Ahlin
Anna Normann
Marie Enqvist
 Germany
Eva Roesken
Lisa Müller
Sandra Georg
 Estonia
Anzela Voronova
Liudmila Kortshagina
Tuuli Kübarsepp
300m Rifle 3 Positions  Franziska Peer (AUT)  Lisa Müller (GER)  Sina Oleane Busk (NOR)
300m Rifle 3 Positions Team   Switzerland
Silvia Guignard Schnyder
Myriam Brühwiler
Andrea Brühlmann
 Poland
Sylwia Bogacka
Karolina Kowalczyk
Paula Wronska
 Ukraine
Lessia Leskiv
Natallia Kalnysh
Svitlana Boykova
Skeet  Lucie Anastassiou (FRA)  Andri Eleftheriou (CYP)  Christine Wenzel (GER)
Skeet Team  Germany
Christine Wenzel
Nele Wissmer
Katrin Wieslhuber
 Italy
Diana Bacosi
Katiuscia Spada
Simona Scocchetti
 Cyprus
Panagiota Andreou
Andri Eleftheriou
Konstantia Nikolaou
Trap  Arianna Perilli (SMR)  Ekaterina Rabaya (RUS)  Satu Makela-Nummela (FIN)
Trap Team  Russia
Ekaterina Rabaya
Tatiana Barsuk
Yulia Tugolukova
 Finland
Satu Makela-Nummela
Mopsi Veromaa
Marika Salmi
 France
Marina Sauzet
Delphine Reau
Melanie Couzy
Double Trap (not counted in medal table) Only 4 Athletes  Sofia Maglio (ITA)  Claudia De Luca (ITA)  Monica Girotto (ITA)
Double Trap Team (not counted in medal table) Only 1 Team  Italy
Sofia Maglio
Claudia De Luca
Monica Girotto (not awarded)
not awarded not awarded

Mixed Senior events (3)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
300m Rifle Mixed Team   Switzerland 1  Sweden  Austria 2
Trap Mixed Team  Italy 1
Giovanni Pellielo
Jessica Rossi
 Slovenia
Tomaz Blazinsek
Jasmina Macek
 Russia 2
Maksim Smykov
Tatiana Barsuk
Skeet Mixed Team  France 1
Anthony Terras
Lucie Anastassiou
 Cyprus 2
Dimitris Konstantinou
Andri Eleftheriou
 Italy 1
Gabriele Rossetti
Diana Bacosi

Men's Junior events (22)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
25m Pistol  Ernests Erbs (LAT)  Edouard Dortomb (FRA)  Daniil Shikhov (RUS)
25m Pistol Team  Russia
Daniil Shikhov
Egor Ismakov
Alexander Petrov
 Ukraine
Yuriy Kolesnyk
Pavlo Krepostniak
Maksym Horodynets
 France
Edouard Dortomb
Clement Greffier
Laurent Cussigh
25m Standard Pistol  Pavlo Krepostniak (UKR)  Daniil Shikhov (RUS)  Ernests Erbs (LAT)
25m Standard Pistol Team  Russia
Daniil Shikhov
Egor Ismakov
Alexander Petrov
 Ukraine
Yuriy Kolesnyk
Pavlo Krepostniak
Maksym Horodynets
 Germany
Christoph Lutz
Florian Peter
Philip Heyer
25m Rapid Fire Pistol  Matej Rampula (CZE)  Maksym Horodynets (UKR)  Pavlo Krepostniak (UKR)
25m Rapid Fire Pistol Team  Ukraine
Maksym Horodynets
Pavlo Krepostniak
Denys Vorona
 Germany
Florian Peter
Christoph Lutz
Philip Heyer
 Russia
Egor Ismakov
Daniil Shikov
Alexander Petrov
50m Pistol  Robin Walter (GER)  Anton Aristarkhov (RUS)  Alessio Torracchi (ITA)
50m Pistol Team  Italy
Alessio Torracchi
Paolo Monna
Franco Caputo
 Poland
Oskar Miliwek
Patryk Sakowski
Kacper Jurasz
 Russia
Anton Aristarkhov
Alexander Petrov
Mikhail Isakov
50m Rifle Prone  Zalan Pekler (HUN)  Borna Petanjek (CRO)  Cameron Pirouet (GBR)
50m Rifle Prone Team  Germany
David Könders
Luc Fabian Dingerdissen
Kai Dembeck
 Norway
Henrik Larsen
Jon-Hermann Hegg
Benjamin Tingsrud Karlsen
 Hungary
Zalan Pekler
Peter Vas
Csaba Kovacs
50m Rifle 3 Positions  Filip Nepejchal (CZE)  Zalan Pekler (HUN)  Andrei Golovkov (RUS)
50m Rifle 3 Positions Team  Russia
Andrei Golovkov
Evgeniy Ishchenko
Artem Filippov
 Czech Republic
Filip Nepejchal
Frantisek Smetana
Jiri Privratsky
 Finland
Cristian Friman
Matias Kiuru
Sebastian Langstrom
Skeet  Johan Birklykke (DEN)  Elia Sdruccioli (ITA)  Emil Kjelgaard Petersen (DEN)
Skeet Team  Italy
Elia Sdruccioli
Valerio Palmucci
Erik Pittini
 Denmark
Johan Birklykke
Emil Kjelgaard Petersen
Alexander Karlsen
 Cyprus
Nicolas Vasiliou
Christodoulos Kokkinou
Petros Englezoudis
Trap  Vili Kopra (FIN)  Teo Petroni (ITA)  Emanuele Buccolieri (ITA)
Trap Team  Italy
Emanuele Buccolieri
Teo Petroni
Matteo Marongiu
 Finland
Vili Kopra
Matias Koivu
Niko Kopra
 France
Clement Bourgue
Jason Picaud
Nathan Thuillier
Double Trap (not counted in medal table)  James Dedman (GBR)  Jacopo de Foresta (ITA)  Gianluca Chetcuti (MLT)
Double Trap Team (not counted in medal table)  Great Britain
James Dedman
Thomas Edward Scott
Jake Janes
 Italy
Jacopo de Foresta
Eraldo Apolloni
Nicolo Liceti
not awarded
50m Running Target  Ihor Kizyma (UKR)  Valerii Davydov (RUS)  Maksym Babushok (UKR)
50m Running Target Team (not counted in medal table)  Ukraine
Ihor Kizyma
Maksym Babushok
Roman Tovstopiat
 Russia
Valerii Davydov
Iaroslav Klepikov
Aleksandr Beltiukov
not awarded
50m Running Target Mixed  Ihor Kizyma (UKR)  Andreas Bergstroem (SWE)  Valerii Davydov (RUS)
50m Running Target Mixed Team (not counted in medal table)  Ukraine
Ihor Kizyma
Maksym Babushok
Roman Tovstopiat
 Russia
Valerii Davydov
Iaroslav Klepikov]
Aleksandr Beltiukov
not awarded

Women's Junior events (10)[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
25m Pistol  Miroslava Mincheva (BUL)  Anna Dedova (CZE)  Veronika Major (HUN)
25m Pistol Team  Italy
Rebecca Lesti
Giulia Campostrini
Maria Varricchio
 Hungary
Veronika Major
Boglarka Forrasi
Viktoria Egri
 Ukraine
Polina Konarieva
Mariia-Solomiia Vozniak
Alona Shevchenko
50m Rifle Prone  Sara Karasova (CZE)  Selina Zimmermann (GBR)  Marianne Palo (FIN)
50m Rifle Prone Team  Czech Republic
Sara Karasova
Nikola Foistova
Katerina Kolarikova
 Norway
Regine Nesheim
Jenny Stene
Karina Stette
 Germany
Selina Zimmermann
Leah Faust
Johanna Theresa Tripp
50m Rifle 3 Positions  Anna Ilina (UKR)  Jenny Stene (NOR)  Milica Babic (SRB)
50m Rifle 3 Positions Team  Norway
Jenny Stene
Regine Nesheim
Jeanette Hegg Duestad
 Russia
Tatiana Kharkova
Daria Boldinova
Maria Ivanova
 Austria
Sheileen Waibel
Verena Zaisberger
Rebecca Koeck
Skeet  Artemis Kefalidou (GRE)  Elena Bukhonova (RUS)  Francesca del Prete (ITA)
Skeet Team  Italy
Francesca del Prete
Giada Longhi
Giulia Basso
 Russia
Elena Bukhonova
Alina Fazylzyanova
MaArgarita Gevorkian
 Germany
Maria Kalix
Eva-Tamara Reichert
Valentina Umhöfer
Trap  Marie-Louis Meyer (GER)  Bettina Valdorf (GER)  Greta Luppo (ITA)
Trap Team  Germany
Marie-Louis Meyer
Bettina Valdorf
KAthrin Murche
 Italy
Greta Luppi
Diana Ghilarducci
Giulia Grassia
 Russia
Polina Kniazeva
Iuliia Saveleva
Angelina Rudneva

Youth Events[edit]

Qualification for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games (not counted in medal table).

Men's Youth events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
10m Air Pistol  Nils Strubel (GER)  Kiril Kirov (BUL)  Abdul-Aziz Kurdzi (BLR)
10m Air Rifle  Grigorii Shamakov (RUS)  Alexander Vasilyev (RUS)  Denis Goncharenko (RUS)

Women's Youth events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
10m Air Pistol  Nadezhda Koloda (RUS)  Camille Jedrzejewski (FRA)  Giulia Campostrini (ITA)
10m Air Rifle  Johanna Theresa Tripp (GER)  Anna Janssen (GER)  Viivi Natalia Kemppi (FIN)

Medal table[edit]

  • After 73 of 73 Events (36 Individual + 37 Team) (originally 79 events)
  • 45 Senior Events + 28 Junior Events = 73 (2 Senior and 4 Junior Events not counted in medal table). also Youth Events Not counted in table. because of Youth Olympic Qualification.
  • http://www.esc-shooting.org/documents/results/
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Ukraine (UKR)108422
2 Russia (RUS)8111332
3 Italy (ITA)85518
4 Germany (GER)710825
5 Czech Republic (CZE)62210
6 Sweden (SWE)54514
7 France (FRA)53715
8  Switzerland (SUI)4105
9 Belarus (BLR)4004
10 Great Britain (GBR)3014
11 Austria (AUT)25512
12 Norway (NOR)1416
13 Hungary (HUN)1337
14 Finland (FIN)1269
15 Bulgaria (BUL)1113
 Denmark (DEN)1113
 Serbia (SRB)1113
18 Latvia (LAT)1023
19 Greece (GRE)1001
 Portugal (POR)1001
 San Marino (SMR)1001
 Turkey (TUR)1001
23 Croatia (CRO)0314
24 Poland (POL)0303
25 Cyprus (CYP)0224
26 Slovenia (SLO)0213
27 Estonia (EST)0123
28 Slovakia (SVK)0112
29 Malta (MLT)0011
Totals (29 nations)737373219

Results Link[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Championship". Retrieved 20 July 2017.
  2. ^ "European Shooting Championship starts in Baku". azertag.az.
  3. ^ "European Shooting Championships officially open in Baku". azertag.az.
  4. ^ "932 athletes from 43 countries to compete at European Shooting Championship in Baku". azertag.az.