IPSC Shotgun World Shoots

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Daniel Horner firing his shotgun at a flying clay target during a match in South Carolina, USA in 2017.
Practical Shotgun
SportPractical shooting
FoundedIn the 1970's
Motto"Diligentia, Vis, Celeritas" (DVC), Latin for "precision, power, speed"
No. of teamsNational teams
CountryOver 100
Venue(s)Shooting ranges
ConfederationAfrican, Australasian, European and Pan-American Zones
Most recent
champion(s)
Finland Jarkko Laukia
(2018)
ClassificationICS (IPSC Classification System)
QualificationRegion dependent number of slots. Regional selection procedures.
Level on pyramid5
Domestic cup(s)National championships
Related
competitions
IPSC Handgun, Rifle and Action Air World Shoots
Official websiteipsc.org
Current sports event 2021 IPSC Shotgun World Shoot

The IPSC Shotgun World Shoot is the highest level shotgun match within the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) and consists of several days and at least 30 separate courses of fire.[1] The Shotgun World Shoots are held triennially on a rotational cycle with the other two main IPSC disciplines Handgun and Rifle.

History[edit]

The first Shotgun World Shoot was held in 2012 in Debrecen, Hungary, and consisted of 30 stages over 5 days and over 400 competitors.[2] The subsequent 2015 Shotgun World Shoot was held at the "Le Tre Piume" shooting range near Agna, Italy. The match had 30 stages over 5 days, and 635 competitors from 30 nations. The 2018 Shotgun World Shoot was held at the National Shooting Center in Châteauroux, France and consisted of 30 stages over 7 days, and 656 competitors from 39 nations. The next Shotgun World Shoot has been awarded to Thailand, and will be held in 2021.

List of Shotgun World Shoots[edit]

Individual champions[edit]

The following is a list of previous and current Shotgun World Champions:[3]

Overall Category[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
2012 Open Slovakia Ivan Hos Ukraine Oleksandr Shymchenko Czech Republic Josef Rakusan World Shoot I
2012 Modified Serbia Igor Jankovic Finland Jani Lehtonen Serbia Goran Jankovic World Shoot I
2012 Standard Finland Petri Henrik Ol Runtti Italy Roberto Vezzoli Russia Sergei Konov World Shoot I
2012 Manual Finland Hans Roger Karp Italy Luigi Silvestroni Russia Aleksandr Petukhov World Shoot I
2015 Open Czech Republic Vaclav Vinduska Russia Roman Khalitov Germany Dirk Frey World Shoot II
2015 Modified Serbia Nikola Mihajlovic Serbia Igor Jankovic Finland Mikael Kaislaranta World Shoot II
2015 Standard Italy Roberto Vezzoli Finland Raine Peltokoski Finland Teemu Rintala World Shoot II
2015 Manual Finland Kim Leppänen Finland Jaakko Viitala Finland Ari Matero World Shoot II
2018 Open United States Josh Froelich Czech Republic Vaclav Vinduska Russia Vladimir Kharitonov World Shoot III
2018 Modified Finland Teemu Rintala Finland Sami Hautamäki Italy Roberto Vezzoli World Shoot III
2018 Standard Finland Jarkko Laukia Finland Kim Leppänen United Kingdom Joshua Kenny World Shoot III
2018 Manual Finland Jaakko Viitala Russia Pavel Orlov Russia Yury Nikolaev World Shoot III

Lady Category[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
2012 Open Thailand Malin Suebsuk Sweden Elsa Marianne Hansen Greece Efstathia Chasogia World Shoot I
2012 Standard United States Lena Miculek Germany Sandra Schuh United Kingdom Vanessa Duffy World Shoot I
2015 Open Russia Alena Karelina Italy Irene Canetta Russia Natalia Rumyantseva World Shoot II
2015 Standard United States Lena Miculek-Afentul United States Dianna Muller Germany Sandra Schuh World Shoot II
2018 Open Russia Alena Karelina Italy Irene Canetta Russia Maria Shvarts World Shoot III
2018 Modified France Margaux Nycz Philippines Janice Navato Thailand Chanyanuch Parkyam World Shoot III
2018 Standard United States Lena Miculek United States Dianna Muller United States Dakota Overland World Shoot III
2018 Manual Italy Alessandra Moro Australia Arnya Olsen Brazil Cândida Tatian Balestiere Vargas World Shoot III

Junior Category[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
2012 Standard Thailand Aphisit Kaewmuangpet Switzerland Timon Blattner United Kingdom Evangelos Gravanis World Shoot I
2015 Standard United Kingdom Joshua Kenny United States Nathan Staskiewicz United States Timothy Yackley World Shoot II
2018 Standard United States Garrett Dietrich Brazil Lucas Roth United States Nicholas Realuyo World Shoot III

Senior Category[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
2012 Open United States Jerry Miculek Italy Mario Riillo Russia Ramazan Mubarakov World Shoot I
2012 Modified SerbiaBranislav Raketic ItalyEnri Botturi ItalyAmedeo Sessa World Shoot I
2012 Standard United States Kurt Miller United States Jeffrey Cramblit Germany Klaus Möller World Shoot I
2012 Manual Poland Boguslaw Gaweda Finland Jukka Matti Mikkola Czech Republic Lumir Safranek World Shoot I
2015 Open Sweden Stefan Ekstedt Italy Luciano Todisco Sweden Johan Hansen World Shoot II
2015 Modified Finland Mikael Kaislaranta Italy Roberto Galgani Serbia Branislav Raketic World Shoot II
2015 Standard Germany Klaus Moeller United States Kurt Miller Germany Jochen Tuerk World Shoot II
2015 Manual Italy Davide Bellini Netherlands Adrie De Bot Brazil Luiz Backes World Shoot II
2018 Open Sweden Johan Hansen United States Jojo Vidanes Italy Luciano Todisco World Shoot III
2018 Modified Finland Mikael Kaislaranta Serbia Branislav Raketic Italy Eduardo Roberto Buticchi World Shoot III
2018 Standard Finland Mika Riste Ukraine Ihor Zahurnyi Philippines Raul Jr Tolentino World Shoot III
2018 Manual Italy Davide Bellini Italy Luigi Silvestroni United Kingdom Iain Guy World Shoot III

Super Senior Category[edit]

Year Division Gold medal world centered-2.svg Gold Silver medal world centered-2.svg Silver Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Bronze Venue
2012 Open Italy Furio Liberti South Africa Carlo Belletti United Kingdom Michael John Scarlett World Shoot I
2015 Open Italy Amedeo Sessa South Africa Carlo Belletti Italy Massimo Corazzini World Shoot II
2015 Standard Italy Gavino Mura Argentina Roberto Maritato Italy Sergio Fontanelli World Shoot II
2015 Manual Czech Republic Lumir Safranek Germany Lothar Ring Italy Massimo Grassi World Shoot II
2018 Open Italy Giovanni Liberti Greece Apostolos Bechtsoudis Germany Michael Lautenschlager World Shoot III
2018 Standard Canada Karl Blum Germany Bernd Wiessner Italy Amedeo Sessa World Shoot III
2018 Manual Finland Matti Mikkola Germany Lothar Ring Thailand Thanapol Kuichairatana World Shoot III

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