ISSF 300 meter rifle prone

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ISSF 300 meter rifle prone
Eric uptagrafft 300m prone 2013.jpg
Men
Number of shots 60
World Championships Since 1982
Abbreviation 300FR60PR
Women
Number of shots 60
World Championships Since 2002
Abbreviation 300R60PR

300 metre rifle prone is an ISSF shooting event. It was added to the World Championship program in 1982, and was based on the English Match but shot with the same full-power rifle as in 300 metre rifle three positions. The course of fire, like in the small-bore 50 metre rifle prone, is 60 shots for both men and women.

300 metre rifle has been a declining event for many decades because of the considerable cost for competing in the event and the difficulty of creating ranges for it. 300 metre Rifle is still on the World and regional championships program, though.

World Championships, Men[edit]

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1982 Venezuela Caracas  Victor Daniltchenko (URS)  Malcolm Cooper (GBR)  Ernest van de Zande (USA)
1986 Sweden Skoevde  Malcolm Cooper (GBR)  Pekka Roeppaenen (FIN)  Glenn Dubis (USA)
1990 Soviet Union Moscow  Harald Stenvaag (NOR)  Norbert Sturny (SUI)  Thomas Tamas (USA)
1994 Italy Tolmezzo  Bernd Ruecker (GER)  Petr Kurka (CZE)  Roger Chassat (FRA)
1998 Spain Zaragoza  Bengt Andersson (SWE)  Tapio Saynevirta (FIN)  Glenn Dubis (USA)
2002 Finland Lahti  Norbert Sturny (SUI)  Thomas Jerabek (CZE)  Michael Larsson (SWE)
2006 Croatia Zagreb  Lubos Opelka (CZE)  Peter Sidi (HUN)  Rajmond Debevec (SLO)
2010 Germany Munich  Stefan Raser (AUT)  Vebjoern Berg (NOR)  Marcel Zobrist (SUI)
2014 Spain Granada  Valerian Sauveplane (FRA)  Johan Gustafsson (SWE)  Michael Mcphail (USA)

World Championships, Men Team[edit]

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1982 Venezuela Caracas Soviet Union Soviet Union
Victor Daniltchenko
Gennadi Lushikov
Vladimir Lvov
Viktor Vlasov
Switzerland Switzerland
Kuno Bertschy
Walter Inderbitzin
Anton Mueller
Ueli Sarbach
Norway Norway
Tore Hartz
Terje Melbye-Hansen
Geir Skirbekk
Kare Inge Viken
1986 Sweden Skoevde France France
Pascal Bessy
Michel Bury
Dominique Maquin
Finland Finland
Kalle Leskinen
Mauri Roeppaenen
Pekka Roeppaenen
Norway Norway
Joern Dalen
Harald Stenvaag
Kare Inge Viken
1990 Soviet Union Moscow Norway Norway
Joern Dalen
Geir Magne Rolland
Harald Stenvaag
United States United States of America
Bradley Carnes
Glenn Dubis
Thomas Tamas
United Kingdom Great Britain
Malcolm Cooper
John Davis
Michael Sullivan
1994 Italy Tolmezzo Finland Finland
Kalle Leskinen
Tapio Saynevirta
Jukka Salonen
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Milan Bakes
Petr Kurka
Milan Mach
Switzerland Switzerland
Olivier Cottagnoud
Eric Chollet-Durand
Norbert Sturny
1998 Spain Zaragoza Sweden Sweden
Bengt Andersson
Jonas Edman
Michael Larsson
Norway Norway
Espen Berg-Knutsen
Arild Roeyseth
Thore Larsen
France France
Pascal Bessy
Jean-Pierre Amat
Roger Chassat
2002 Finland Lahti Norway Norway
Vebjørn Berg
Per-Gunnar Bund
Arild Roeyseth
United States United States of America
Glenn Dubis
Thomas Tamas
Eric Uptagrafft
Sweden Sweden
Anders Brandt
Johan Gustafsson
Michael Larsson
2006 Croatia Zagreb Norway Norway
Vebjoern Berg
Espen Berg-Knutsen
Magnus Wohlen
Sweden Sweden
Johan Gustafsson
Per Sandberg
Michael Larsson
Australia Australia
Warren Potent
Maris Taylor
David Hollister
2010 Germany Munich United Kingdom Great Britain
Tony Lincoln
Harry Creevy
Simon Aldhouse
Austria Austria
Stefan Raser
Christian Planer
Michael Podolak
France France
Josselin Henry
Valerian Sauveplane
Guillaume Bigot
2014 Spain Granada Norway Norway
Stian Bogar
Odd Arne Brekne
Ole Kristian Bryhn
United States United States of America
Eric Uptagrafft
Joseph Hein
Michael McPhail
France France
Cyril Graff
Josselin Henry
Valerian Sauveplane

World Championships, Women[edit]

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Finland Lahti  Charlotte Jakobsen (DEN)  Estelle Preti (SUI)  Lindy Hansen (NOR)
2006 Croatia Zagreb  Solveig Bibard (FRA)  Marina Giannini (ITA)  Charlotte Jakobsen (DEN)
2010 Germany Munich  Bettina Bucher (SUI)  Charlotte Jakobsen (DEN)  Catherine Houlmont (FRA)
2014 Spain Granada  Charlotte Jakobsen (DEN)  Eva Roesken (GER)  Anzela Voronova (EST)

World Championships, Women Team[edit]

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Finland Lahti Norway Norway
Lindy Hansen
Birgit Roenningen
Hanne Skarpodde
France France
Laure Berthillier
Cecile Bessy
Christine Chuard
Sweden Sweden
Annelie Bohlin
Marie Enqvist
Linda Harling
2006 Croatia Zagreb United States United States of America
Nicole Allaire
Janet Raab
Reya Kempley
France France
Solveig Bibard
Christine Chuard
Isabelle Grigorian
Denmark Denmark
Charlotte Jakobsen
Karin Hansen
Pernille Pedersen
2010 Germany Munich France France
Catherine Houlmont
Olivia Goberville
Christine Chuard
Germany Germany
Eva Friedel
Harriet Holzberger
Gudrun Wittmann
Poland Poland
Sylwia Bogacka
Karolina Kowalczyk
Alicja Ziaja
2014 Spain Granada Sweden Sweden
Marie Enqvist
Anna Normann
Elin Ahlin
Germany Germany
Eva Roesken
Gudrun Wittmann
Sandra Georg
France France
Olivia Goberville
Catherine Houlmont
Christine Chuard

World Championships, total medals[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Norway 6 2 3 11
2  France 4 2 6 12
3  Sweden 3 2 3 8
4   Switzerland 2 3 2 7
5  Denmark 2 1 2 5
6  Great Britain 2 1 1 4
7  Soviet Union 2 0 0 2
8  United States 1 3 5 9
9  Czech Republic 1 3 0 4
9  Finland 1 3 0 4
9  Germany 1 3 0 4
12  Hungary 0 1 0 1
12  Italy 0 1 0 1
14  Australia 0 0 1 1
14  Slovenia 0 0 1 1
14  Estonia 0 0 1 1
Total 25 25 25 75

Current world records[edit]

Current world records in 300 metre rifle prone
Men Individual 600  Harald Stenvaag (NOR)
 Bernd Rücker (GER)
August 15, 1990
July 31, 1994
Moscow (URS)
Tolmezzo (ITA)
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Teams 1794  Sweden (Brandt, Gustafsson, Larsson) August 4, 2001 Zagreb (CRO) edit
Women Individual 599  Charlotte Jakobsen (DEN)
 Bettina Bucher (SWI)
July 21, 2009
August 9, 2010
Osijek (CRO)
Munich (GER)
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Teams 1787  France (Houlmont, Goberville, Chuard) August 9, 2010 Munich (GER) edit