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Hilde Nakling

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Hilde Nakling
Personal information
Born4 May 1982 (1982-05-04) (age 42)
Medal record
Representing  Norway
IPSC Handgun World Shoot
Gold medal – first place 2014 Frostproof Lady Standard
Bronze medal – third place 2017 Châteauroux Lady Standard
IPSC European Handgun Championship
Bronze medal – third place 2010 Belgrade Lady Standard

Hilde Nakling (born 4. May 1982) is a Norwegian shooter who during the 2014 IPSC World Shoot claimed the title as World Champion in the Lady Standard Division.[1][2] She is the daughter of Vidar Nakling,[3] 1980 IPSC European Champion[4] and an active shooter until 1996. Hilde visited the shooting range for the first time already three months old, and gradually got to try various small firearms. During the early years she only attended the range once or twice a year, and it was not until she took a beginners course in 2005 that she became seriously hooked. Since 2006 she has competed actively.[5] To prepare for the 2014 World Shoot she quit her day job as a nurse at the Oslo University Hospital, and continued to work shifts as a nurse on the pediatric ward.[6]




  1. ^ Norwegian: Østlandets Blad - Hilde Nakling tok VM-gull i dynamisk sportsskyting
  2. ^ a b IPSC.org Match Results 2014 WORLD SHOOT - HANDGUN
  3. ^ Norwegian: Ås Avis - Hilde Nakling sikter mot nye mål
  4. ^ IPSC.org :: View a Champion
  5. ^ "Norwegian: Magne Landrø AS / Sponsorater / Landrø IPSC Pistol Team/ Hilde Nakling". Archived from the original on 2015-02-11. Retrieved 2015-02-11.
  6. ^ Norwegian: Skuddsikker sykepleier | Sykepleien.no
  7. ^ IPSC.org :: Match Results 2010 European Handgun Championship
  8. ^ IPSC.org :: Match Results 2011 World Shoot XVI
  9. ^ IPSC.org :: Match Results 2008 World Shoot XV