ISSF European Shooting Championships

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The ISSF European Shooting Championships are the main shooting championships in Europe.

Summary of Championships[edit]

# Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Events
No. of
Athletes
Notes
1 1955 Bucharest  Romania 21 25, 50, 300, Shotgun, Running Deer
2 1957 Belgrade  Yugoslavia 4 50
3 1959 Milan/Brescia  Italy 13 25, 50
4 1961 Budapest  Hungary 6 25, 50
5 1963 Oslo
Stockholm
 Norway
 Sweden
11
3
50, 300 (rifle)
25, 50 (pistol)
6 1965 Bucharest
Cairo
 Romania
 Egypt
10
9
25, 50
50, 300, Running Deer
7 1969 Plzeň  Czechoslovakia 16 25, 50, 300
8 1971 Suhl  East Germany 16 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
9 1975 Bucharest
Madrid
 Romania
 Spain
6
2
25, 50 (rifle)
25, 50 (pistol)
10 1977 Bucharest  Romania 8 25, 50
11 1979 Frankfurt
Lviv
 West Germany
 Soviet Union
3
7
25, 50 (women)
25, 50 (men)
12 1980 Madrid  Spain 3 25, 50 (women)
13 1981 Titograd  Yugoslavia 11 25, 50
14 1983 Bucharest  Romania 14 25, 50, Shotgun
15 1985 Osijek  Yugoslavia Shooting range "Pampas" 15 25, 50
16 1987 Lahti  Finland 24 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
17 1989 Zagreb  Yugoslavia 20 25, 50, Shotgun
18 1991 Bologna  Italy 20 25, 50, Shotgun
19 1993 Brno  Czech Republic 25 10, 25, 50, Shotgun
20 1995 Zürich   Switzerland 10 25, 50
21 1997 Kouvola  Finland 10 25, 50
22 1999 Bordeaux  France 12 25, 50
23 2001 Zagreb  Croatia 23 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
24 2003 Plzeň  Czech Republic 17 25, 50, 300
25 2005 Belgrade  Serbia and Montenegro 22 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
26 2007 Granada  Spain 22 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
27 2009 Osijek  Croatia Shooting range "Pampas" 22 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
28 2011 Belgrade  Serbia August 2–13 74 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
29 2013 Osijek  Croatia July 21 – August 4 Shooting range "Pampas" 46 25, 50, 300
30 2015 Maribor  Slovenia July 18 – August 1 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
31 2017 Baku  Azerbaijan July 21 - August 4 79 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
32 2019 Lonato del Garda  Italy September 9–22 25, 50, 300, Shotgun

Special Championships[edit]

Every year 2-4 special championships held for European countries in separate shooting disciplines.

Special Shotgun Championships[edit]

European Shotgun Championships were first held in 1956.

# Year City Date Venue No. of Indiv.
Events
No. of
Athletes
2 1956 Spain San Sebastián, Spain
2
3 1957 France Paris, France
4
4 1958 Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland
4
5 1959 Italy Turin, Italy
4
6 1960 Spain Barcelona, Spain/
France Paris, France
4
7 1961 Switzerland Bern, Switzerland
4
8 1962 Lebanon Beirut, Lebanon
4
9 1963 Czechoslovakia Brno, Czechoslovakia
4
10 1964 Italy Bologna, Italy
4
11 1965 Portugal Lisbon, Portugal
4
12 1966 Finland Lahti, Finland
4
13 1967 Czechoslovakia Brno, Czechoslovakia
4
14 1968 Belgium Namur, Belgium
4
15 1969 France Paris, France
4
16 1970 Romania Bucharest, Romania
4
18 1972 Spain Madrid, Spain
4
19 1973 Italy Turin, Italy
4
20 1974 France Antibes, France
4
21 1975 Austria Vienna, Austria
4
22 1976 Czechoslovakia Brno, Czechoslovakia
4
23 1977 United Kingdom Dorset, United Kingdom
4
24 1978 West Germany Suhl, West Germany
4
25 1979 Italy Montecatini, Italy
4
26 1980 Spain Zaragoza, Spain
4
27 1981 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
4
28 1982 Italy Montecatini, Italy
4
30 1984 Spain Zaragoza, Spain
4
31 1985 France Antibes, France
4
32 1986 Italy Montecatini, Italy
4
34 1988 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
4
36 1990 Sweden Uddevalla, Sweden
4
38 1992 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
6
40 1994 Portugal Lisbon, Portugal
6
41 1995 Finland Lahti, Finland
6
42 1996 Estonia Tallinn, Estonia
6
43 1997 Finland Sipoo, Finland
6
44 1998 Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
6
45 1999 France Poussan, France
6
46 2000 Italy Montecatini, Italy
6
48 2002 Italy Lonato del Garda, Italy
6
49 2003 Czech Republic Brno, Czech Republic
6
50 2004 Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
6
52 2006 Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia
5
54 2008 Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
5
56 2010 Russia Kazan, Russia
5
58 2012 Cyprus Larnaca, Cyprus
5
59 2013 Germany Suhl, Germany
60 2014 Hungary Sarlóspuszta, Hungary
62 2016 Italy Lonato, Italy
64 2018 Austria Leobersdorf, Austria

Special 10 m Events Championships[edit]

# Year City Date Venue
1 1971 Czechoslovakia Meziboří, Czechoslovakia
2 1972 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia
3 1973 Austria Linz, Austria
4 1974 Netherlands Enschede, Netherlands
5 1975 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
6 1976 France Paris, France
7 1977 Andorra Andorra la Vella, Andorra
8 1978 Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark
9 1979 Austria Graz, Austria
10 1980 Norway Oslo, Norway
11 1981 Greece Athens, Greece
12 1982 Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands
13 1983 West Germany Dortmund, West Germany
14 1984 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
15 1985 Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria
16 1986 Finland Espoo, Finland
17 1987 Czechoslovakia Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
18 1988 Norway Stavanger, Norway
19 1989 Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark
20 1990 Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands
21 1991 United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom
22 1992 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
23 1994 France Strasbourg, France
24 1995 Finland Vantaa, Finland
25 1996 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
26 1997 Poland Warsaw, Poland
27 1998 Estonia Tallinn, Estonia
28 1999 Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands
29 2000 Germany Munich, Germany
30 2001 Spain Pontevedra, Spain
31 2002 Greece Thessaloniki, Greece
32 2003 Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden
33 2004 Hungary Győr, Hungary
34 2005 Estonia Tallinn, Estonia
35 2006 Russia Moscow, Russia
36 2007 France Deauville, France
37 2008 Switzerland Winterthur, Switzerland
38 2009 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic
39 2010 Norway Meråker, Norway 7–14 March Meråker Arena and
Meråker Handball Arena
40 2011 Italy Brescia, Italy 3–6 March
41 2012 Finland Vierumäki, Finland 16–19 February
42 2013 Denmark Odense, Denmark 25 February-3 March Odense Congress Center
43 2014 Russia Moscow, Russia 26 February-3 March Olimpiyskiy
44 2015 Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands 2–8 March
45 2016 Hungary Győr, Hungary 22–28 February Audi Aréna
46 2017 Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia 6–12 March
47 2018 Hungary Budapest, Hungary 16–26 February
48 2019 Croatia Osijek, Croatia 16–25 March[1] Gradski vrt Hall[2]

Special 300 m Events Championships[edit]

The list is incomplete

# Year City Date Venue No. of Indiv.
Events
No. of
Athletes
1959 Switzerland Winterthur, Switzerland
5
1977 Switzerland Winterthur, Switzerland
5
1981 Finland Oulu, Finland
5
1983 Norway Oslo, Norway
5
1985 Switzerland Zürich, Switzerland
5
1989 Finland Lahti, Finland
5
1991 Switzerland Winterthur, Switzerland
5
1993 Switzerland Thun, Switzerland
3
1995 Sweden Boden, Sweden
3
1997 Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark
3
1999 France Saint-Jean-de-Marsacq, France
3

Special Running Target Championships[edit]

The list is incomplete

# Year City Date Venue No. of Indiv.
Events
No. of
Athletes
1959 Sweden Sandviken, Sweden
3
1969 Sweden Sandviken, Sweden
1
1973 West Germany Munich, West Germany
1
1978 East Germany Suhl, East Germany
1
1981 Hungary Miskolc, Hungary
1
1995 Finland Lahti, Finland
2
1997 Finland Sipoo, Finland
2
2013 Germany Suhl, Germany
2

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ISSF - International Shooting Sport Federation - issf-sports.org". www.issf-sports.org. Retrieved 2019-02-17.
  2. ^ "ESC - Home". www.esc-shooting.org. Retrieved 2019-03-23.