Irada Ashumova

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Irada Ashumova
Medal record
Women's shooting
Competitor for  Azerbaijan
Olympic Games
Bronze 2004 Athens 25 m Pistol
World Championships
Silver 1998 Barcelona 25 m Pistol
Silver 2002 Lahti 25 m Pistol
Competitor for  Soviet Union
World Championships
Silver 1985 Mexico 10 m air rifle

Irada Suleyman qizi Ashumova (born February 25, 1958 in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR) is a female Azerbaijani sport shooter.

She competed in the 25 m Pistol competition at the 2004 Summer Olympics and won the bronze medal. She won a silver medal in the 2002 World Championships.

In the 2004 Olympics she also competed in 10 m Air Pistol without winning anything. However, she was part of the Soviet national team that set a team world record of 1152 in this discipline in 1985.

She competed in the 2012 Olympics [1]

Ashumova is a teacher at the Azerbaijan Institute of Physical Culture in Baku. She has been a scholarship holder with the Olympic Solidarity program since November 2002. She is married to sport shooting coach Vladimir Lunyov and is the mother of young shooter Ruslan Lunyov.

Olympic results
Event 1996 2000 2004 2012
25 metre pistol 15th
576
31st
569
3rd Bronze
588+99.3
23rd
578
10 metre air pistol 10th
381
45th
229 (DNF)
8th
386+95.4
39th
372

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