Petr Litvinchuk

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Petr Litvinchuk
Personal information
Born (1976-04-14) 14 April 1976 (age 41)
Sport
Country Belarus
Sport Sport shooting

Petr Litvinchuk (born 14 April 1976) is a sport shooter from Belarus.[1][2] He was born in Brest, Belarus, and lives in Minsk, Belarus.[3]

He competed for Belarus in the 2008 Summer Olympics, coming in 17th in the Men's 50m rifle prone.[4]

He shares the world record in the 50 meter rifle prone competition, with a 600 he shot in 2003.[5]

Current world record in 50 m rifle prone[edit]

Current world records held in 50 m Rifle Prone
Men Qualification 600  Viatcheslav Botchkarev (URS)
 Stevan Pletikosić (YUG)
 Jean-Pierre Amat (FRA)
 Christian Klees (GER)
 Sergei Martynov (BLR)
 Thomas Tamas (USA)
 Sergei Martynov (BLR)
 Sergei Martynov (BLR)
 Petr Litvinchuk (BLR)
 Wolfram Waibel Jr. (AUT)
 Wolfram Waibel Jr. (AUT)
 Christian Lusch (GER)
 Eric Uptagrafft (USA)
 Valérian Sauveplane (FRA)
 Sergei Martynov (BLR)
 Sergei Martynov (BLR)
 Matthew Emmons (USA)
 Guy Starik (ISR)
 Sergei Martynov (BLR)
13 July 1989
29 August 1991
27 April 1994
25 July 1996
23 May 1997
28 July 1998
4 September 1998
8 June 2000
11 June 2003
18 July 2003
3 March 2004
27 October 2004
11 May 2005
11 May 2005
26 August 2005
29 March 2006
9 May 2007
18 May 2008
3 August 2012
Zagreb (YUG)
Munich (GER)
Havana (CUB)
Atlanta (USA)
Munich (GER)
Barcelona (ESP)
Buenos Aires (ARG)
Munich (GER)
Munich (GER)
Plzeň (CZE)
Sydney (AUS)
Bangkok (THA)
Fort Benning (USA)
Fort Benning (USA)
Munich (GER)
Guangzhou (CHN)
Bangkok (THA)
Munich (GER)
London (ENG)
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References[edit]

  1. ^ "2008 Beijing Summer Olympics | Petr LITVINCHUK Profile & Bio, Photos & Videos". 2008.nbcolympics.com. 14 April 1976. Retrieved 16 November 2011. 
  2. ^ "ISSF - International Shooting Sport Federation". issf-sports.org. Retrieved 14 November 2011. 
  3. ^ "ISSF". International Shooting Sport Federation. Retrieved 16 November 2011. 
  4. ^ "Shooting sports - Petr Litvinchuk (Belarus): season totals". The-sports.org. Retrieved 16 November 2011. 
  5. ^ "european_records.pdf" (PDF). www.echbrescia2011.it/. Retrieved 16 November 2011. 

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