Shooting at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics

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Shooting
at the II Summer Youth Olympic Games
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Venue Fangshan Sports Training Base
Dates August 17–22
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Shooting at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held from August 17 to August 22. The events took place at the Fangshan Sports Training Base in Nanjing, China.

Qualification[edit]

Each National Olympic Committee (NOC) can enter a maximum of 4 athletes, 1 per each event. As hosts, China is given a spot to compete in boys’ 10 m air pistol and girls’ 10 m air rifle events and a further 24, 6 in each event will be decided by the Tripartite Commission. The remaining 54 places shall be decided by qualification events, namely five continental qualification tournaments.[1]

To be eligible to participate at the Youth Olympics athletes must have been born between 1 January 1996 and 31 December 1999. Furthermore, all shooters must have achieved the following Minimum Qualification Score (MQS).[1]

  • Boys 10 m Air Rifle: 60 Shots, Score of 552
  • Boys 10 m Air Pistol: 60 Shots, Score of 540
  • Girls 10 m Air Rifle: 40 Shots, Score of 368
  • Girls 10 m Air Pistol: 40 Shots, Score of 355

The MQS must be achieved between 1 April 2013 and 8 June 2014 at an ISSF registered event.[1]

Summary[edit]

Nation Men Women Athletes
Rifle Pistol Rifle Pistol
 Armenia X X 2
 Argentina X X 2
 Australia X X X X 4
 Austria X 1
 Azerbaijan X 1
 Bangladesh X 1
 Belarus X 1
 Bhutan X 1
 Bulgaria X X 2
 Canada X X 2
 China X X X 3
 Colombia X 1
 Croatia X X 2
 Czech Republic X 1
 Denmark X 1
 Egypt X X X 3
 Finland X 1
 France X 1
 Germany X 1
 Greece X 1
 Guatemala X 1
 Hungary X 1
 India X X 2
 Indonesia X 1
 Iran X 1
 Italy X 1
 Japan X 1
 Kazakhstan X 1
 Kuwait X 1
 Kyrgyzstan X 1
 Latvia X 1
 Macedonia X 1
 Malaysia X 1
 Mexico X X X 3
 Moldova X 1
 Mongolia X 1
 Norway X 1
 Pakistan X 1
 Philippines X 1
 Poland X 1
 Qatar X 1
 Russia X X 2
 San Marino X 1
 Serbia X X 2
 Singapore X X 2
 Slovakia X 1
 Slovenia X 1
 South Africa X 1
 South Korea X X 2
 Switzerland X 1
 Chinese Taipei X X 2
 Tajikistan X 1
 Thailand X 1
 Turkey X 1
 United Arab Emirates X 1
 Ukraine X X X 3
 Uzbekistan X X 2
Total: 57 NOCs 20 20 20 20 80

10m Air Rifle[edit]

Event Location Date Total Places Qualified Boys Qualified Girls
Host Nation - - 0/1 -  China
2013 Oceania Championship[2] Australia Sydney 29 Nov–5 Dec 2013 1  Australia  Australia
2014 African Championship[2] Egypt Cairo 17–26 February 2014 1  South Africa  Egypt
2014 European Championship[2] Russia Moscow 26 Feb–6 Mar 2014 5/6  Armenia
 Croatia
 Hungary
 Serbia
 Turkey
 Austria
 Croatia
 Germany
 Russia
 Serbia
 Ukraine
2014 Asian Championship[2] Kuwait Kuwait City 7–13 March 2014 4/3  China
 Chinese Taipei
 India
 Uzbekistan
 Iran
 Mongolia
 Singapore
American Qualification Tournament[2] United States Fort Benning 26 Mar–4 Apr 2014 2  Argentina
 Mexico
 Mexico
 Argentina
Tripartite Invitation[2] - - 7/6  Bhutan  Bangladesh
 Kuwait
 Macedonia
 San Marino
 United Arab Emirates
Reallocation Wild Card[2] - -  Finland
 Indonesia
 Italy
 Japan
 Philippines
 Qatar
 Switzerland
TOTAL 20 20

10m Air Pistol[edit]

Event Location Date Total Places Qualified Boys Qualified Girls
Host Nation - - 1/0  China -
2013 Oceania Championship[2] Australia Sydney 29 Nov–5 Dec 2013 1  Australia  Australia
2014 African Championship[2] Egypt Cairo 17–26 February 2014 1  Egypt  Egypt
2014 European Championship[2] Russia Moscow 26 Feb–6 Mar 2014 4/6  Armenia
 Bulgaria
 France
 Ukraine
 Bulgaria
 Czech Republic
 Greece
 Latvia
 Russia
 Ukraine
2014 Asian Championship[2] Kuwait Kuwait City 7–13 March 2014 3/4  South Korea
 Thailand
 Uzbekistan
 Chinese Taipei
 India
 Singapore
 South Korea
American Qualification Tournament[2] United States Fort Benning 26 Mar–4 Apr 2014 2  Guatemala
 Canada
 Mexico
 Canada
Tripartite Invitation[2] - - 8/6  Pakistan
Reallocation Wild Card[2] - -  Azerbaijan
 Colombia
 Kazakhstan
 Kyrgyzstan
 Malaysia
 Moldova
 Slovenia
 Tajikistan
 Belarus
 Denmark
 Norway
 Poland
 Slovakia
TOTAL 20 20

Schedule[edit]

The competition schedule was released by the ISSF.[3]

All times are CST (UTC+8)
Event Date Event Day Starting Time Event Details
August 17 Sunday 09:00 Girls' 10m Air Pistol Qualification
August 17 Sunday 11:00 Girls' 10m Air Pistol Finals
August 18 Monday 09:00 Boys' 10m Air Pistol Qualification
August 18 Monday 11:15 Boys' 10m Air Pistol Finals
August 19 Tuesday 09:00 Girls' 10m Air Rifle Qualification
August 19 Tuesday 11:00 Girls' 10m Air Rifle Finals
August 20 Wednesday 09:00 Boys' 10m Air Rifle Qualification
August 20 Wednesday 11:15 Boys' 10m Air Rifle Finals
August 20 Wednesday 13:15 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team Qualification
August 20 Wednesday 15:00 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team Round of 16
August 21 Thursday 09:00 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team Quarterfinals
August 21 Thursday 11:00 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team Finals
August 21 Thursday 13:45 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team Qualification
August 21 Thursday 15:30 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team Round of 16
August 22 Friday 09:00 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team Quarterfinals
August 22 Friday 11:00 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team Finals

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
-  Mixed-NOCs 2 2 2 6
1  China 1 0 0 1
1  Poland 1 0 0 1
1  Switzerland 1 0 0 1
1  Ukraine 1 0 0 1
5  South Korea 0 1 1 2
6  Armenia 0 1 0 1
6  Russia 0 1 0 1
6  Singapore 0 1 0 1
9  France 0 0 1 1
9  Germany 0 0 1 1
9  Hungary 0 0 1 1
Total 6 6 6 18

10m Air Rifle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys' 10m Air Rifle
details
Yang Haoran
 China
Hrachik Babayan
 Armenia
István Péni
 Hungary
Girls' 10m Air Rifle
details
Sarah Hornung
 Switzerland
Martina Lindsay Veloso
 Singapore
Julia Budde
 Germany
Mixed Teams' 10m Air Rifle
details
Hadir Mekhimar
 Egypt
István Péni
 Hungary
Fernanda Russo
 Argentina
Santos Valdés
 Mexico
Viktoriya Sukhorukova
 Ukraine
Shao-Chuan Lu
 Chinese Taipei

10m Air Pistol[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boys' 10m Air Pistol
details
Pavlo Korostylov
 Ukraine
Kim Cheong-yong
 South Korea
Édouard Dortomb
 France
Girls' 10m Air Pistol
details
Agata Nowak
 Poland
Margarita Lomova
 Russia
Kim Min-jung
 South Korea
Mixed Teams' 10m Air Pistol
details
Lidia Nencheva
 Bulgaria
Vladimir Svechnikov
 Uzbekistan
Teh Xiu Yi
 Singapore
Ahmed Mohamed
 Egypt
Agate Rasmane
 Latvia
Wilmar Madrid
 Guatemala

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Qualification System: Shooting" (PDF). ISSF. June 2012. Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Quota Places by Name and Nation". ISSF. 21 June 2014. Retrieved 22 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "Competition Schedule by Event & Session" (PDF). ISSF. 19 July 2013. Retrieved 1 February 2014.