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LATEST EVENTS 2012/2011


New Year Tournament - Trap - January 02, 2012
Milan Sotra, Partizan Belgrade, won the first place at Traditional New Year Tournament in trap event that took place on a pleasant day on January 02, 2012 at the BG Sport Centre Kovilovo Shooting Range.
24 shooters from Serbia and Montenegro competed with two rounds (50 targets) + finals, and Sotra won with 60 targets, after the shoot off with Rade Pavlovic (Queen -Senta). The third place went to Zoran Lukic (Grof -Kaliste, Pozarevac) with 59 targets.


“We used this fine event to present the awards for the best ranked shooters in trap event in 2011 - Milan Sotra, President of the Clay Target Shooting Federation of Serbia, said. - 2011 was a difficult, but successful year for us, as we have been excellent hosts of two big competitions - World Championship in Shotgun events in September, and European Championships in all shooting events in August. Quota places for London 2012 were achieved on both competitions.  Many representatives of both ISSF and ESC conveyed their congratulations on the successful organization and hospitality. I strongly believe that 2012 will be, result wise, much better for us and that our shooters, especially the young ones, will continue in right direction towards Rio 2016…”


The best ranked shooters in trap event in 2011: 1st place - Pera Nedic (Jedinstvo-Trap, Stara Pazova) with 69 points; 2nd place  -Zoran Lukic (Grof-Kaliste) with 54 points and junior Nemanja Smiljanic (Grof -Kaliste) was 3rd  with 47 points.
The best Club in 2011 was Grof from Kaliste with 78 points, Jedinstvo -Trap from Stara Pazova was the second with 78 points and Partizan -Belgrade, was the third with 30 points.
In 2010 Nemanja Smiljanic was the best individual and this is the second title in the row for Club Grof from Kaliste.
Congratulations to all!

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36 International Competition in shooting&GrandPrix December 10-11, 2011

At the Press Conference held in Tourist Organization of Belgrade, 5 of Serbian Olympic shooters - Ivana Maksimovic, Zorana Arunovic, Andrea Arsovic, Damir Mikec and Dimitrije Grgic, invited the shooting fans to come to BG Sport Centre Kovilovo, where the 36. International Competition in Belgrade would take place sixth time in a row.

This was one of competitions with a large number of participants, with 300 entries from 14 countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Slovenia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Salvador, Bulgaria, Italy, Hungary, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine and Serbia.

In Serbian team all of the London 2012 Olympic quota winners participated: in pistol events - Zorana Arunovic, Damir Mikec, Andrija Zlatic, Dimitrije Grgic,: in rifle events - Andrea Arsovic, Ivana Maksimovic and Nemanja Miroslavljev. Olympic candidates from Serbia also took place - Jasna Sekaric, Bobana Velickovic, Stevan Pletikosic and Milenko Sebic. Goran Maksimovic, national coach of Serbia, used this competition as one of criteria competitions for the forthcoming 10 m European Championships that would take place in Finland in February 2012, and all other shooters that participated tried their chances to win the place for this Championships.

The organizer of this Competition was Shooting Federation of Belgrade, supported by the Secretariat of Youth and Sport of Belgrade. 300 shooters competed at the BG Sport Centre Kovilovo in senior and junior events.

In men category, shooters from Serbia won 5 medals - 4 in senior and one in junior events: Andrija Zlatic won gold and Damir Mikec silver in pistol event, and Nemanja Mirosavljev was the first and Milenko Sebic the second in rifle event. Gold in junior rifle event went to Stefan Aleksandrovski, who also was the 8th in senior finals. In women category, Ivana Maksimovic, won the gold medal in rifle event. In pistol event - women - the 1st place went to Zorana Arunovic , the silver went to Jasna Sekaric. In junior rifle competition another shooter from Serbia took the gold medal - Ana Alentijev, with her personal record of 376 points.

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ISSF World Championships in Shotgun events took place from September 03 to September 14, 2011 at the BG Sport Centre Kovilovo Shooting Range. 75 countries participated, with 619 athletes and 625 entries. 60 medals in individual and team events were awarded to the shooters of 18 countries. Russian shooters were again the best - 12 medals (6 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze), leaving the shooters from China and USA on the second and third place. The exceptional results were achieved in all events and there were 12 new and equaled world records. Mr. Medhat Wahdan, ISSF Vice-President and Technical Delegate of the World Championship, said at the closing ceremony: “This has been one of the best Shotgun World Championship I have ever attended. We thank the organizers and our friend, Mr. Sotra (President of the Organizing Committee) for offering us these wonderful conditions. I have on my report twelve new and equaled world records. Numbers are telling us that this has been a great competition, also in terms of results… Our shooters have reached great picks. I believe this is the way to continue.” Clay Target Shooting Federation of Serbia, took part in all phases of preparation, organization and realization of both Championships, not only in competition and management activities, but in other important parts as well, based on ISSF rules and guidelines for the organization: accommodation, transport, sport firearms and ammunition import, visa support, opening and closing ceremonies, awards ceremonies, taking care of accommodation and transport of technical delegates, jury members and referees and other technical participants, accreditation, competition management, doping control, medical support, information, press center and media, storage room, industry, meals…. Mr. Milan Sotra, President of the Clay Target Shooting Federation of Serbia, was the President of both Organization Committees and Mrs. Snjezana Vajagic, Secretary General of Clay Target Federation of Serbia was the General Manager. Mrs. Snezana Samardzic Markovic, Minister of Ministry of Youth and Sport of Republic of Serbia, was the President of Honorary Organizing Committee for both the European and World Championship.

Ministry of Youth and Sport of Republic of Serbia supported the organization of both Championships, as well as other institutions and companies of Serbia: Olympic Committee of Serbia, Ministry of Defense, Ministry of the Interior, Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Tourist Organization of Serbia. Special thanks go to: BG Sport Centre Kovilovo, Metalija, Lasta, Belgrade Airport, Toyota Centre, Radijus Vektor and Sixt rent-a -car. General sponsor of both Championships was FETTER, Russian company.

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European Championships 2011 in all events - rifle-pistol 25 m, 50 m, 300m, Running Target and Shotgun - took place between July 31 and August 14, 2011 at the BG Sport Centre Kovilovo and Pancevo (300m) Shooting Ranges. Prior to the European Championships, ESC (European Shooting Confederation) organized the ESC Presidium Meeting and ESC General Assembly on July 30, 2011, where Mr. Vladimir Lisin, President, and all the key representatives of ESC were present. 47 nations participated, with 1057 competitors and 1452 entries. 213 medals were awarded for individual and team performances in senior and junior events. Shooters from Russian were at the first place with 39 medals (14 gold, 20 silver and 5 bronze), followed by Germany and France. The medals went to the athletes of 26 countries, and the shooters from Serbia won two medals in rifle-pistol events - Andrija Zlatic gold, and Tasana Bogatinovska (junior) bronze. Two new world records were achieved and 6 world records were equaled (all in shotgun events). 7 new European records and 6 European records were equaled. 32 shooters won their quota place for London 2012.

During the European Championships 2011 closing ceremony, Mrs. Kerstin Bodin, ESC Vice - President, used the opportunity to thank the hosts for the successful organization that enabled the achievement of the aforementioned records, emphasizing that the shooting range of BG Sport Centre Kovilovo were declared to be the best in the world, together with overall conditions of this unique complex and surroundings that gave possibilities for the participants to relax and concentrate.

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Grand Prix BELGRADE
„BG Sport Center Kovilovo“ Belgrade
July 20 – 24, 2011

International competition in shotgun events Grand Prix Belgrade took place at the Olympic Shooting Range BG Sport Centre Kovilovo, from July 20 to 24, 2011. The usual dates for this traditional GP are st end of September and beginning of October, but, due to the forthcoming big competitions – European Championships (July 31 to August 14, 2011) and World Championship (September 03 to 14, 2011), the GP was organized earlier in order to enable the sportsmen to have enough time and possibilities to prepare and train.

72 shooters participated – 34 skeet, 38 trap, from 14 countries, in men, men junior and women categories.

Clay targets used were the same that would be used at the Championships, and we had ideal weather and technical conditions, to the satisfaction both to the organizers and the competitors.

SKEET

Representatives of 10 countries competed in skeet event with 34 participants.

Results - Women:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

AVETISYAN ERDZHANI

ARMENIJA

93

2

AL-TEBAISHI DEENA

QATAR

82

3

MIHALACHE LUCIA

RUMUNIJA

79

Results - Men:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

TERRAS ANTHONY

FRANCUSKA

148

2

EFTHYMIOS MITAS

GRČKA

147

3

MAVROMMATIS NIKOLAOS

GRČKA

146

Results – Men Junior (five rounds):


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

DAVIDMANN CHARLES

VELIKA BRITANIJA

119

2

BARSEGYAN VOLODYA

ARMENIJA

117

3

BARSEGYAN MISHEL

ARMENIJA

111

There were 6 teams in Skeet-Men, and Romania (347 points) finished at the 1st place, Greece with 343 points was the 2nd and Qatar (337 points) won the 3rd place.

 

 

TRAP

38 shooters from 14 countires competed in Trap event.

Results - Women:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

NEAU STEPHANIE

FRANCUSKA

90

2

RACINET REAU DELPHI

FRANCUSKA

89

3

AL-ABDULLA AMNA

QATAR

83

Results - Men:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

Cernogoraz Giovanni

Hrvatska

147

2

Maček Bostjan

Slovenija

146

3

Scalzone Robert

Qatar

142+3

  Results – Men Junior (five rounds):


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

Abramović Radovan

Hrvatska

118

2

Akterzi Nihat

Kipar

116

3

Markis Andreas

Kipar

115

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GP PERAZZI
European Shotgun Cup Tournament
BG Sport Centre Kovilovo, Belgrade
May 17 – 22, 2011.

Grand Prix PERAZZI, European Shotgun Cup Tournament, took place at the Olympic Shooting Range BG Sport Centre Kovilovo, from May 17 to 22, 2011.

142 shooters participated from 21 country – 48 in skeet, 6 in double trap and 88 in trap event, in men (senior and junior) and women categories.

Amongst shooters there was a number of Olympic medal winners – starting from Sydney 2000   (Pia Hansen-SWE) to Beijing 2008 (David Kostelecky CZE), as well as many other top quality shotgun shooters. This European Cup is the Open Cup and shooters from other continents (Australia) also fought for the medals. Many of the shooters used this Grand Prix to try their luck and to check their form at this shooting range, as BG Sport Centre Kovilovo will be the host of two big international sport shooting competitions in 2011 – European Championships (July 31 to August 14, 2011) and World Championships (September 03 to 14, 2011).

The organizer of the Cup used the targets that would be used for the Chmapionships, so the shooters could get used to them. The participants were very satissfied with the targets – with color, breakbility and low weight tolerance.

Throughout the competition the weather was very pleasant and all the shooters expressed their satisfaction with the conditions for the competition and enjoyed in warm, friendly, real sports atmosphere.
SKEET
48 competitors from 14 countries participated in skeet event – 9 women and 39 men ( 30 seniors and 9 juniors).
Results - women:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

AVETISYAN ERDZHANI

-

96

2

HEINONEN MARJUT

FINLAND

93

3

LUNDQVIST THERESE

SWEDEN

91

Results - men:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

KEMPPAINEN MARKO

FINLAND

147

2

LAITINEN TIMO

FINLAND

146

3

LESKINEN LAURI

FINLAND

145

Results – men junior (five rounds):

Place

Name

Country

Total

1

HAATAJA MARKO

FINLAND

119

2

BARSEGYAN VOLODYA

-

117

3

MIKELIC NIKOLA

CROATIA

115+2

The best teams of 7 that participated in skeet team event were:

1. FINLAND 2 with 360 points
2. FINLAND 1 with 360 points
3. AUSTRIA    with  355 points

In DOUBLE TRAP event, there were 6 competitors, and the best were:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

BOGNAR RICHARD

HUNGARY

194

2

MARK RUSSELL

AUSTRALIA

193

3

GEREBICS ROLAND

HUNGARY

185

TRAP
88 shooters form 21 country competed in Trap event – 11 women, 69 men and 8 men junior.
Results - Women:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

SCANLAN LAETISHA

AUSTRALIA

94

2

KERWOOD CHARLOTTE

GREAT BRITAIN

92

3

STEFECEKOVA SUZANA

SLOVAKIA

91

Results - Men:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

Glasnovic Josip

CROATIA

145+11

2

Kostelecky David

Czech

145+10

3

Liptak Jiri

Češka

145+6

 
Results – Men juniors:


Place

Name

Country

Total

1

Collard Joshua

Australija

118

2

Kaufmann Martin

Austrija

115

3

McNabb Michael

Australija

113

In the team standings of the 18 teams (TRAP-men) the best were the following teams:
1. Croatia       370 target
2. Czech          361 target
3. Slovakia 1  350 target