IPSC Rifle World Shoots

The IPSC Rifle World Shoot is the highest level rifle match within the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) which consists of several days and at least 30 separate courses of fire.[1] The Rifle World Shoots are held every third year on a rotational cycle with the other IPSC disciplines, meaning that since the last Handgun World Shoot was held in 2014, the following Shotgun World Shoot was held during 2015 and the next Rifle World Shoot in 2016. However, the 2016 Rifle World Shoot was rescheduled for 4-10 June 2017 in order to finish the construction of the new shooting range in the Patriot Park near Moscow, Russia.

History

The following is a list of previous and future World Shoots:

Individual Champions

Overall category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze World Shoot
2017 Open Teemu Rintala Raine Peltokoski Jarkko Laukia World Shoot I
2017 Standard Håvard Østgaard Sami Hautamaki Timo Vehvilainen World Shoot I
2017 Manual Open Roman Khalitov Egor Khramov Erik Bjaelkvall World Shoot I
2017 Manual Standard Vladimir Chamyan Andrei Kirisenko Vladimir Novikov World Shoot I

Lady category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze World Shoot
2017 Open Lena Miculek Ashley Rheuark Maria Gushchina World Shoot I
2017 Standard Anastasiya Tereshina Anna Puzyreva Elena Merkulova World Shoot I
2017 Manual Open Alena Karelina Irina Perfileva Tatiana Korobeinik World Shoot I
2017 Manual Standard Tatiana Isupova Olga Axyonkina Svetlana Kostromina World Shoot I

Junior category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze World Shoot
2017 Open Andrei Kalinin Albert Gladkovskiy Dmitry Novikov World Shoot I

Senior category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze World Shoot
2017 Open Jose Vidanes Armin Meesit Jeffrey Cramblit World Shoot I
2017 Standard Mikael Kaislaranta Jan Palka Vitaly Konev World Shoot I
2017 Manual Open Ramazan Mubarakov Evgeny Efimov Fabio Egidio Fossati World Shoot I

Super Senior category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze World Shoot
2017 Open Jerry Miculek Pertti Karhunen Peter Kressibucher World Shoot I

Teams

Overall teams

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze World Shoot
2017 Open  Finland  Russia  Norway World Shoot I
2017 Standard  Finland  Norway  Russia World Shoot I

Lady teams

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze World Shoot
2017 Open Lady  United States  Russia  Finland World Shoot I

Senior teams

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze World Shoot
2017 Open Senior  United States  Sweden  Italy World Shoot I

See also

References

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