IPSC Shotgun World Shoots

The IPSC Shotgun World Shoot is the highest level shotgun match within the International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) and consists of several days and at least 30 separate courses of fire.[1] The Shotgun 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.

History

The first Shotgun World Shoot was held in 2012 in Debrecen, Hungary, and subsequent World Shoots are held in three year intervals.

Individual champions

The following is a list of previous and current Shotgun World Champions:[2]

Overall Category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze Venue
2012 Open Ivan Hos Oleksandr Shymchenko Josef Rakusan World Shoot I
2012 Modified Igor Jankovic Jani Lehtonen Goran Jankovic World Shoot I
2012 Standard Petri Henrik Ol Runtti Roberto Vezzoli Sergei Konov World Shoot I
2012 Standard Manual Hans Roger Karp Luigi Silvestroni Aleksandr Petukhov World Shoot I
2015 Open Vaclav Vinduska Roman Khalitov Dirk Frey World Shoot II
2015 Modified Nikola Mihajlovic Igor Jankovic Mikael Kaislaranta World Shoot II
2015 Standard Roberto Vezzoli Raine Peltokoski Teemu Rintala World Shoot II
2015 Standard Manual Kim Leppänen Jaakko Viitala Ari Matero World Shoot II

Lady Category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze Venue
2012 Open Malin Suebsuk Elsa Marianne Hansen Efstathia Chasogia World Shoot I
2012 Standard Lena Miculek Sandra Schuh Vanessa Duffy World Shoot I
2015 Open Alena Karelina Irene Canetta Natalia Rumyantseva World Shoot II
2015 Standard Lena Miculek-Afentul Dianna Muller Sandra Schuh World Shoot II

Junior Category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze Venue
2012 Standard Aphisit Kaewmuangpet Timon Blattner Evangelos Gravanis World Shoot I
2015 Standard Joshua Kenny Nathan Staskiewicz Timothy Yackley World Shoot II

Senior Category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze Venue
2012 Open Jerry Miculek Mario Riillo Ramazan Mubarakov World Shoot I
2012 Modified Branislav Raketic Enri Botturi Amedeo Sessa World Shoot I
2012 Standard Kurt Miller Jeffrey Cramblit Klaus Möller World Shoot I
2012 Standard Manual Boguslaw Gaweda Jukka Matti Mikkola Lumir Safranek World Shoot I
2015 Open Stefan Ekstedt Luciano Todisco Johan Hansen World Shoot II
2015 Modified Mikael Kaislaranta Roberto Galgani Branislav Raketic World Shoot II
2015 Standard Klaus Moeller Kurt Miller Jochen Tuerk World Shoot II
2015 Standard Manual Davide Bellini Adrie De Bot Luiz Backes World Shoot II

Super Senior Category

Year Division Gold Silver Bronze Venue
2012 Open Furio Liberti Carlo Belletti Michael John Scarlett World Shoot I
2015 Open Amedeo Sessa Carlo Belletti Massimo Corazzini World Shoot II
2015 Standard Gavino Mura Roberto Maritato Sergio Fontanelli World Shoot II
2015 Standard Manual Lumir Safranek Lothar Ring Massimo Grassi World Shoot II

See also

References

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