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2008 ISSF World Cup Final (rifle and pistol)

The 2008 ISSF World Cup Final in rifle and pistol events was held 3–5 November 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand, as the conclusion of the 2008 World Cup season. The final was held in Bangkok for the second consecutive time, and third overall.

There were twelve spots in each of the ten events. The defending champion from the 2007 World Cup Final and all medalists of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing qualified automatically for Bangkok. The remaining eight qualified through a special point-awarding system based on their best performance during the World Cup season, skipping past automatic qualifiers. Not counting the defending champion and the Olympic medalists, there was a maximum of two shooters per event from the same country.

The qualification system awarded a win with 15 points, a silver medal with 10, a bronze medal with 8, a fourth place with 5, a fifth with 4, a sixth with 3, a seventh with 2 and an eighth place with 1 point. It also gave out points for qualification scores within a certain range from the current world record: from 1 point for fourteen points off the record, to 15 points for equalling or raising it.

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Schedule and winnersEdit

All times are local (UTC+7).

Day Event Final time Winner
3 November (Monday) Men's 50 metre rifle prone 11:30   Warren Potent (AUS)
Men's 50 metre pistol 12:30   Jin Jong-oh (KOR)
Women's 25 metre pistol 13:30   Munkhbayar Dorjsuren (GER)
4 November (Tuesday) Men's 25 metre rapid fire pistol 14:30   Alexey Klimov (RUS)
Women's 50 metre rifle three positions 15:30   Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER)
Men's 50 metre rifle three positions 16:30   Matthew Emmons (USA)
5 November (Wednesday) Women's 10 metre air rifle 10:30   Wu Liuxi (CHN)
Men's 10 metre air rifle 11:30   Gagan Narang (IND)
Women's 10 metre air pistol 12:30   Ren Jie (CHN)
Men's 10 metre air pistol 13:30   Oleg Omelchuk (UKR)

Men's 50 metre rifle three positionsEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Matthew Emmons (USA) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Qiu Jian (CHN) OG Beijing Olympic gold medalist
  Jury Sukhorukov (UKR) OG Beijing Olympic silver medalist
  Rajmond Debevec (SLO) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Jia Zhanbo (CHN) WC Munich 15 9 24
  Artur Ayvazyan (UKR) WC Milan 15 4 19
  Josselin Henry (FRA) WC Beijing 15 2 17
  Thomas Farnik (AUT) WC Rio de Janeiro 15 0 15
  Sergei Kovalenko (RUS) WC Munich 8 4 12
  Artem Khadjibekov (RUS) WC Munich 10 1 11
  Maik Eckhardt (GER) WC Milan 10 0 10
  Vebjørn Berg (NOR) WC Rio de Janeiro 8 0 8

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter Prone Stand Kneel Qual Notes Final Total
    Matthew Emmons (USA) 394 388 389 1171 98.0 1269.0
    Artur Ayvazyan (UKR) 399 380 387 1166 99.7 1265.7
    Jia Zhanbo (CHN) 399 379 389 1167 97.6 1264.6
4   Rajmond Debevec (SLO) 395 380 393 1168 95.8 1263.8
5   Vebjørn Berg (NOR) 400 374 391 1165 97.2 1262.2
6   Maik Eckhardt (GER) 397 378 392 1167 95.1 1262.1
7   Thomas Farnik (AUT) 398 373 391 1162 98.3 1260.3
8   Jury Sukhorukov (UKR) 389 376 395 1160 99.5 1259.5
9   Sergei Kovalenko (RUS) 395 376 387 1158
10   Qiu Jian (CHN) 395 373 386 1154
11   Josselin Henry (FRA) 389 369 386 1144
  Artem Khadjibekov (RUS) DNS

DNS Did not start

Men's 50 metre rifle proneEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Sergei Martynov (BLR) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Artur Ayvazyan (UKR) OG Beijing Olympic gold medalist
  Matthew Emmons (USA) OG Beijing Olympic silver medalist
  Warren Potent (AUS) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Stevan Pletikosić (SRB) WC Rio de Janeiro 15 13 28
  Torben Grimmel (DEN) WC Milan 15 12 27
  Thomas Tamas (USA) WC Beijing 10 14 24
  Neil Stirton (GBR) WC Munich 10 14 24
  Michael McPhail (USA) WC Beijing 8 13 21
  Toshikazu Yamashita (JPN) WC Milan 10 11 21
  Jury Sukhorukov (UKR) WC Beijing 5 13 18
  Tomáš Jeřábek (CZE) WC Munich 5 12 17

Tamas did not participate and was replaced by Valérian Sauveplane.

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter Qual Final Total
    Warren Potent (AUS) 598 104.2 702.2
    Matthew Emmons (USA) 596 104.7 700.7
    Toshikazu Yamashita (JPN) 595 104.9 699.9
4   Michael McPhail (USA) 595 104.4 699.4
5   Artur Ayvazyan (UKR) 595 104.1 699.1
6   Valérian Sauveplane (FRA) 595 103.0 698.0
7   Tomáš Jeřábek (CZE) 593 103.4 696.4
8   Jury Sukhorukov (UKR) 594 101.5 695.5
9   Torben Grimmel (DEN) 592
10   Stevan Pletikosić (SRB) 591
11   Sergei Martynov (BLR) 590
12   Neil Stirton (GBR) 586

Men's 10 metre air rifleEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Zhu Qinan (CHN) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Abhinav Bindra (IND) OG Beijing Olympic gold medalist
  Henri Häkkinen (FIN) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Alin George Moldoveanu (ROU) WC Munich 15 14 29
  Péter Sidi (HUN) WC Rio de Janeiro 15 13 28
  Matthew Emmons (USA) WC Beijing 10 14 24
  Cao Yifei (CHN) WC Milan 10 11 21
  Gagan Narang (IND) WC Beijing 8 12 20
  Thomas Farnik (AUT) WC Munich 8 12 20
  Nemanja Mirosavljev (SRB) WC Rio de Janeiro 8 11 19
  Artur Ayvazyan (UKR) WC Milan 5 12 17

Bindra did not participate.

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter Qual Notes Final Total Notes
    Gagan Narang (IND) 600 EWR 103.5 703.5 WR
    Matthew Emmons (USA) 598 104.5 702.5
    Zhu Qinan (CHN) 599 103.3 702.3
4   Henri Häkkinen (FIN) 599 102.9 701.9
5   Péter Sidi (HUN) 599 102.3 701.3
6   Nemanja Mirosavljev (SRB) 597 103.9 700.9
7   Artur Ayvazyan (UKR) 596 104.2 700.2
8   Thomas Farnik (AUT) 597 101.0 698.0
9   Cao Yifei (CHN) 591
10   Alin George Moldoveanu (ROU) 591

EWR Equalled world record – WR World record

Men's 50 metre pistolEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Lin Zhongzai (CHN) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Jin Jong-oh (KOR) OG Beijing Olympic gold medalist
  Tan Zongliang (CHN) OG Beijing Olympic silver medalist
  Vladimir Isakov (RUS) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Boris Kokorev (RUS) WC Milan 15 6 21
  Pang Wei (CHN) WC Munich 10 5 15
  Tomoyuki Matsuda (JPN) WC Munich 15 0 15
  Oleg Omelchuk (UKR) WC Rio de Janeiro 15 0 15
  Daryl Szarenski (USA) WC Beijing 8 4 12
  Rashid Yunusmetov (KAZ) WC Beijing 10 0 10
  Francesco Bruno (ITA) WC Rio de Janeiro 10 0 10
  João Costa (POR) WC Milan 8 1 9

Tan did not participate.

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter Qual Final Total
    Jin Jong-oh (KOR) 570 97.2 667.2
    Tomoyuki Matsuda (JPN) 566 99.5 665.5
    Vladimir Isakov (RUS) 562 98.5 660.5
4   João Costa (POR) 560 98.5 658.5
5   Pang Wei (CHN) 559 94.2 653.2
6   Francesco Bruno (ITA) 562 91.0 653.0
7   Oleg Omelchuk (UKR) 555 95.0 650.0
8   Rashid Yunusmetov (KAZ) 551 92.4 643.4
9   Lin Zhongzai (CHN) 549
10   Boris Kokorev (RUS) 548
11   Daryl Szarenski (USA) 544

Men's 25 metre rapid fire pistolEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Ralf Schumann (GER) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Oleksandr Petriv (UKR) OG Beijing Olympic gold medalist
  Christian Reitz (GER) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Sergei Alifirenko (RUS) WC Beijing 15 10 25
  Leuris Pupo (CUB) WC Rio de Janeiro 10 11 21
  Iulian Raicea (ROU) WC Rio de Janeiro 8 9 17
  Ivan Stoukachev (RUS) WC Milan 8 7 15
  Zhang Penghui (CHN) WC Beijing 8 6 14
  René Vogn (DEN) WC Munich 4 7 11
  Jorge Llames (ESP) WC Milan 5 6 11
  Josef Fiala (CZE) WC Munich 5 6 11

Alifirenko, Pupo and Raicea did not participate and were replaced by Cha Sang-jun, Alexey Klimov and Taras Magmet.

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter 1st 2nd Qual Shoot-off Final Total
    Alexey Klimov (RUS) 292 293 585 204.7 789.7
    Christian Reitz (GER) 295 295 590 197.9 787.9
    Ralf Schumann (GER) 290 292 582 195.0 777.0
4   Zhang Penghui (CHN) 289 291 580 196.1 776.1
5   Oleksandr Petriv (UKR) 289 286 575 46 197.8 772.8
6   René Vogn (DEN) 288 289 577 190.7 767.7
7   Jorge Llames (ESP) 289 286 575 42
8   Cha Sang-jun (KOR) 289 285 574
9   Josef Fiala (CZE) 283 288 571
10   Taras Magmet (UKR) 283 285 568
11   Ivan Stoukachev (RUS) 275 288 563

Men's 10 metre air pistolEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Vladimir Isakov (RUS) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Pang Wei (CHN) OG Beijing Olympic gold medalist
  Jin Jong-oh (KOR) OG Beijing Olympic silver medalist
  Jason Turner (USA) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Lin Zhongzai (CHN) WC Munich 15 12 27
  Franck Dumoulin (FRA) WC Beijing 15 7 22
  Mauro Badaracchi (ITA) WC Rio de Janeiro 15 6 21
  Dilshod Mukhtarov (UZB) WC Milan 10 9 19
  Vladimir Gontcharov (RUS) WC Beijing 10 7 17
  Boris Kokorev (RUS) WC Milan 8 8 16
  Oleg Omelchuk (UKR) WC Rio de Janeiro 10 6 16
  Norayr Bakhtamyan (ARM) WC Beijing 5 8 13

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter Qual Final Total
    Oleg Omelchuk (UKR) 585 102.4 687.4
    Norayr Bakhtamyan (ARM) 588 97.2 685.2
    Vladimir Isakov (RUS) 584 100.1 684.1
4   Franck Dumoulin (FRA) 581 102.7 683.7
5   Jin Jong-oh (KOR) 581 102.0 683.0
6   Mauro Badaracchi (ITA) 581 100.1 681.1
7   Jason Turner (USA) 581 96.9 677.9
8   Dilshod Mukhtarov (UZB) 581 96.2 677.2
9   Boris Kokorev (RUS) 579
10   Vladimir Gontcharov (RUS) 578
11   Lin Zhongzai (CHN) 578
12   Pang Wei (CHN) 577

Women's 50 metre rifle three positionsEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Yin Wen (CHN) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Du Li (CHN) OG Beijing Olympic gold medalist
  Kateřina Emmons (CZE) OG Beijing Olympic silver medalist
  Eglis Yaima Cruz (CUB) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) WC Milan 15 8 23
  Jamie Beyerle (USA) WC Milan 10 8 18
  Kristina Vestveit (NOR) WC Milan 8 9 17
  Snježana Pejčić (CRO) WC Munich 10 7 17
  Morgan Hicks (USA) WC Rio de Janeiro 15 2 17
  Adela Sykorova (CZE) WC Munich 8 5 13
  Lioubov Galkina (RUS) WC Beijing 8 4 12
  Olga Dovgun (KAZ) WC Milan 4 6 10

Emmons did not participate. In addition, Thanyalak Chotphibunsin entered as the host country's wild card.

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter Prone Stand Kneel Qual Final Total Shoot-off
    Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) 199 195 196 590 98.8 688.8
    Olga Dovgun (KAZ) 200 196 193 589 99.3 688.3
    Lioubov Galkina (RUS) 199 193 194 586 97.5 683.5 10.4
4   Yin Wen (CHN) 197 195 194 586 97.5 683.5 9.8
5   Jamie Beyerle (USA) 198 188 194 580 100.3 680.3
6   Snježana Pejčić (CRO) 197 193 190 580 99.6 679.6
7   Eglis Yaima Cruz (CUB) 199 186 193 578 97.3 675.3
8   Morgan Hicks (USA) 196 190 192 578 93.7 671.7
9   Du Li (CHN) 199 189 190 578
10   Thanyalak Chotphibunsin (THA) 197 185 194 576
11   Kristina Vestveit (NOR) 195 189 191 575
12   Adela Sykorova (CZE) 195 187 188 570

Women's 10 metre air rifleEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Du Li (CHN) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Kateřina Emmons (CZE) OG Beijing Olympic gold medalist
  Lioubov Galkina (RUS) OG Beijing Olympic silver medalist
  Snježana Pejčić (CRO) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) WC Milan 15 15 30
  Barbara Lechner (GER) WC Rio de Janeiro 15 11 26
  Wu Liuxi (CHN) WC Milan 8 13 21
  Agnieszka Staron (POL) WC Munich 8 13 21
  Kim Eun-hye (KOR) WC Rio de Janeiro 8 11 19
  Olga Dovgun (KAZ) WC Beijing 4 14 18
  Emily Caruso (USA) WC Munich 4 14 18
  Natalia Kalnysh (UKR) WC Beijing 3 13 16

Emmons and Lechner did not participate, and were replaced by Beate Gauss. In addition, Thanyalak Chotphibunsin entered as the host country's wild card.

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter Qual Notes Final Total
    Wu Liuxi (CHN) 398 104.1 502.1
    Lioubov Galkina (RUS) 400 EWR 101.9 501.9
    Du Li (CHN) 396 105.1 501.1
4   Snježana Pejčić (CRO) 397 103.6 500.6
5   Sonja Pfeilschifter (GER) 396 104.5 500.5
6   Natalia Kalnysh (UKR) 396 104.2 500.2
7   Kim Eun-hye (KOR) 395 102.4 497.4
8   Olga Dovgun (KAZ) 395 101.9 496.9
9   Emily Caruso (USA) 395
10   Agnieszka Staron (POL) 392
11   Beate Gauss (GER) 391
12   Thanyalak Chotphibunsin (THA) 387

EWR Equalled world record

Women's 25 metre pistolEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Chen Ying (CHN) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Otryadyn Gündegmaa (MGL) OG Beijing Olympic silver medalist
  Munkhbayar Dorjsuren (GER) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Guo Wenjun (CHN) WC Munich 15 9 24
  Jasna Šekarić (SRB) WC Beijing 15 6 21
  Mariya Grozdeva (BUL) WC Rio de Janeiro 15 4 19
  Lalita Yauhleuskaya (AUS) WC Munich 8 7 15
  Sławomira Szpek (POL) WC Munich 10 5 15
  Stephanie Tirode (FRA) WC Beijing 10 3 13
  Tsogbadrakhyn Mönkhzul (MGL) WC Beijing 8 4 12
  Sandra Kolly (SUI) WC Rio de Janeiro 8 3 11

Kolly did not participate. In addition, Tanyaporn Prucksakorn entered as the host country's wild card.

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter Prec Rapid Qual Notes Final Total
    Munkhbayar Dorjsuren (GER) 294 296 590 203.1 793.1
    Stephanie Tirode (FRA) 294 295 589 203.5 792.5
    Mariya Grozdeva (BUL) 288 293 581 206.1 787.1
4   Jasna Šekarić (SRB) 292 292 584 202.2 786.2
5   Otryadyn Gündegmaa (MGL) 284 294 578 206.1 784.1
6   Sławomira Szpek (POL) 286 290 576 206.0 782.0
7   Lalita Yauhleuskaya (AUS) 285 292 577 203.9 780.9
8   Tsogbadrakhyn Mönkzhul (MGL) 286 288 574 205.3 779.3
9   Guo Wenjun (CHN) 291 282 573
10   Tanyaporn Prucksakorn (THA) 280 280 560
  Chen Ying (CHN) DNS

DNS Did not start

Women's 10 metre air pistolEdit

QualificationEdit

Shooter Event Rank points Score points Total
  Natalia Paderina (RUS) WCF 2007 Defending champion
  Guo Wenjun (CHN) OG Beijing Olympic gold medalist
  Nino Salukvadze (GEO) OG Beijing Olympic bronze medalist
  Sandra Kolly (SUI) WC Rio de Janeiro 15 9 24
  Stephanie Tirode (FRA) WC Beijing 15 8 23
  Mirosława Sagun-Lewandowska (POL) WC Munich 10 11 21
  Lalita Yauhleuskaya (AUS) WC Milan 8 9 17
  Sonia Franquet (ESP) WC Rio de Janeiro 10 7 17
  Ren Jie (CHN) WC Beijing 8 8 16
  Zsófia Csonka (HUN) WC Beijing 10 6 16
  Tien Chia-chen (TPE) WC Milan 8 7 15

Paderina, Kolly and Csonka did not participate and were replaced by Michela Suppo. In addition, Tanyaporn Prucksakorn entered as the host country's wild card.

ResultsEdit

Rank Shooter Qual Final Total
    Ren Jie (CHN) 389 99.9 488.9
    Stephanie Tirode (FRA) 389 97.5 486.5
    Guo Wenjun (CHN) 384 100.6 484.6
4   Nino Salukvadze (GEO) 384 98.0 482.0
5   Michela Suppo (ITA) 382 98.8 480.8
6   Mirosława Sagun-Lewandowska (POL) 383 97.0 480.0
7   Tien Chia-chen (TPE) 379 98.2 477.2
8   Tanyaporn Prucksakorn (THA) 379 96.3 475.3
9   Sonia Franquet (ESP) 378
10   Lalita Yauhleuskaya (AUS) 376

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