2017 IPSC Rifle World Shoot

The 2017 IPSC Rifle World Shoot I held at the Patriot Park in Kubinka, Moscow, Russia was the first IPSC Rifle World Shoot. The match consisted of 30 stages over 6 days and 591 competitors from 40 nations.

2017 IPSC Rifle World Shoot
Official logo of the 2017 IPSC Rifle World Shoot.png
Official logo of the 2017 IPSC Rifle World Shoot
VenuePatriot Park
LocationKubinka, Moscow Oblast, Russia
DatesOpening Ceremony: 4. June
Main Match: 5. to 10. June
Shoot-Off: 11. June
Closing Ceremony: 11. June
Competitors591 from 40 nations
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
The opening ceremony at the 2017 IPSC Rifle World Shoot.

Originally the championship was planned to be held during 2016, but was rescheduled to 2017 in order to finish the construction of the new shooting range in Patriot Park near Moscow.[1]

The majority of targets were placed between 60 and 100 meters, but many stages also included targets between 200 and 300 meters.[2]

ChampionsEdit

OpenEdit

 
Teemu Rintala from Finland took gold in the Open division, which also was the largest division in the match.

The Semi Auto Open division had the largest match participation with 369 competitors (62.4%).

Individual
Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
  Gold   Teemu Rintala 2042.2323 100.00%
  Silver   Raine Peltokoski 2027.9855 99.30%
  Bronze   Jarkko Laukia 2002.1833 98.04%
4th   Olle Ackehed 1927.5757 94.39%
5th   Kim Leppänen 1919.4098 93.99%
6th   Vaclav Vinduska 1891.9187 92.64%
7th   Tuukka Jokinen 1876.4734 91.88%
8th   Rastislav Korba 1842.4736 90.22%
9th   Martin Humar 1838.1161 90.01%
10th   Tim Yackley 1838.0522 90.00%
Lady Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
  Gold   Lena Miculek 1725.0396 84.47% 100.00%
  Silver   Ashley Rheuark 1657.5176 81.16% 96.09%
  Bronze   Maria Gushchina 1370.2215 67.09% 79.43%
Junior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
  Gold   Andrei Kalinin 1211.1969 59.31% 100.00%
  Silver   Albert Gladkovskiy 1029.0289 50.39% 84.96%
  Bronze   Dmitry Novikov 931.6648 45.62% 76.92%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
  Gold   Jose Vidanes 1714.8147 83.97% 100.00%
  Silver   Armin Meesit 1659.9357 81.28% 96.80%
  Bronze   Jeffrey Cramblit 1614.7163 79.07% 94.16%
Super Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
  Gold   Jerry Miculek 1689.5569 82.73% 100.00%
  Silver   Pertti Karhunen 1485.0110 72.72% 87.89%
  Bronze   Peter Kressibucher 1300.5245 63.68% 76.97%
Teams Open
Overall Country Points Percent Team members
  Gold   Finland 6072.4011 100.00% Teemu Rintala, Raine Peltokoski, Jarkko Laukia, Kim Leppänen
  Silver   Russia 5377.2810 88.55% Gleb Svatikos, Sergey Orlov, Vadim Mikhailov, Maksim Shkoda
  Bronze   Norway 5356.0055 88.20% Kristian Rommen, Magnus Hagerud, Vegard Fredriksen, Glenn Ugulen
Lady teams Country Points Percent Team members
  Gold   United States 4692.3460 100.00% Lena Miculek, Ashley Rheuark, Sharon Miculek, Maggie Reese
  Silver   Russia 4002.7844 85.30% Maria Gushchina, Mariia Sveshnikova, Natalya Rimyantseva, Maria Shvarts
  Bronze   Finland 3369.0270 71.80% Marika Koskinen, Saara Nyman, Miia Kaartinen
Senior teams Country Points Percent Team members
  Gold   United States 4895.8937 100.00% Jose Vidanes, Jeffrey Cramblit, Barry Dueck, Michael Voigt
  Silver   Sweden 4613.3613 94.23% Johan Hansen, Leif Madsen, Per Bergfeldt, Johan Lindberg
  Bronze   Italy 4509.8117 92.11% Alessiopatrizio Galliani, Luciano Todisco, Fabrizio Pesce, Enri Botturi

StandardEdit

 
Håvard Østgaard took gold in the Standard Division in front of Sami Hautamäki and Timo Vehvilainen.

The Semi Auto Standard division had the second largest match participation with 131 competitors (22.2%).

Individual
Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
  Gold   Håvard Østgaard 2174.6414 100.00%
  Silver   Sami Hautamäki 2048.5280 94.20%
  Bronze   Timo Vehvilainen 1969.5648 90.57%
4th   Isto Hyyrylainen 1960.7511 90.16%
5th   George Gubich 1950.9981 89.72%
6th   Anton Nazarov 1912.7625 87.96%
7th   Aleksandr Shutov 1886.5092 86.75%
8th   Atte Vainionpaa 1884.6962 86.67%
9th   Roberto Vezzoli 1873.4592 86.15%
10th   Mikael Kaislaranta 1848.1289 84.99%
Lady Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
  Gold   Anastasiya Tereshina 1230.2798 56.57% 100.00%
  Silver   Anna Puzyreva 1225.5261 56.36% 99.61%
  Bronze   Elena Merkulova 1109.9866 51.04% 90.22%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
  Gold   Mikael Kaislaranta 1848.1289 84.99% 100.00%
  Silver   Jan Palka 1801.3948 82.84% 97.47%
  Bronze   Vitaly Konev 1696.1173 78.00% 91.78%
Teams Standard
Overall Country Points Percent Team members
  Gold   Finland 5978.8439 100.00% Sami Hautamäki, Timo Vehvilainen, Isto Hyyryplainen, Atte Vainionpaa
  Silver   Norway 5648.7710 94.48% Ove J Skundberg, Sverre Idland, Kenneth Handberg, Håvard Østgaard
  Bronze   Russia 5601.9515 93.70% George Gubich, Aleksandr Shutov, Alan Alborov, Vitaly Konev

Manual OpenEdit

The Manual Action Open division had the third largest match participation with 52 competitors (8.8%). The Manual Action Standard 10 division had 10 competitors (1.7%) and was moved to Manual Open. Therefore, in total 62 competitors (10.5%) were scored in Manual Open.

Individual
Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
  Gold   Roman Khalitov 1153.4760 100.00%
  Silver   Egor Khramov 1136.5979 98.54%
  Bronze   Erik Bjaelkvall 1104.2071 95.73%
4th   Oleg Perfilev 1049.2842 90.97%
5th   Alena Karelina 995.6796 86.32%
6th   Alexey Basov 942.5182 81.71%
7th   Vsevolod Ilin 918.5630 79.63%
8th   Alexander Ivashko 914.2538 79.26%
9th   Dmitry Chernousov 883.5175 76.60%
10th   Bogdan Foka 865.1930 75.01%
Lady Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
  Gold   Alena Karelina 995.6796 86.32% 100.00%
  Silver   Irina Perfileva 756.1519 65.55% 75.94%
  Bronze   Tatiana Korobeinik 675.6481 58.57% 67.86%
Senior Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
  Gold   Ramazan Mubarakov 855.3710 74.16% 100.00%
  Silver   Evgeny Efimov 832.3866 72.16% 97.31%
  Bronze   Fabio Egidio Fossati 807.2905 69.99% 94.38%

Manual StandardEdit

The Manual Action Standard division had 29 competitors (4.9%).

Individual
Overall Competitor Points Overall Match Percent
  Gold  Vladimir Chamyan 1168.9862 100.00%
  Silver   Andrei Kirisenko 1116.3281 95.50%
  Bronze   Vladimir Novikov 1012.1761 86.59%
4th   Konstantin Shashin 903.0721 77.25%
5th   Andrei Siuniakou 891.8261 76.29%
6th   Ilya Gubin 765.6178 65.49%
7th   Roman Bychkov 746.1449 63.83%
8th   Tatiana Isupova 739.1927 63.23%
9th   Vitaly Yakutik 737.3936 63.08%
10th   Enkhbaatar Dorjpagma 710.9472 60.82%
Lady Competitor Points Overall percent Category percent
  Gold   Tatiana Isupova 739.1927 63.23% 100.00%
  Silver   Olga Axyonkina 604.5402 51.71% 81.78%
  Bronze   Svetlana Kostromina 570.4442 48.80% 77.17%

Medal tableEdit

Rank Country   Gold   Silver   Bronze Total
1   Russia 7 8 8 23
2   Finland 4 3 3 10
3   United States 5 1 1 7
4   Norway 1 1 1 3
5   Sweden 0 1 1 2
6   Italy 0 0 2 2
7   Estonia 0 1 0 1
8   Slovakia 0 1 0 1
9   Kazakhstan 0 1 0 1
10    Switzerland 0 0 1 1

Shoot-Off side eventEdit

The shoot-off side event was an audience friendly one-against-one elimination cup held after the main match. It consisted of quarter finals, semi-finals, bronze and gold finals. The top 16 overall in each division and top 8 category shooters within in each division was qualified,[3] and the event was broadcast live with commentary on web television.[4]

Division Category   Gold   Silver   Bronze
Open Overall   Kristian Rommen   Jarkko Laukia   Olle Ackehed
Lady   Lena Miculek   Ashley Rheuark   Natalia Rumyantsova
Junior   Dmitriy Novikov   Anastasia Zharkovskaya   Albert Gladkovskiy
Senior   Jose Vidanes   Barry Dueck   Leif Madsen
Super Senior   Jerry Miculek   Per Jonasson   Jeel Gerard
Military   Konstantin Bliznetsov   Pavel Kononenko   Evgeniy Yudenko
Standard Overall   Isto Hyyrylainen   Sami Hautamäki   Roberto Vezzoli
Lady   Elena Merkulova   Anna Puzyreva   Mariya Shalimova
Senior   Mikael Kaislaranta   Mikael Ekberg   Phil Dunlop
Military   Vladimir Repin   Ariel Taganait   Dmitry Miroshnikov
Manual Open Overall   Oleg Perfilev   Alena Karelina   Alexander Ivashko
Lady   Irina Perfileva   Tatiana Makarova   Anastasia Chernenko
Senior   Evgeniy Efimov   Paolo Zambai   Fabio Egidio Fossati
Manual Standard Overall   Konstantin Shashin   Olga Axyonkina   Vladimir Novikov
Lady   Svetlana Kostromina   Tatiana Isupova   Anastasia Ananyeva
Manual Standard 10 Overall   Sergey Gladkov   Alexei Tiurin   Liliya Uvarova

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ RWS Russia 2017 - Official Match Webpage - Championship Calendar
  2. ^ "Competition report: The IPSC Rifle World Shoot 2017 4 - 11 June 2017 | Nammo Lapua". Archived from the original on 31 October 2018. Retrieved 5 November 2018.
  3. ^ 2017 IPSC Rifle Wirld Shoot - Shoot-Off results
  4. ^ Recording of the Shoot-Off at the 2017 IPSC Rifle World Championship

External linksEdit