ISSF Double trap

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Double trap is a shotgun shooting sport, one of the ISSF shooting events. Participants use a shotgun to attempt to break a clay disk flung away from the shooter at high speed.

ISSF Double trap
Walton Eller at 2008 Summer Olympics double trap finals.JPG
Men
Number of targets150 + 50
Olympic Games1996–2016
AbbreviationDT150
Women
Number of targets120
Olympic Games1996–2004
AbbreviationDT120

The layout of double trap shooting is similar to that of trap shooting. The shooter stands 16 yards behind the house that releases the targets. Two targets are released simultaneously from the house. They follow set paths, usually 35 degrees to left and right of straightaway. The shooter can take one shot at each target.

In international Double Trap competitions, the course of fire is 75 doubles for men and 60 doubles for women. The men's event involves a 25-double final for the top six competitors. The women's event was taken off the Olympic program after the 2004 Summer Olympics. Final shooting for women was discontinued in international competition as a result. The men's event was taken off the Olympic Program prior to the 2020 Summer Olympics resulting in the event being taken off from the ISSF World Cup but still remaining in the ISSF World Championships, Commonwealth Games, Asian Games etc .

Olympic GamesEdit

MenEdit

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1996   Atlanta   Russell Mark (AUS)   Albano Pera (ITA)   Bing Zhang (CHN)
2000   Sydney   Richard Faulds (GBR)   Russell Mark (AUS)   Fehaid Aldeehani (KUW)
2004   Athens   Ahmed Almaktoum (UAE)   Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (IND)   Zheng Wang (CHN)
2008   Beijing   Walton Eller (USA)   Francesco D'Aniello (ITA)   Binyan Hu (CHN)
2012   London   Peter Wilson (GBR)   Håkan Dahlby (SWE)   Vasily Mosin (RUS)
2016   Rio de Janeiro   Fehaid Al-Deehani (IOA)[n 1]   Marco Innocenti (ITA)   Steven Scott (GBR)
  1. ^ Entered as an Independent Olympic Athlete because his native Kuwait was barred from competing due to government interference.

WomenEdit

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1996   Atlanta   Kimberly Rhode (USA)   Susanne Kiermayer (GER)   Deserie Huddleston (AUS)
2000   Sydney   Pia Hansen (SWE)   Deborah Gelisio (ITA)   Kimberly Rhode (USA)
2004   Athens   Kimberly Rhode (USA)   Bo Na Lee (KOR)   Gao E (CHN)

World Championships, MenEdit

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1989   Montecatini Terme   Victorio Taiola (ITA)   Marco Venturini (ITA)   Parini Golfari (ITA)
1990   Moscow   Bret Erickson (USA)   Kevin Gill (GBR)   Jean-Paul Gros (FRA)
1991   Perth   Peter Boden (GBR)   Bret Erickson (USA)   Kevin Gill (GBR)
1993   Barcelona   Joshua Lakatos (USA)   Servet Sivrikaya (TUR)   Albano Pera (ITA)
1994   Fagnano   Russell Mark (AUS)   Kevin Gill (GBR)   Albano Pera (ITA)
1995   Nicosia   Steve Haberman (AUS)   Waldemar Schanz (GER)   Jiri Gach (CZE)
1997   Lima   Russell Mark (AUS)   Waldemar Schanz (GER)   Mirco Cenci (ITA)
1998   Barcelona   Michael Diamond (AUS)   Russell Mark (AUS)   Richard Faulds (GBR)
1999   Tampere   Daniele Di Spigno (ITA)   Conny Persson (SWE)   Fehaid Aldeehani (KUW)
2001   Cairo   Hamad Alafasi (KUW)   Roland Gerebics (HUN)   Shuangchun Li (CHN)
2002   Lahti   Daniele Di Spigno (ITA)   Walton Eller (USA)   Joonas Olkkonen (FIN)
2003   Nicosia   Walton Eller (USA)   Russell Mark (AUS)   Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (IND)
2005   Lonato   Ahmed Al Maktoum (UAE)   Nan Wang (CHN)   Jung Hwan Park (KOR)
2006   Zagreb   Vitaly Fokeev (RUS)   Binyan Hu (CHN)   Roland Gerebics (HUN)
2007   Nicosia   Francesco D'Aniello (ITA)   Binyan Hu (CHN)   Joshua Richmond (USA)
2009   Maribor   Francesco D'Aniello (ITA)   Jeffrey Holguin (USA)   Wang Nan (CHN)
2010   Munich   Joshua Richmond (USA)   Vasily Mosin (RUS)   Binyan Hu (CHN)
2011   Belgrade   Li Jun (CHN)   Andreas Loew (GER)   Walton Eller (USA)
2013   Lima   Walton Eller (USA)   Vasily Mosin (RUS)   Binyan Hu (CHN)
2014   Granada   Joshua Richmond (USA)   Antonino Barillà (ITA)   Steven Scott (GBR)
2015   Lonato   Vasily Mosin (RUS)   Tim Kneale (GBR)   Ahmad Alafasi (KUW)
2017   Moscow   Vitaly Fokeev (RUS)   Ankur Mittal (IND)   Binyan Hu (CHN)
2018   Changwon   Ankur Mittal (IND)   Yiyang Yang (CHN)   Hubert Andrzej Olejnik (SVK)

References:[1]

World Championships, Men TeamEdit

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1989   Montecatini Terme   Italy
Daniele Cioni
Albano Pera
Marco Venturini
  Australia
Russell Mark
John Maxwell
Terry Rumbel
  Kuwait
Fehaid Al-Deehani
Ali Al Hammad
Abdallah Alrashidi
1990   Moscow   France
Bernard Blondeau
Jean-Paul Gros
Yves Tronc
  Australia
Michael Diamond
Russell Mark
Craig Tilley
  Italy
Daniele Cioni
Albano Pera
Marco Venturini
1991   Perth   Great Britain
Peter Boden
Peter Croft
Kevin Gill
  United States
Richard Chordash
Bret Erickson
Jay Waldron
  Italy
Fabio Casadei
Roberto Scalzone
Marco Venturini
1993   Barcelona   Italy
Ercole Buffoli
Mirco Cenci
Albano Pera
  United States
Lance Bade
Bret Erickson
Joshua Lakatos
  Hungary
Zoltan Bodo
Karoly Gombos
Janos Kronome
1994   Fagnano   Great Britain
John Grice
Kevin Gill
Michael Rouse
  Australia
Benjamin Kelley
Russell Mark
Craig Tilley
  Italy
Ercole Buffoli
Mirco Cenci
Albano Pera
1995   Nicosia   Italy
Mirco Cenci
Daniele Di Spigno
Albano Pera
  Australia
Steve Haberman
Russell Mark
Craig Tilley
  United States
Lance Bade
Bret Erickson
Steve Puls
1997   Lima   Italy
Mirco Cenci
Daniele Di Spigno
Albano Pera
  Australia
Michael Diamond
Russell Mark
Adam Vella
  United States
David Alcoriza
Lance Bade
Charles Redding
1998   Barcelona   Australia
Adam Vella
Michael Diamond
Russell Mark
  Italy
Luca Marini
Claudio Franzoni
Mirco Cenci
  China
Binyan Hu
Bo Li
Bing Zhang
1999   Tampere   Italy
Daniele Di Spigno
Marco Innocenti
Luca Marini
  Sweden
Conny Persson
Håkan Dahlby
Jonas Berndtsson
  China
Binyan Hu
Bo Li
Hao Wang
2001   Cairo   United States
David Alcoriza
Walton Eller
Jeffrey Holguin
  Kuwait
Hamad Alafasi
Fehaid Aldeehani
Mashfi Almutairi
  Italy
Mirco Cenci
Daniele Di Spigno
Marco Innocenti
2002   Lahti   Italy
Emanuele Bernasconi
Daniele Di Spigno
Marco Innocenti
  China
Binyan Hu
Bo Li
Shuangchun Li
  Kuwait
Hamad Alafasi
Fehaid Aldeehani
Mashfi Almutairi
2003   Nicosia   United States
Walton Eller
Jeffrey Holguin
Bill Keever
  Australia
Russell Mark
Adam Vella
Steve Haberman
  Italy
Daniele Di Spigno
Marco Innocenti
Luca Marini
2005   Lonato   China
Nan Wang
Bo Li
Binyan Hu
  United Arab Emirates
Ahmed Al Maktoum
Abdulla Alkendi
Saif Alshamsy
  United States
Jeffrey Holguin
Bret Erickson
Walton Eller
2006   Zagreb   United States
Joshua Richmond
Walton Eller
Bill Keever
  China
Nan Wang
Binyan Hu
Qiang Pan
  Russia
Vitaly Fokeev
Boris Morozov
Vasily Mosin
2007   Nicosia   Italy
Daniele Di Spigno
Francesco D'Aniello
Claudio Franzoni
  China
Binyan Hu
Nan Wang
Qiang Pan
  Great Britain
Steven Scott
Richard Faulds
Peter Robert Russell Wilson
2009   Maribor   United States
Joshua Richmond
Walton Eller
Jeffrey Holguin
  Italy
Daniele Di Spigno
Francesco D'Aniello
Claudio Franzoni
  Great Britain
Steven Scott
Richard Faulds
Stevan Walton
2010   Munich   United States
Joshua Richmond
William Crawford
Jeffrey Holguin
  Russia
Vitaly Fokeev
Mikhail Leybo
Vasily Mosin
  Great Britain
Steven Scott
Tim Kneale
Peter Robert Russell Wilson
2011   Belgrade   China
Binyan Hu
Jun Li
Junjie Mo
  Russia
Vitaly Fokeev
Vasily Mosin
Mikhail Leybo
  Kuwait
Mashfi Almutairi
Hamad Alafasi
Fehaid Aldeehani
2013   Lima   United States
Derek Hadldeman
Walton Eller
Jeffrey Holguin
  China
Binyan Hu
Hao Wang
Qiang Pan
  Italy
Antonino Barillà
Davide Gasparini
Daniele Di Spigno
2014   Granada   Italy
Antonino Barillà
Daniele Di Spigno
Davide Gasparini
  United States
Joshua Richmond
Jeffrey Holguin
Walton Eller
  China
Binyan Hu
Junjie Mo
Jun Li
2015   Lonato   Great Britain
Tim Kneale
Matthew Coward-Holley
Matthew French
  Russia
Vasily Mosin
Vitaly Fokeev
Artem Nekrasov
  India
Asab Mohd
Ankur Mittal
Sangram Dahiya
2017   Moscow   Italy
Daniele Di Spigno
Antonino Barillà
Alessandro Chianese
  China
Binyan Hu
Xinyu Chen
Yiyang Yang
  Russia
Vitaly Fokeev
Artem Nekrasov
Vasily Mosin
2018   Changwon   Italy
Andrea Vescovi
Daniele Di Spigno
Marco Innocenti
  China
Yiyang Yang
Anlong Liu
Ying Qi
  India
Ankur Mittal
Asab Mohd
Shardul Vihan

World Championships, WomenEdit

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1989   Montecatini Terme   Roberta Morara (ITA)   Roberta Pelosi (ITA)   Anna Maria Bianchi (ITA)
1990   Moscow   Satu Pusila (FIN)   Elena Shishirina (URS)   Audrey Grosch (USA)
1991   Perth   Satu Pusila (FIN)   Elena Tkach (URS)   Deena Julin (USA)
1993   Barcelona   Frances Strodtman (USA)   Deena Julin (USA)   Anna Maria Di Giovanni (ITA)
1994   Fagnano   Satu Pusila (FIN)   Elena Shishirina (RUS)   Svetlana Demina (RUS)
1995   Nicosia   Deborah Gelisio (ITA)   Gema Usieto (ESP)   Xiang Xu (CHN)
1997   Lima   Deborah Gelisio (ITA)   Cynthia Meyer (CAN)   Riitta-Mari Murtoniemi (FIN)
1998   Barcelona   Deborah Gelisio (ITA)   Kimberly Rhode (USA)   Cindy Gentry (USA)
1999   Tampere   Pia Julin (FIN)   Pia Hansen (SWE)   Yoshiko Miura (JPN)
2001   Cairo   Yafei Zhang (CHN)   Yi Chun Lin (TPE)   Qingnian Li (CHN)
2002   Lahti   Yi Chun Lin (TPE)   Jing Lin Wang (CHN)   Hye Kyoung Son (KOR)
2003   Nicosia   María Quintanal (ESP)   Fang Chen (CHN)   Jing Lin Wang (CHN)
2005   Lonato   Jing Lin Wang (CHN)   Qingnian Li (CHN)   Monica Girotto (ITA)
2006   Zagreb   Hye Kyoung Son (KOR)   Yuxiang Li (CHN)   Bo Na Lee (KOR)
2010   Munich   Rui Li (CHN)   Yafei Zhang (CHN)   Qingnian Li (CHN)

World Championships, Women TeamEdit

Year Place Gold Silver Bronze
1990   Moscow   Soviet Union
Maya Gubieva
Irina Laricheva
Elena Shishirina
  China
Ruizhen Lu
Yujin Wang
Weiping Yin
  United States
Carol Gephart
Audrey Grosch
Denise Morrison
1991   Perth   Soviet Union
Victoria Chuyko
Elena Shishirina
Elena Tkach
  China
Li Li
Yujin Wang
Weiping Yin
  France
Muriel Bernard
Mauricette Colavito
Gisele Renaud
1993   Barcelona   United States
Terry Bankey
Deena Julin
Frances Strodtman
  Italy
Anna Maria Di Giovanni
Deborah Gelisio
Zdenka Ratek
 China
Gao E
Yujin Wang
Weiping Yin
1994   Fagnano   Russia
Svetlana Demina
Irina Laricheva
Elena Shishirina
  Finland
Satu Makela
Riitta-Mari Murtoniemi
Satu Pusila
  China
Gao E
Yingzi Liu
Yujin Wang
1995   Nicosia   Italy
Deborah Gelisio
Nadia Innocenti
Giovanna Pasello
  China
Hongping Ding
Yujin Wang
Xing Xu
  United States
Deena Julin
Kimberly Rhode
Theresa Wentzel
1997   Lima   Italy
Deborah Gelisio
Nadia Innocenti
Arianna Perilli
  China
Hongping Ding
Xiaoguang Jiang
Yunxia Wu
  Russia
Elena Kravtchouk
Elena Rabaia
Elena Tkach
1998   Barcelona   United States
Kimberly Rhode
Deena Minyard
Cindy Gentry
  China
Mei Zhu
Gao E
Hongping Ding
  Korea
Hye Kyoung Son
Eun Sim Lee
Hyun Ok Jin
1999   Tampere   China
Yafei Zhang
Gao E
Hongping Ding
  Japan
Yoshiko Miura
Yukie Nakayama
Akane Tahara
  Finland
Pia Julin
Satu Pusila
Riitta-Mari Murtoniemi
2001   Cairo   China
Hongping Ding
Qingnian Li
Yafei Zhang
  United States
Kyndra Hogan
Kimberly Rhode
Elizabeth Schad
  Chinese Taipei
Yi Chun Lin
Kai Lu Wen
Meng Ying Wu
2002   Lahti   China
Hongping Ding
Jing Lin Wang
Yafei Zhang
  United States
Joetta Dement
Theresa Dewitt
Kimberly Rhode
  Chinese Taipei
Yi Chun Lin
Kai Lu Wen
Meng Ying Wu
2003   Nicosia   China
Qingnian Li
Jing Lin Wang
Fang Chen
  United States
Kimberly Rhode
Joetta Dement
Kyndra Hogan
  Russia
Elena Rabaia
Elena Dudnik
Liudmila Khokhlova

World Championships, total medalsEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Italy (ITA)1851235
2  United States (USA)1010929
3  China (CHN)715931
4  United Arab Emirates (UAE)64717
5  Australia (AUS)58013
6  Finland (FIN)4138
7  Great Britain (GBR)3249
8  Soviet Union (URS)2204
9  Russia (RUS)2147
10  Kuwait (KUW)1135
11  Chinese Taipei (TPE)1124
12  Spain (ESP)1102
13  South Korea (KOR)1045
14  France (FRA)1023
15  Sweden (SWE)0303
16  Germany (GER)0202
17  Hungary (HUN)0123
18  India (IND)0112
  Japan (JPN)0112
20  Canada (CAN)0101
  Turkey (TUR)0101
22  Czech Republic (CZE)0011
Totals (22 nations)626164187

Current world recordsEdit

Current ISSF world records in double trap as of April 5, 2018 [2]
Men Individual 148   Tim Kneale (GBR) June 9, 2014 Munich (GER) edit
Teams 424   Italy (Innocenti, Bernasconi, Gasparini)
  Italy (Barillà, Di Spigno, Gasparini)
August 3, 2013
September 14, 2014
Suhl (GER)
Granada (ESP)
edit
Junior Men Individual 142   James Willett (AUS)
  Andrea Galesso (ITA)
March 24, 2015
May 1, 2016
Al Ain (UAE)
Suhl (GER)
edit
Teams 410   Russia (Slepushkin, Zagumennov, Fokeev) August 3, 2013 Suhl (GER) edit
Women Individual 136   Qingnian Li (CHN) August 23, 2018 Jakarta (INA) edit
Teams WR Not Established Yet January 1, 2018 edit
Junior Women Individual 107   Valeriya Sokha (ITA) August 6, 2018 Leobersdorf (AUT) edit
Teams WR Not Established Yet January 1, 2018 edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.issf-sports.org/competitions/historicalmedalwinners.ashx#DT150
  2. ^ "ISSF - International Shooting Sport Federation - issf-sports.org". www.issf-sports.org. Retrieved 2018-04-06.