ISSF European Shooting Championships

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The ISSF European Shooting Championships are the main shooting championships in Europe.

Summary of ChampionshipsEdit

# Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Events
No. of
Athletes
Notes
1 1955 Bucharest   Romania 21 25, 50, 300, Shotgun, Running Deer
2 1957 Belgrade   Yugoslavia 4 50
3 1959 Milan/Brescia   Italy 13 25, 50
4 1961 Budapest   Hungary 6 25, 50
5 1963 Oslo
Stockholm
  Norway
  Sweden
11
3
50, 300 (rifle)
25, 50 (pistol)
6 1965 Bucharest
Cairo
  Romania
  Egypt
10
9
25, 50
50, 300, Running Deer
7 1969 Plzeň   Czechoslovakia 16 25, 50, 300
8 1971 Suhl   East Germany 16 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
9 1975 Bucharest
Madrid
  Romania
  Spain
6
2
25, 50 (rifle)
25, 50 (pistol)
10 1977 Bucharest   Romania 8 25, 50
11 1979 Frankfurt
Lviv
  West Germany
  Soviet Union
3
7
25, 50 (women)
25, 50 (men)
12 1980 Madrid   Spain 3 25, 50 (women)
13 1981 Titograd   Yugoslavia 11 25, 50
14 1983 Bucharest   Romania 14 25, 50, Shotgun
15 1985 Osijek   Yugoslavia Shooting range "Pampas" 15 25, 50
16 1987 Lahti   Finland 24 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
17 1989 Zagreb   Yugoslavia 20 25, 50, Shotgun
18 1991 Bologna   Italy 20 25, 50, Shotgun
19 1993 Brno   Czech Republic 25 10, 25, 50, Shotgun
20 1995 Zürich    Switzerland 10 25, 50
21 1997 Kouvola   Finland 10 25, 50
22 1999 Bordeaux   France 12 25, 50
23 2001 Zagreb   Croatia 23 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
24 2003 Plzeň   Czech Republic 17 25, 50, 300
25 2005 Belgrade   Serbia and Montenegro 22 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
26 2007 Granada   Spain 22 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
27 2009 Osijek   Croatia Shooting range "Pampas" 22 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
28 2011 Belgrade   Serbia August 2–13 74 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
29 2013 Osijek   Croatia July 21 – August 4 Shooting range "Pampas" 46 25, 50, 300
30 2015 Maribor   Slovenia July 18 – August 1 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
31 2017 Baku   Azerbaijan July 21 - August 4 79 25, 50, 300, Shotgun
32 2019 Lonato del Garda   Italy September 9–22 25, 50, 300, Shotgun

Special ChampionshipsEdit

Every year 2-4 special championships held for European countries in separate shooting disciplines.

Special Shotgun ChampionshipsEdit

European Shotgun Championships were first held in 1956.

# Year City Date Venue No. of Indiv.
Events
No. of
Athletes
2 1956   San Sebastián, Spain
2
3 1957   Paris, France
4
4 1958   Geneva, Switzerland
4
5 1959   Turin, Italy
4
6 1960   Barcelona, Spain/
  Paris, France
4
7 1961   Bern, Switzerland
4
8 1962   Beirut, Lebanon
4
9 1963   Brno, Czechoslovakia
4
10 1964   Bologna, Italy
4
11 1965   Lisbon, Portugal
4
12 1966   Lahti, Finland
4
13 1967   Brno, Czechoslovakia
4
14 1968   Namur, Belgium
4
15 1969   Paris, France
4
16 1970   Bucharest, Romania
4
18 1972   Madrid, Spain
4
19 1973   Turin, Italy
4
20 1974   Antibes, France
4
21 1975   Vienna, Austria
4
22 1976   Brno, Czechoslovakia
4
23 1977   Dorset, United Kingdom
4
24 1978   Suhl, West Germany
4
25 1979   Montecatini, Italy
4
26 1980   Zaragoza, Spain
4
27 1981   Moscow, Soviet Union
4
28 1982   Montecatini, Italy
4
30 1984   Zaragoza, Spain
4
31 1985   Antibes, France
4
32 1986   Montecatini, Italy
4
34 1988   Istanbul, Turkey
4
36 1990   Uddevalla, Sweden
4
38 1992   Istanbul, Turkey
6
40 1994   Lisbon, Portugal
6
41 1995   Lahti, Finland
6
42 1996   Tallinn, Estonia
6
43 1997   Sipoo, Finland
6
44 1998   Nicosia, Cyprus
6
45 1999   Poussan, France
6
46 2000   Montecatini, Italy
6
48 2002   Lonato del Garda, Italy
6
49 2003   Brno, Czech Republic
6
50 2004   Nicosia, Cyprus
6
52 2006   Maribor, Slovenia
5
54 2008   Nicosia, Cyprus
5
56 2010   Kazan, Russia
5
58 2012   Larnaca, Cyprus
5
59 2013   Suhl, Germany
60 2014   Sarlóspuszta, Hungary
62 2016   Lonato, Italy
64 2018   Leobersdorf, Austria

Special 10 m Events ChampionshipsEdit

# Year City Date Venue
1 1971   Meziboří, Czechoslovakia
2 1972   Belgrade, Yugoslavia
3 1973   Linz, Austria
4 1974   Enschede, Netherlands
5 1975   London, United Kingdom
6 1976   Paris, France
7 1977   Andorra la Vella, Andorra
8 1978   Copenhagen, Denmark
9 1979   Graz, Austria
10 1980   Oslo, Norway
11 1981   Athens, Greece
12 1982   The Hague, Netherlands
13 1983   Dortmund, West Germany
14 1984   Budapest, Hungary
15 1985   Varna, Bulgaria
16 1986   Espoo, Finland
17 1987   Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
18 1988   Stavanger, Norway
19 1989   Copenhagen, Denmark
20 1990   Arnhem, Netherlands
21 1991   Manchester, United Kingdom
22 1992   Budapest, Hungary
23 1994   Strasbourg, France
24 1995   Vantaa, Finland
25 1996   Budapest, Hungary
26 1997   Warsaw, Poland
27 1998   Tallinn, Estonia
28 1999   Arnhem, Netherlands
29 2000   Munich, Germany
30 2001   Pontevedra, Spain
31 2002   Thessaloniki, Greece
32 2003   Gothenburg, Sweden
33 2004   Győr, Hungary
34 2005   Tallinn, Estonia
35 2006   Moscow, Russia
36 2007   Deauville, France
37 2008   Winterthur, Switzerland
38 2009   Prague, Czech Republic
39 2010   Meråker, Norway 7–14 March Meråker Arena and
Meråker Handball Arena
40 2011   Brescia, Italy 3–6 March
41 2012   Vierumäki, Finland 16–19 February
42 2013   Odense, Denmark 25 February-3 March Odense Congress Center
43 2014   Moscow, Russia 26 February-3 March Olimpiyskiy
44 2015   Arnhem, Netherlands 2–8 March
45 2016   Győr, Hungary 22–28 February Audi Aréna
46 2017   Maribor, Slovenia 6–12 March
47 2018   Budapest, Hungary 16–26 February
48 2019   Osijek, Croatia 16–25 March[1] Gradski vrt Hall[2]

Special 300 m Events ChampionshipsEdit

The list is incomplete

# Year City Date Venue No. of Indiv.
Events
No. of
Athletes
1959   Winterthur, Switzerland
5
1977   Winterthur, Switzerland
5
1981   Oulu, Finland
5
1983   Oslo, Norway
5
1985   Zürich, Switzerland
5
1989   Lahti, Finland
5
1991   Winterthur, Switzerland
5
1993   Thun, Switzerland
3
1995   Boden, Sweden
3
1997   Copenhagen, Denmark
3
1999   Saint-Jean-de-Marsacq, France
3

Special Running Target ChampionshipsEdit

The list is incomplete

# Year City Date Venue No. of Indiv.
Events
No. of
Athletes
1959   Sandviken, Sweden
3
1969   Sandviken, Sweden
1
1973   Munich, West Germany
1
1978   Suhl, East Germany
1
1981   Miskolc, Hungary
1
1995   Lahti, Finland
2
1997   Sipoo, Finland
2
2013   Suhl, Germany
2

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ISSF - International Shooting Sport Federation - issf-sports.org". www.issf-sports.org. Retrieved 2019-02-17.
  2. ^ "ESC - Home". www.esc-shooting.org. Retrieved 2019-03-23.

External linksEdit