Friday August 19 2022

4 Medal went to hosting country Kazakhstan

The 10th Asian Shotgun Championship Almaty, Kazakhstan continues where Skeet men and women events took place today.

After a very competitive qualifications and final for Skeet women, the Gold medal went to Kravchenko Zoya from the hosting country Kazakhstan. The Silver medal won by Wei Ning from China and the Bronze went to Orynbay Assem from Kazakhstan.

Moreover, the Skeet men event had also challenging final. The Gold medal with a golden hit was achieved by Abdulaziz AlSaad from Kuwait, the Silver went to Yechshenko Alexandr and Bronze to Yechahenko Eduard, which are both from hosting country Kazakhstan.

For the ISSF Grand Prix, World Cups winner and medalist Olga PANARINA from Kazakhstan won her first personal medal of the ISSF competition since 2014 in the Skeet Women event. The second place was taken by the vice-champion of the 2004 and 2012 Olympic Games Ning WEI from People's Republic of China. The bronze medal was won by the winner of the 2021 World Cup Zoya KRAVCHENKO from Kazakhstan.

The hosts of the competition won two more medals in Skeet Men. The winner was determined only by the results of the shoot off. It was Eduard YECHSHENKO, who won the first individual medal of the ISSF competition. Silver was won by Alexandr MUKHAMEDIYEV from Kazakhstan, for whom this medal was also the first at a tournament of this level. Mohamed AHMAD from UAE finished third and also won the first ISSF medal.

Tomorrow athletes will compete in Skeet Team events. Watch live streaming on the ISSF Internet resources: YouTube, Facebook and Livestream.


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