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  • Olympic ShootingSHO13 M - Skeet: qualification day 1 - Summer Olympics - Paris Olympic 2024


    Fri, Aug 02, 2024

    Chateauroux Shooting Centre - Shooting

    09:00 AM - 02:30 PM

    Paris, France

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Chateauroux Shooting Centre - Shooting

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SHO13 M - Skeet: qualification day 1 Scheduled events (subject to change): Skeet Men's Qualification Day 1

Chateauroux Shooting Centre - Shooting

Centre National de Tir is a shooting range in Chateauroux, France. The construction work started on 31 March 2016. The 2017 IPSC Handgun World Shoot in August 2017 was the first major event to be held on the range. In 2018 the final parts of the shooting range were completed.

 

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Olympic ShootingSummer Olympics - Paris Olympic 2024

Shooting, a testament to precision, focus, and skill, has stood strong in the Olympic arena since the birth of the modern Games in 1896. Across rifle, pistol, and shotgun events, athletes showcase their marksmanship and composure in a sport that demands unwavering accuracy.

In Olympic Shooting, powerhouse nations like the former Soviet Union, the United States, and China have consistently produced top-tier marksmen. Icons such as Oleksandr Petriv from Ukraine have secured multiple gold medals, epitomizing mastery with firearms.

The United States, a stronghold in shooting sports, boasts luminaries like Carl Osburn and Kim Rhode, instrumental in the nation's medal haul across various rifle and shotgun events.

China's ascent in Olympic Shooting is underscored by luminaries like Zhang Shan and Du Li, whose dominance in pistol and rifle categories has propelled the nation to international acclaim.

As the Paris 2024 Olympics near, marksmen worldwide are gearing up for the challenge at the Versailles Shooting Range. The competition promises high stakes, where athletes will display unparalleled precision and focus as they vie for Olympic honors.

In Paris 2024, shooting events will span from July 27 to August 5 at the National Shooting Center in Chateauroux, welcoming 340 shooters across fifteen events. The Olympic shooting program embraces evolution, introducing new final formats and substituting mixed team trap competitions with mixed team skeet, fostering a dynamic and inclusive contest.
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