EM 2017 Weit

Europen Championships 2017 – Distance Shooting (the results)

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Total success of the European Championships in Distance Shooting 2017

The 61st Open European Championships in Distance Shooting 2017 have ended with a total success, for organisers, visitors, and participants. 500 visitors during the Finals! The International Federation Icestocksport (IFI) has awarded seven times a Golden Medal – and seven times a golden medal has been proudly received by an athlete from Germany, thus all European Champions are coming from Germany, Congratulations! Furthermore, for the first time, fans from all over the world have been able to follow the spectacle over a Live-Video-Stream through the Internet .(Source: Albert Kamhuber)

Foto-Gallery

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Thanks to Adolf Bertolini (Fotograph) and to Matze Winkler!

 

The final results

Youth U16: 1. Späth 97,88; 2. Neubauer 84,92; 3. Simon 82,56; 4. Mauerhofer 81,58; 5. Petsch 78,49; 6. Weichinger 75,86.

Youth U19: 1. Michael Späth 96,93; 2. Anzinger 94,37; 3. Alexander Späth 94,19; 4. Los 87,99; 5. Loy 87,52; 6. Spendl 84,8. – Nations: 1. Deutschland 265,76; 2. Österreich 239,79; 3. Italien 184,45; 4. Weißrussland 183,94; 5. Finnland 40,13.

Juniors U23: 1. Schätzl 89,43; 2. Weber 78,50; 3. Unterholzner 77,64; 4. Späth 76,38; 5. Spendl 66,27; 6. Dultinger 65,13. – Nations: 1. Deutschland 253,31; 2. Österreich 200,96; 3. Italien 181,42; 4. Weißrussland 156,55; 5. Finnland 144,31.

Men: 1. Schätzl 85,62; 2. Rottmoser 82,03; 3. Patschg 81,97; 4. Weber 81,53; 5. Weichinger 80,06; 6. Baumgartner 78,04; 7. Kohlmann 75,78; 8. Pichler 75,36; 9. Sommerer 74,02; 10. Bozner 65,34; 11. Kofler 65,24; 12. Arguelles 62,47. – Nations: 1. Deutschland 249,73; 2. Österreich 236,05; 3. Italien 211,00; 4. Weißrussland 179,71; 5. Finnland 168,26; 6. Frankreich 44,05.