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Tears and deep emotions in 25 m Pistol Women Junior final – happy tears

15 September 2019 — Views: 413

Tears and deep emotions in 25 m Pistol Women Junior final – happy tears

The Pistol events started also in Bologna yesterday (Saturday) with 25m Pistol Women Junior. The athletes shot first the Qualification: On Saturday the athletes shot the precision stage and today (Sunday) the Rapid Fire stage and eight best reached their place to the final.

The best of the qualification was French Camille Jedrzejewski with result of 583(292+291), second Vanessa Seeger (GER 581: 289+292) and third Bulgarian Miroslava Mincheva (579: 287+292). The four other who received the final place were Nadezhda Koloda (574), Maja Maria Jarosinka (POL- 573), Annabelle Pioch (FRA -572), Ukrainian Nadia Shamanova (572), Margherita Veccaro (ITA – 571).

Glorious day for French Junior Women

French Camille showed her excellent skills and concentration by winning the 25m Pistol Junior Women. Her engine started slowly and her teammate Annabelle Pioch was top on the ranking during the finals first half. Camille realized the reason.

"I forget to concentrate on my trigger. When I realized that I started to think about it and contrate to it. The rest was like in flow", explained the happy European Champion tears of joy in her eyes.

When the last shot was done, the both French watched each other and then the tears started fall down on the cheek of Camille. That moment both athletes will remember long time.

Camille’s victory result was 31 and she won her team mate Annabelle Pioch with 3 point. The bronze medallist was Italian Margherita Veccaro (22).

The final was exciting and excellent view of shooting sport while there were even 3 shoot offs.

France celebrated also the victory of team competition with result 1723. The team consisted of Camille Jedrzejewski (583), Annabelle Pioch (572) and Kateline Nicolas (568). Second was Italy (1706) and third position on podium reached the Russian Federation.

Results can be found here.

Photos can be found here.


Risto Aarrekivi


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