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Another participation record at the 2024 European Championships

A new record has been set at the 2024 European Championships!

Following the record of participation numbers at the 10m AR/AP Championship in Győr and the Shotgun Championship in Lonato del Garda, the highest number of participants in a history of European Championships 25/50/300m has been set. 520 athletes (1 241 starts) from 38 nations have been entered to compete at the Pampas Shooting Range in Osijek. This is another demonstration of a remarkable development of the shooting sport across the continent.

The forthcoming competitions hold great significance and are attracting considerable attention. The last eight qualification quota places for European athletes for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games in 50m Rifle and 25m Pistol events – two in each individual event – are at stake. Added to 71 quotas already won by European athletes in previous qualifying competitions and other quota allocation opportunities according to the Qualification system (including the Qualification ranking for the Olympic Games, guaranteed host country quotas, and anticipated Universality places), this signifies that nearly half of those competing for Olympic medals in Rifle & Pistol events in Châteauroux in two months will be European athletes.

Finals of the 2024 European Championship 25/50/300m will be broadcasted on TV and streamed live on ESC digital platforms. Additionally, like the European Championship in Lonato, Osijek's events will be shown on the Olympic Channel, ensuring a wide audience for this prestigious competition.

All information, including the competition schedule of the 2024 European Championship 25/50/300m, the schedule of the TV broadcasting and Internet streaming, and the current allocation of Olympic quota places won by European athletes in Rifle & Pistol events before the 2024 European Championships 25/50/300m, can be found here.

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