Excitement prevailed in each of the last Finals
Yesterday almost all the Finals were full of tense waiting.
In 25m Center Fire Pistol Open event Adrian Schaub from Switzerland became the best with the score 583. Ruslan Lunev from Azerbaijan had the same score but less number of inner tens. Peeter Olesk from Estonia took the third place with the difference of just 1 point.
In Gold Medal Match of 50m Rifle 3 Positions Team Men event Czechs Jiří Přívratský, František Smetana, and Petr Nymburský beat Henrik Larsen, Simon Claussen, and Jon-Hermann Hegg from Norway with the score 16:12. Jan Lochbihler, Christoph Dürr, and Lukas Oliver Roth from Switzerland took over Sebastian Långström, Aleksi Leppä, and Riku Tapio Koskela representing Finland with the score 16:14.
In 50m Rifle 3 Positions Team Women event the Gold medal has been taken by Jolyn Beer, Anna Janssen, and Lisa Müller from Germany who beat Lucie Brázdová, Veronika Blažíčková, and Aneta Brabcová from Czech Republic with 16:12. In the Bronze Medal Match Norwegians Jenny Stene, Mari Bårdseng Løvseth, and Jeanette Hegg Duestad beat Ukrainians Viktoriya Sukhorukova, Natallia Kalnysh, and Daria Tykhova with 17:15 – once again the last shot determined the Bronze medal’s faith!
25m Rapid Fire Pistol Team Men event closed the Championship’s program. Jean Quiquampoix, Clément Bessaguet, and Laurent Pierre Andre Cussigh won Gold by beating hosts Patryk Sakowski, Oskar Miliwek, and Damian Klimek. Team of Czech Republic represented by Matěj Rampula, Martin Podhráský, and Tomáš Těhan won over Ukrainians Pavlo Korostylov, Volodymyr Pasternak, and Maksym Horodynets.
The ESC President Alexander Ratner declared the Championship closed and wished to athletes a lot of success at the forthcoming Cairo World Championship.
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