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Six different countries were represented in the men's Trap final in Siggiewi (MLT): Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Lebanon, Great Britain, the People's Republic of China and Slovakia. Read more: https://www.issf-sports.org/news.ashx?newsid=3077.
Great Britain's Amber Hill holds her nerve in a marathon shoot-off in a high quality Gold Medal Match For more Shooting videos click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Haq5sIOeOwM&list=PLrXo-jJXpl8dyrDvjpk0Fd1Z4ysUv5GSl or to subscribe to our Channel and keep up to date with all the latest Baku 2015 action, click http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=baku2015. Baku 2015 is the 1st European Games. Find out more on our official website (http://www.baku2015.com), follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/BakuGames2015) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/baku2015). For competitors in the sport of Shooting, having the ability to remain calm and collected in high-pressure situations is essential for success. The Baku 2015 European Games will be no exception with athletes focused on winning gold across 19 medal events. These are divided into three categories, depending on the type of firearm used. In Rifle and Pistol events, competitors aim at a stationary target from a range of set distances. In the Shotgun events of Trap, Double Trap and Skeet, competitors shoot at moving clay targets launched above and in front of them. Depending on the event, athletes are required to shoot from standing, kneeling or prone positions. At Baku 2015, Shooting will see 210 men and 120 women set their sights on gold at the new Baku Shooting Centre. The competition will include nine men’s events, six women’s events and four mixed team events, with the Shooting action beginning on 16 June and finishing on 22 June 2015. In addition to winning a gold medal, the winner in each of the 15 individual Shooting events will automatically receive a quota place for the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
TechZone ► https://goo.gl/Gj3wZs If you like to watch sports events, you've probably noticed that the competition is especially intense in the last few seconds. At this point the medal winner is decided, and many athletes often save strength for the final second. But sometimes in those situations, a few moments before the end of the game, or the race, really amazing things happen. Call them what you will: miracles, unexpected comebacks, incredible results, but in the end it's the same. These seconds are remembered for a long time by fans and enter the history of the sport. Today we've gathered the best final moments for you, so...
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The winner of the latest World Cup gold medal – Finland's Satu Makela-Nummela – entered the final in Siggiewi (MLT) with the highest qualification score, along with France's Carole Cormenier, Germany's Katrin Quooss, Russian Federation's Ekaterina Rabaya, Slovakia's Zuzana Rehak Stefecekova and Australia's Penny Smith.
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