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Kim Jun Hong claimed his first Rapid Fire Pistol title in Granada, booking a ticket to Rio
The Republic of Korea finished in the spotlights again, at the 51st ISSF World Championship in Granada, Spain, as Kim Jun Hong claimed the 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men title beating the German hope Oliver Geis.
China’s Li beat 2008 Olympic Bronze Reitz of Germany to win Rapid Fire Pistol Gold
The young Chinese champion won his third World Cup Gold in three years with 3 hits of advantage on his closes follower, lifting China up in the medal standings.
In the clay era?
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ISSF World Cup (New Delhi) 2017
Final 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men
Final Trap Men
Final 10m Air Rifle Women
Final 10m Air Rifle Men
Final Trap Women
ISSF World Cup Final (Rome) 2016
Finals Trap Men
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