ISSF European Shooting Championships

The ISSF European Shooting Championships are the main shooting championships in Europe.

Summary of Championships

#YearCityCountryDateVenueNo. of
Events
No. of
Athletes
Notes
11955Bucharest Romania2125, 50, 300, Shotgun, Running Deer
21957Belgrade Yugoslavia450
31959Milan/Brescia Italy1325, 50
41961Budapest Hungary625, 50
51963Oslo
Stockholm
 Norway
 Sweden
11
3
50, 300 (rifle)
25, 50 (pistol)
61965Bucharest
Cairo
 Romania
 Egypt
10
9
25, 50
50, 300, Running Deer
71969Plzeň Czechoslovakia1625, 50, 300
81971Suhl East Germany1625, 50, 300, Shotgun
91975Bucharest
Madrid
 Romania
 Spain
6
2
25, 50 (rifle)
25, 50 (pistol)
101977Bucharest Romania825, 50
111979Frankfurt
Lviv
 West Germany
 Soviet Union
3
7
25, 50 (women)
25, 50 (men)
121980Madrid Spain325, 50 (women)
131981Titograd Yugoslavia1125, 50
141983Bucharest Romania1425, 50, Shotgun
151985Osijek YugoslaviaShooting range "Pampas"1525, 50
161987Lahti Finland2425, 50, 300, Shotgun
171989Zagreb Yugoslavia2025, 50, Shotgun
181991Bologna Italy2025, 50, Shotgun
191993Brno Czech Republic2510, 25, 50, Shotgun
201995Zürich  Switzerland1025, 50
211997Kouvola Finland1025, 50
221999Bordeaux France1225, 50
232001Zagreb Croatia2325, 50, 300, Shotgun
242003Plzeň Czech Republic1725, 50, 300
252005Belgrade Serbia and Montenegro2225, 50, 300, Shotgun
262007Granada Spain2225, 50, 300, Shotgun
272009Osijek CroatiaShooting range "Pampas"2225, 50, 300, Shotgun
282011Belgrade SerbiaAugust 2–137425, 50, 300, Shotgun
292013Osijek CroatiaJuly 21 – August 4Shooting range "Pampas"4625, 50, 300
302015Maribor SloveniaJuly 18 – August 125, 50, 300, Shotgun
312017Baku AzerbaijanJuly 21 - August 47925, 50, 300, Shotgun
322019Lonato del Garda ItalySeptember 9–2225, 50, 300, Shotgun

Special Championships

Every year 2-4 special championships held for European countries in separate shooting disciplines.

Special Shotgun Championships

European Shotgun Championships were first held in 1956.

#YearCityDateVenueNo. of Indiv.
Events
No. of
Athletes
21956Spain San Sebastián, Spain
2
31957France Paris, France
4
41958Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland
4
51959Italy Turin, Italy
4
61960Spain Barcelona, Spain/
France Paris, France
4
71961Switzerland Bern, Switzerland
4
81962Lebanon Beirut, Lebanon
4
91963Czechoslovakia Brno, Czechoslovakia
4
101964Italy Bologna, Italy
4
111965Portugal Lisbon, Portugal
4
121966Finland Lahti, Finland
4
131967Czechoslovakia Brno, Czechoslovakia
4
141968Belgium Namur, Belgium
4
151969France Paris, France
4
161970Romania Bucharest, Romania
4
181972Spain Madrid, Spain
4
191973Italy Turin, Italy
4
201974France Antibes, France
4
211975Austria Vienna, Austria
4
221976Czechoslovakia Brno, Czechoslovakia
4
231977United Kingdom Dorset, United Kingdom
4
241978West Germany Suhl, West Germany
4
251979Italy Montecatini, Italy
4
261980Spain Zaragoza, Spain
4
271981Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
4
281982Italy Montecatini, Italy
4
301984Spain Zaragoza, Spain
4
311985France Antibes, France
4
321986Italy Montecatini, Italy
4
341988Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
4
361990Sweden Uddevalla, Sweden
4
381992Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
6
401994Portugal Lisbon, Portugal
6
411995Finland Lahti, Finland
6
421996Estonia Tallinn, Estonia
6
431997Finland Sipoo, Finland
6
441998Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
6
451999France Poussan, France
6
462000Italy Montecatini, Italy
6
482002Italy Lonato del Garda, Italy
6
492003Czech Republic Brno, Czech Republic
6
502004Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
6
522006Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia
5
542008Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
5
562010Russia Kazan, Russia
5
582012Cyprus Larnaca, Cyprus
5
592013Germany Suhl, Germany
602014Hungary Sarlóspuszta, Hungary
622016Italy Lonato, Italy
642018Austria Leobersdorf, Austria

Special 10 m Events Championships

#YearCityDateVenue
11971Czechoslovakia Meziboří, Czechoslovakia
21972Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia
31973Austria Linz, Austria
41974Netherlands Enschede, Netherlands
51975United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
61976France Paris, France
71977Andorra Andorra la Vella, Andorra
81978Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark
91979Austria Graz, Austria
101980Norway Oslo, Norway
111981Greece Athens, Greece
121982Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands
131983West Germany Dortmund, West Germany
141984Hungary Budapest, Hungary
151985Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria
161986Finland Espoo, Finland
171987Czechoslovakia Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
181988Norway Stavanger, Norway
191989Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark
201990Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands
211991United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom
221992Hungary Budapest, Hungary
231994France Strasbourg, France
241995Finland Vantaa, Finland
251996Hungary Budapest, Hungary
261997Poland Warsaw, Poland
271998Estonia Tallinn, Estonia
281999Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands
292000Germany Munich, Germany
302001Spain Pontevedra, Spain
312002Greece Thessaloniki, Greece
322003Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden
332004Hungary Győr, Hungary
342005Estonia Tallinn, Estonia
352006Russia Moscow, Russia
362007France Deauville, France
372008Switzerland Winterthur, Switzerland
382009Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic
392010Norway Meråker, Norway7–14 MarchMeråker Arena and
Meråker Handball Arena
402011Italy Brescia, Italy3–6 March
412012Finland Vierumäki, Finland16–19 February
422013Denmark Odense, Denmark25 February-3 MarchOdense Congress Center
432014Russia Moscow, Russia26 February-3 MarchOlimpiyskiy
442015Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands2–8 March
452016Hungary Győr, Hungary22–28 FebruaryAudi Aréna
462017Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia6–12 March
472018Hungary Budapest, Hungary16–26 February
482019Croatia Osijek, Croatia16–25 March[1]Gradski vrt Hall[2]
492020Poland Wrocław, Poland23 February–1 MarchCentennial Hall

Special 300 m Events Championships

The list is incomplete

#YearCityDateVenueNo. of Indiv.
Events
No. of
Athletes
1959Switzerland Winterthur, Switzerland
5
1977Switzerland Winterthur, Switzerland
5
1981Finland Oulu, Finland
5
1983Norway Oslo, Norway
5
1985Switzerland Zürich, Switzerland
5
1989Finland Lahti, Finland
5
1991Switzerland Winterthur, Switzerland
5
1993Switzerland Thun, Switzerland
3
1995Sweden Boden, Sweden
3
1997Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark
3
1999France Saint-Jean-de-Marsacq, France
3

Special Running Target Championships

The list is incomplete

#YearCityDateVenueNo. of Indiv.
Events
No. of
Athletes
1959Sweden Sandviken, Sweden
3
1969Sweden Sandviken, Sweden
1
1973West Germany Munich, West Germany
1
1978East Germany Suhl, East Germany
1
1981Hungary Miskolc, Hungary
1
1995Finland Lahti, Finland
2
1997Finland Sipoo, Finland
2
2013Germany Suhl, Germany
2

See also

References

  1. ^ "ISSF - International Shooting Sport Federation - issf-sports.org". www.issf-sports.org. Retrieved 2019-02-17.
  2. ^ "ESC - Home". www.esc-shooting.org. Retrieved 2019-03-23.

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