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Poles medal at World Shooting Para Sport Championships

19.10.2019 11:09
Polish competitors have claimed three medals, a gold, a silver and a bronze, at the World Shooting Para Sport Championships, which ended in Sydney, Australia, on Friday.
A total of 285 athletes from 55 countries competed in the 2019 World Shooting Para Sport Championships, which were held in Sydney, Australia, from October 12 to 18.
A total of 285 athletes from 55 countries competed in the 2019 World Shooting Para Sport Championships, which were held in Sydney, Australia, from October 12 to 18.Photo courtesy of Polish Paralympic Committee

Poland’s Barbara Moskal took the gold in the women's vision impaired competition, setting a new world record of 214.3 points in the process.

Meanwhile, a Polish team of Szymon Sowiński, Kacper Pierzyński and Sławomir Okoniewski won the silver in the men’s P4 air pistol competition.

Poland's Sowiński, Pierzyński and Filip Rodzik grabbed the bronze in the men’s P1 air pistol team event.

A total of 285 athletes from 55 countries competed in the 2019 World Shooting Para Sport Championships, which were held in Sydney from October 12 to 18.

Poland finished seventh in the overall medal standings.

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Source: Polish Paralympic Committee, paralympic.org