THEY ARE THE FUTURE OF SERBIAN SPORTS: Silver and bronze medals at the World Cup! (PHOTO) – Other sports, Top News, News Sports news

Great result of the young shooters!

Young people Serbian the shooters were decorated with silver and bronze medals today at World Junior Cup in German Zulu.

Women’s junior team with an air rifle won silver in the competition of 17 teams, and the men’s junior team won bronze in the team category with the same weapon.

She achieved the best placement in individual competitions Ljiljana Cvetković, winning eighth place. As the sixth in the qualifications, she went to the finals. In the fight for the medal, she started well, but due to two slightly worse shots, she fell to the back, so she finished eighth in the final, which, in the competition of 66 competitors, is a very valuable ranking.

The team silver medal would not have happened if our two other competitors had not presented themselves in a good light. Natalija Pavlović occupied 19, a Emilija Ponjavić 27th place. Serbia as a team, collected 1,800.3, with a little more than three laps behind the winner, India.


All three of them Serbian shooters placed among the top 20 in the individual standings, but none made it to the finals. The closest to the eighth place in the “ticket” for the fight for medals was Aleksa Rakonjac. He took the ninth position. Only three tenths of a circle separated him from the eighth-placed. Not far from the final was i Marko Ivanovicwho took 11th place. Petar Erdei placed in the 18th position.

She won gold in the men’s team competition Swedenand better than of Serbia there was still only India..

Air Rifle, Junior Girls: 1. Oshen Miller (France) 250.2, 2. Misaki Nobata (Japan) 249.7, 3. Jeun Kim (South Korea) 227.5… 8. Ljiljana Cvetković 121.0… Qualifications: 1. Nor-Vol ( Norway) 632.8… 6. Cvetković 628.6… 19. Natalija Pavlović 626.6… 27. Emilija Ponjavić 625.1… Team: 1. India 1,883.5, 2. Serbia 1,880.3, 3. Norway 1,877, 2…

Air rifle, juniors: 1. Srikant Danuš (India) 249.4, 2. Pontus Kalin (Sweden) 248.1, 3. Roman Ofrere (France) 227.1… Qualifications: 1. Kalin 631.2… 9. Aleksa Rakonjac 626.4… 11. Marko Ivanovic 625.8… 18. Petar Erdei 623.7… Team: 1. Sweden 1,881.5, 2. India 1,879.0, 3. Serbia 1,875.9…

Source: Sportske vesti – HotSport by

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