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Mongolians ranked second, third and ninth in world in competitive pistol shooting PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 02 February 2009
ImageA Mongolian athlete is currently ranked as the number two target shooter in the world. 

O.Gundegmaa, Mongolia's 2008 Beijing Olympic silver medallist in competitive pistol shooting, currently holds 3,108 points--according to the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF)-- in women's 25m air-pistol shooting and is second after China’s Cheng Ying, ranked first with 3,202 points.              

Two other Mongolian shooters are also in the world's top-ten in competitive shooting--D.Munkhbayar, representing Germany, is third with 2,793 points, and D. Munkzul is ninth with 876 points.  

ISSF ranks shooters based upon results achieved by the shooters at Olympic events, ISSF supervised championships and competitions.


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