DATE AND PLACE OF THE EVENT
From 23 to 30 April 2017
Shooting range at Litewska 20 Street
71-344 Szczecin, Poland
SIUS Ascor electronic targets will be used for all events (qualification and finals). The range is equipped with 16 firing points.
Dates of competition
|Arrivals||23-24 April 2017|
|International Classification*||24-25 April 2017 (*To be confirmed)|
|Equipment Control||24-25 April 2017|
|Technical Meeting||25 April 2017|
|Competition Dates||26-29 April 2017|
|Departures||30 April 2017|
SHOOTING COMPETITIONS WITH FINALS
This is a Program 2 competition featuring 10 meter air events only. R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, P1, P2, P5 FTP, FTR1, FTR2
Rules and Regulations
The competition will be conducted under ISSF and World Shooting Para Sport Rules and Regulations. If require further information, please visit:
Viability of Events
Individual events are considered viable if there are athletes from a minimum of four (4) countries entered through the Entry by Name.
Team events will be considered viable if a minimum of three (3) eligible NPCs have entered teams through the Entry by Name (note: in cases where only 3 teams participate, medals will be awarded according to the minus-one rule).
If an event fails to meet the above minimum viability criteria, the event is not considered viable and will be cancelled.
NOTE: After the revision of the final entries by World Shooting Para Sport it will be confirmed if International Classification will be offered, should there be a viable number of participants requiring classification.
If confirmed, International Classification will be conducted on 24-25 April 2017.
At least 4 weeks prior to classification the athlete’s completed IPC Medical Information Form
and Classification Consent Form must have been uploaded to the athlete’s SDMS profile, these
forms can be found on the World Shooting Para Sport website: HERE
Results, Rankings and Records
After the competition is finished, results will be reviewed and published on the World Shooting Para Sport website and the Ranking and Records lists will be updated accordingly.
Only athletes that are licensed, have a sport class status Review (R) or Confirmed (C) and reach the rankings cut-off standard for the relevant event, will have their results recognized for ranking purposes.
For further information see the IPC Shooting Rules and Regulations: HERE
All participants are responsible to transport their own firearms and ammunition. The Organizer is unable to write Permission for Carriage, but at your request can prepare documents confirming your participation in the competition and the destination of using those weapons.
Competitors and teams arriving with firearms from countries belonging to European Union are advised to obtain necessary EU firearms certificate. Citizens of countries from outside of European Union should contact polish embassy or consulate in country they belong to, in order to fill out the necessary documents for importing the firearms to Poland for competition purposes. All weapons imported to Poland should be also included in firearms declaration for the competition, which should be delivered to organizer by e-mail. Organizer provides the confirmation of participation to competition, official invitation and firearms declaration.
To request an Official Letter of Invitation from the LOC, to aid with your visa application process, please send the visa support form to the LOC with the following details:
1. Full name as in passport
2. Function in the team
3. Passport number
4. Passport expiry date
5. Copy of Passport (Clear to see)
Please note that all participants (athletes and team officials) attending this event must ensure they have the appropriate personal, medical and travel insurance, as the event will not indemnify individual claims.
Doping control will be conducted according to the IPC Anti-Doping Code.
The average temperature in April in Szczecin is max. 20º, min 10º.