An Olympic Skeet 2 day selection shoot for the World Cup in Finland will be held at Lispopple Ground on saturday 20th and Sunday 21st April 2019
ISSF / ESC Selection
Selection for ISSF / ESC events will be chosen by the current ISSF format for events, 75 targets shot on a Saturday and 50 targets being shot on the Sunday followed by a 60 target final of the top 6 athletes held under the current ISSF procedure.
All ISSF / ESC selection shoots and finals will have mandatory line referees as to maintain the same qualification standards which are adhered to at all ISSF / ESC events.
Scores from qualification rounds will not be carried into the final, allocation of position in the final will be decided by current ISSF procedure (highest qualification score receives position no.1 and so forth). In the event of a tie for 1st and 2nd place after the 60 target final a sudden death shoot-off on stand 4 doubles will decide the winner.
The winner of the final will be awarded first available team place, and second place awarded the next available place and third the next available place.
When all team places are allocated through the scoring placement mechanism then the next highest score will be awarded the opportunity to shoot at the targeted event in an MQS position if there are MQS places at the targeted event.
Acceptance for a place at one of the ISSF events must be given no late than one week to the day after the places have been won. Acceptance for such places will be directed to the ICTSA by email to email@example.com
Failure to follow the acceptance procedure will result in the surrender of the team place which will be immediately offered to the next eligible athlete.
In the event of 1st, 2nd or 3rd place not wishing to accept a team place then the place will be offered to subsequent placed shooters in the final.
Any person wishing to take up a team position at an ISSF / ESC event must have shot at least one MCS (Minimum consideration score) within the previous 12 months of the date of the selection competition.