thursday, february 4, 2021 at 11:41 pm
Salé – The Russians Kapetsky Maxime and Sipotina Ikatrina won the 4th edition of the Moroccan International Grand Prix for sport shooting, in the Trap category, organized under the chairmanship of HRH Prince Moulay Rachid.
Author of a total of 46 points, the Russian won ahead of the Spaniards Fernandes Alberto (45 points) and Garcia Juan with 35 points, during this prestigious competition organized by the Royal Moroccan Shooting Federation (FRMTS), from January 28 to February 6 at the Club les Chênes de Tir et de Loisirs in Elarjat (suburb of Salé).
Moroccan shooter Driss Al Hafari placed 6th with 20 points.
In a statement to MAP, Kapetsky Maxime expressed his joy for this coronation after strong competition with international champions of this discipline, welcoming the organization and the conditions in which this event took place.
Among the women, the 2nd step of the podium went to the Spaniard Martinez Beatrez with 37 points, followed by the Russian Simianova Darya (29 points). Moroccan Yassmine Mrighi finished 6th with 14 points.
In a similar statement, the Russian Sipotina Ikatrina expressed her satisfaction with her coronation, stressing the strong competitiveness between the participants.
This sporting event took place in the presence in particular of the deputy president of the Royal Moroccan Federation of Sport Shooting, Abdeladim Lhafi, of the President of the International Federation of Sport Shooting (ISSF), Vladimir Lisin, of the Secretary General of the ISSF, Alexander Gunther and the President of the African Shooting Sport Confederation, Hazem Hosni.
This edition, organized by the FRMTS in collaboration with the ISSF, sees the participation of more than 100 shooters, including 72 representing 14 countries from four continents (Africa, Europe, Asia and Latin America), in the Trap and Skeet.
The athletes participating in this competition represent the best shooters in the world, including champions who have won medals at the Olympic Games, the World Championships and the World Cup.
This competition will continue on Friday with the mixed trap final.