2019 World Field Target Championships Results

1 Comment12 August 2019  |  Air Arms

The 2019 World Field Target Championships (WFTC) welcomed twenty three teams of field target
shooters from all over the world in the enthralling three days of competition took place 8th – 10th August in Coventry, England.

Air Arms World field Target Championship

Over 350 competitors from 23 countries went head to head for the chance to be crowned the 2019 World Field Target Champion.

Air Arms Managing Director, Claire West commented:

Air Arms are both proud and honoured to have been part of this spectacular event. Air Arms shooters were out in force and put in some amazing performances, again we are so proud and humbled to have such a fantastic band of people using our products, not only here in the UK but from all over the world. The Air Arms team surpassed themselves with some excellent results.

Here are the final results:

PCP Full:

1st: John Costello (ENG) Total: 145
2nd: Jack Harris (WAL) Total: 141
3rd: Luis Barreiros (POR) Total: 140

PCP Team:
1st: Spain Total: 555
2nd: England Total: 553
3rd: Wales Total: 442

PCP Ladies:
1st: Ana Pereira (POR) Total: 134
2nd: Helen Carragher (WAL) Total: 127
3rd: Natalie Shead (ENG) Total: 126

PCP Junior:
1st: Redvers Gallagher (ENG) Total: 140
2nd: Dylan Varney (ENG) Total: 137
3rd: Bianca Müller (GER) Total: 124

PCP Veteran:
1st: Steve Franklin (ENG) Total: 139
2nd: Ian Taylor (ENG) Total: 137
3rd: Neil Hague (ENG) Total: 135

1st: Stephen Privett (ENG) Total: 135
2nd: John Amos (ENG) Total: 120
3rd: John Farbrother (ENG) Total: 118

Piston Team:
1st: England Total: 380
2nd: USA Total: 331
3rd: Germany Total: 325

Piston Ladies:
1st: Luciana Silveira (BRA) Total: 93
2nd: Heli Jalakas (EST) Total: 90
3rd: Ingrid Reinu (EST) Total: 86

Piston Veteran:
1st: John Amos (ENG) Total: 120
2nd: Dan Horrocks (WAL) Total: 105
3rd: Ray Apelles (USA) Total: 102

Piston Junior:
1st: Faustino Avondet (URU) Total: 106
2nd: Eva Maria Tõnurist (EST) Total: 90
3rd: Rein Jr Reinu (EST) Total: 64

Andy Kays
08 September 2021  |  6:02

It was Piston .... not Pistol :)