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25 June, 2024
 
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Cyprus first in 2023 trap and skeet international Grand Prix

Cypriots rank first with 14 medals in the Cyprus Grand Prix 2023 Trap and Skeet international competition

Source: CNA

Seven medals in shooting and 7 in trap were secured by Cypriot athletes in the Cyprus Grand Prix 2023 Trap and Skeet international competition, earning them first place in the relevant scoreboard.

The competition was held at the Cyprus Olympic Shooting Range ‘Lakis Psimolophitis’ in the area of Latsia, on the outskirts of the capital Nicosia.

Out of the 33 medals of the competition, Cypriot shooters won 14 (4 gold, 6 silver, and 4 bronze) and are at the top of the scoreboard with a significant difference from Greece which came second with 4 medals (one gold, two silver, and one bronze), while Norway came third with 2 medals (one gold and one silver).

The Cypriot athletes secured 14 medals, with seven in shooting and seven in trap. In shooting, they won 3 gold, 2 silver, and 2 bronze medals, and in trap 1 gold, 4 silver, and 2 bronze medals.

Gold medals were won by Constantina Nicolaou (women's shooting), Cleanthis Varnavidis (junior shooting), Giorgos Gregoriou (junior trap), and Nicolas Vassiliou and Constantina Nikolaou in the Mixed Skeet team.

Six silver medals were won by Yiannis Ailiotis (men's trap), Andi Iereidis (women's trap), Anastasia Eleftheriou (women's skeet), Nicos Nicolaou (junior men's skeet), Chara Meli (junior women's trap), and Andreas Hadzisavvas in the veteran's trap category.

Finally, the 4 bronze medals were won by Nihat Akterzi (men's trap), Despina Tsangaridou (women's trap), Panayiota Andreou (women's skeet), and Sotiris Antoniou and Anastasia Eleftheriou in the Mixed Skeet team.

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