The 51st ISSF World Championship in all Shooting events will kick off on the 7th of September. ISSF announces live TV coverage on its website www.issf-sports.org and via Eurovision.
Over 2000 athletes coming from 100 countries, more than 50 events in 13 days of competitions, 64 Olympic quota places. These are the numbers of the 51st ISSF World Championship in all Shooting events that will be held in Granada (ESP) from the 7th through the 20th of September 2014.
It's the biggest ISSF competition, and it's the most important shooting sport event between London 2012 and Rio 2016: the 51st ISSF World Championship is indeed the first qualifier for the next Games. Everybody's here. Olympic and Continental Champions, title defenders, World Cup heroes, senior experts and young roosters: they are all competing to become the new World Champions and to secure a ticket to Brazil.
"In occasion of the 51st ISSF World Championship in all Shooting events, we're committed to offer a great media coverage of our sport!" The ISSF Secretary General Franz Schreiber said, announcing live TV coverage of the event.
All the finals of the 15 Olympic Shooting events will be broadcasted live, via satellite and on the internet. Broadcasters will have access to live TV footage through the Eurovision network. Shooting fans from all over the world will be able to access live coverage of the championship both on the ISSF website (www.issf-sports.org) and on the official ISSF YouTube channel
Results, stories, interviews, photo galleries and video-on-demand will be posted every day on the ISSF website and on our social media pages, completing the offer of contents produced directly on the field of play.
The countdown is already ticking on the ISSF website www.issf-sports.org, measuring the time remaining before the first live transmission: only 3 days to go to the 10m Air Rifle Men final, the medal match that will open the World Championship. Stay tuned!