2021 ISSF Shooting World Cup: When and where to watch, schedule, live streaming details

This tournament will be the perfect practice arena for the Tokyo bound Indian shooters before the upcoming Olympics.

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The second stage of the 2021 ISSF Shooting World Cup is all set to begin on 22nd June in Osijek, Croatia. This tournament will play out as the perfect practice arena for the Tokyo bound shooters.

The 12-day shooting event will feature 300 shooters from 53 countries. The Indian shooting contingent has been in Croatia for a month. They should be in good stead to continue the dominance they enjoyed in the first stage of the 2021 ISSF Shooting World Cup. The national shooting team bagged 30 medals, including 15 golds, in the first stage and established their superiority. The second stage will offer them an opportunity to compete with the best before the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.

They will get a chance to gauge their skills, improve on their shortcomings and be ready in time for the Olympics.

Athletes to watch out for

In the 2021 ISSF Shooting World Cup, young gun, Manu Bhaker and Saurabh Chaudhary are players to watch out for 10m air pistol. In 10m air rifle event Ace Indian shooter, Apurvi Chandela, Elavenil Valarivan, Deepak Kumar, and Divyansh Singh Panwar will look to give a solid performance before Tokyo Olympics. One of the leading figures in the Indian shooting, Rahi Sarnobat will be taking part in the women’s 25m pistol event.

Where to watch 2021 ISSF Shooting World Cup

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Without a doubt, the Indian fans will be excited to watch their favourite shooting stars in action at the 2021 ISSF Shooting World Cup.

The event will be live-streamed on the ISSF Live Stream Channel and the official YouTube channel. It will begin 5 minutes prior to the start of the competitions. ISSF’s social media account will also be posting regular updates.

2021 ISSF Shooting World Cup Schedule

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The 2021 ISSF Shooting World Cup will commence on 22nd June. The Indian Standard Time (IST) is 3 and a half hours ahead of Croatia.

June 24

  • 12:00 Final 10m Air Rifle Men (Watch live at 11:55)
  • 14:00: Final 10m Air Rifle Women (Watch live at 13:55)
  • 16:15: Final 10m Air Pistol Women (Watch live at 16:10)
  • 18:15: Final 10m Air Pistol Men (Watch live at 18:10)

June 25

  • 10:15: Final Air Rifle Team Men (Watch live at 10:10)
  • 11:30: Final Air Rifle Team Women (Watch live at 11:25)
  • 13:00: Final Air Pistol Team Men (Watch live at 12:55)
  • 14:15: Final Air Pistol Team Women (Watch live at 14:10)
  • 17:00: Final Skeet Women (Watch live at 16:55)
  • 18:15: Final Skeet Men (Watch live at 18:10)

June 26

  • 10:00: Final 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team (Watch live at 09:55)
  • 14:15: Final 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team (Watch live at 14:10)
  • 16:30: Final Skeet Team Women (Watch live at 16:25)
  • 18:00: Final Skeet Team Men (Watch live at 17:55)

June 27

  • 15:00: Final Skeet Mixed Team (Watch live at 14:55)
  • 18:30: Final 50m Rifle 3 Positions Men (Watch live at 18:25)

June 28

  • 11:30: Final 25m Pistol Women (Watch live at 11:25)
  • 15:30: Final 50m Rifle 3 Positions Women (Watch live at 15:25)
  • 18:30: Final 50m Rifle 3 Positions Team Men (Watch live at 18:25)

June 29

  • 11:30: Final 50m Rifle 3 Positions Team Women (Watch live at 11:25)
  • 14:15: Final 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men (Watch live at 14:10)
  • 18:15: Final 50m Rifle 3 Positions Mixed Team (Watch live at 18:10)

June 30

  • 14:00: Final 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Mixed Team (Watch live at 13:55)
  • 16:30: Final Trap Women (Watch live at 16:25)
  • 17:45: Final Trap Men (Watch live at 17:40)

July 1

  • 11:00: Final 25m Pistol Team Women (Watch live at 10:55)
  • 14:00: Final 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Team Men (Watch live at 13:55)
  • 16:30: Final Trap Team Women (Watch live at 16:25)
  • 18:00: Final Trap Team Men (Watch live at 17:55)

July 2

16:00: Final Trap Mixed Team (Watch live at 15:55)

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