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Munkhbayar Dorjsuren

 München Shooting

Summary

Great long sport career, many years at the top of the world in my sport. 6 times Olympian, 2 Olympic medals and 2 World Championship titles.

Description

I has competed at six Summer Olympic Games. I represented Mongolia at the 1992 Summer Olympics, at the 1996 Summer Olympics, and at the 2000 Summer Olympics. I represented Germany at the 2004 Summer Olympics, at the 2008 Summer Olympics and at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

At the 1992 Summer Olympics I won the bronze medal in the women's 25 metre pistol category. I won the 1998 ISSF World Shooting Championships in 10 metre air pistol and the 2002 ISSF World Shooting Championships in 25 metre pistol.

I won gold in the Milan leg of the 2009 ISSF World Cup, 25 metre pistol category.

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Greatest successes

Succes for Mongolia

  • 1992 bronze medal at the Olympic Games 
  • 1992 with the sport pistol
  • 1996 World Cup winner in Havana with air and sport pistol.
  • 1997 World Cup winner in Milan with sport pistol.
  • 1998 World Champion in Barcelona with air pistol
  • 1998 World Cup winner in Milan with sport pistol

Success for Germany

  • 2002 World Champion with sport pistol
  • 2002 World Cup victory in Milan with air pistol
  • 2002 German Champion with air pistol
  • 2003 European Champion (team) with air pistol
  • 2004 World Cup victory in Milan with air pistol
  • 2005 Military World Champion with sport pistol
  • 2005 Silver medal at the Military World Championships (team) with the sport pistol
  • 2005 Bronze Medal at the Military World Championships (Team) with Rapid Fire Pistol
  • 2007 Silver medal at the World Military Games (team) with the sport pistol
  • 2008 Bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Beijing with the sport pistol
  • 2008 Winner at the World Cup Final in Bangkok with sport pistol
  • 2008 Silver medal at the Military World Championships (team) with sport pistol
  • 2008 Silver medal at the Military World Championships (team) with rapid fire pistol
  • 2009 World Cup victory in Milan with the sport pistol
  • 2009 Military World Champion with the sport pistol
  • 2009 Military World Champion (team) with the sport pistol
  • 2009 Military World Champion with rapid fire pistol
  • 2009 Military World Champion (team) with rapid fire pistol
  • 2012 Silver medal at the World Cup final with the sport pistol

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