2023 World Shooting Para Sport Championships – schedule and results
The 2023 World Shooting Para Sport Championships take place in Lima, Peru from 18-29 September.
World Shooting Para Sport results and schedule
Times shown below are local to Lima, Peru. Click on an athlete’s name to find out more about them and to send a message of support.
(time in Peru, -17
hours from NZST)
THU 21 SEP
FRI 22 SEP
|10m R4 Rly 2
SAT 23 SEP
SUN 24 SEP
|10m R3 Relay 1
|10m R3 Relay 2
|10m R5 Relay 1
MON 25 SEP
|6th in qualifier
|10m P2 FINAL
TUE 26 SEP
WED 27 SEP
|50m R6 Elim 1
|50m R6 Elim 2
|50m R9 Elim 1
|50m R9 Elim 2
THUR 28 SEP
|50m R6 Q
|50m R6 FINAL
|50m R9 Q
|50m R9 FINAL
About the 2023 World Shooting Para Sport Championships
Peru’s capital Lima will host the 2023 World Shooting Para Sport (WSPS) Championships, marking the first time that the event takes take place in the Americas.
Competition will be at the Las Palmas Air Base. Around 300 athletes from more than 50 countries will compete at the World Championships.
How does classification work in Shooting Para sport?
Shooting Para sport is the sport of shooting for Para athletes who have a physical impairment
leading to reduced function in the lower and/or upper limbs.
Classification provides the structure for fair and equitable competition to ensure that winning is determined by skill, fitness, power, endurance, tactical ability and mental focus. Classification groups Para athletes into a sport class according to the degree of activity limitation resulting from their impairment. In Shooting Para sport, there are three different sport classes:
SPORT CLASS SH1 (PISTOL)
Para athletes with upper and/or lower limb impairment competing in pistol events are in the SH1 class.
SPORT CLASS SH1 (RIFLE)
This sport class is designated to Para athletes with lower limb impairment for competition in rifle events.
SPORT CLASS SH2 (RIFLE)
This sport class is for rifle events only, and is designated to Para athletes with upper limb impairment (which necessitates them to use a shooting stand to support the rifle), all or not in combination with lower limb impairment.