wanted 2022

WANTED

STEYR SPORT is looking for the 4th of 4 possible record holders.
The only ISSF World Record that doesn’t belong to the STEYR SPORT-shooter’s is in Women’s 10-m Air Rifle. Improve the old ISSF World Record of 634,0 rings with your STEYR air rifle in Women’s 10m Air Rifle competition and you will be rewarded with 10,000 Euros by the company "Steyr Sport GmbH"!
For further information or questions please contact us directly under E-mail: marketing@steyr-sport.com

world record 2021

NEW WORLD RECORD! 

STEYR Sport is still on the hunt for records

STEYR holds the world record in 10 m air pistol men and women:

Since April 12th, 2009 the STEYR shooter Jin Jongoh from Korea is the owner of the world record with an unbelievable result of 594 points.

At the 2018 World Cup in the USA, air pistol STEYR-shooter Anna Korakaki from Greece set a new world record with 587 points.
2019 was another successful year. The Ukrainian air pistol STEYR-shooter Olena Kostevych repeated the record of 587 points at the World Cup in Munich.

Now we are pleased to introduce you the new AIR RIFLE record holder.
Vladimir Maslennikov from Russia set a fantastic new world record with his STEYR Challenge E with 635.0 points in the 10 m air rifle at the ISSF President’s Cup in Poland.
That is 1.5 points more than the last world record.

We are very proud of our record holders, who have inscribed themselves in the history of shooting sports with their trust in our product and their skills.

STEYR SPORT stands for WORLD RECORDS,
STEYR SPORT is WORLD CLASS.

STEYR. Who else?

issf presidents cup rifle pistol

ISSF PRESIDENT’S CUP RIFLE/PISTOL

Wroclaw, Poland 03.11-10.11.2021

Air Pistol Women:
GOLD: KOSTEVYCH Olena, UKR – (EVO 10 E)
BRONZE: JIANG Ranxin, CHN – (EVO 10 E)

Air Pistol Mixed Team*:
GOLD: FOROUGHI Javad, IRI – (EVO 10)
SILVER: CHERNOUSOV Artem, RUS – (EVO 10 E)
BRONZE: KORAKAKI Anna, GRE – (EVO 10 E)
*The list contains only representatives of Steyr Sport weapons.

NEW WORLD RECORD Air Rifle Men – MASLENNIKOV VLADIMIR, RUS – (CHALLENGE E)