Home » Sport » Croatia’s Anton Glasnovic wins gold at World Cup Shotgun in Cyprus

Croatia’s Anton Glasnovic wins gold at World Cup Shotgun in Cyprus

Anton Glasnovic (Screenshot)

Croatia’s Anton Glasnovic (39) has won gold at the World Cup Shotgun which ended in Nicosia, Cyprus on Friday.  

Glasnovic hit 121/125 targets, and the in the final 44/50 targets to win gold in the Men’s Trap. Andreas Loew from Germany and Brit Matthew John Coward-Holley won the silver and bronze.

Anton’s brother Josip, who won gold for Croatia at the 2016 Olympic Games, finished 16th with 129 targets, whilst another Croatian, Marko Germin took 18th place (119 targets). 

Glasonvic has been in great form of late and his chances of a medal at this year’s Olympics are looking bright, 24sata reported. 

World Cup Shotgun, Nicosia. Final Trap Men,12.03.2020

World Cup Shotgun, Nicosia. Final Trap Men,12.03.2020

Objavljuje ISSF – International Shooting Sport Federation u Četvrtak, 12. ožujka 2020.

Share on:
0 / 5 (0 votes)

Sign up to receive the Croatia Week Newsletter

Related Posts