Australia’s Olympic Pistol Shooters Announced

today 17, April 2020

The Australian Olympic Committee today announced the 2020 Australian Shooting Team Athletes who will compete in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2021.

Pistol Australia and the whole pistol community congratulates:
Daniel Repacholi, Air Pistol Men – 5th Olympic Games
Dina Aspandiyarova, Air Pistol Women – 4th Olympic Games
Elena Galiabovitch, 25M Pistol – 2nd Olympic Games
Sergei Evglevski, Rapid Fire – 1st Olympic Games
Vlad Galiabovitch, Head Coach

A special congratulations goes to Daniel Repacholi who will join an elite group of athletes who have attended 5 Olympic Games.

Please click here to see the official AOC Media Release: AOC Media Release – Shooting Team

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