Important Notice re the Finals Format for the 2022 ISSF National Championships.

today 8, February 2022

Important Notice re the Finals Format for the 2022 ISSF National Championships.
 
As many of you maybe aware the ISSF has introduced a new finals format for international events. Please note that this will NOT be implemented at the 2022 ISSF National Championships at Yarra Pistol Club. The Finals formats for the 2022 ISSF Nationals will be same as has been used for the past few years.
 
The reason for maintaining the current system is:
 
1. Pistol Australia do not introduce new rules until after the Nationals, AND
2. The new Finals are a lot more time consuming so a method on how to conduct the new format with paper targets still needs to be investigated and agreed to.
 
Pistol Australia
8 February 2022

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