Former West Virginia University
rifle All-American Nicco Campriani continues to collect medals on the
International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup circuit, as he
finished third in the men's 10m air rifle yesterday in Munich.
The Florence, Italy, native shot 598 (100-100-99-100-99-100) in
the open relay and 104.2 in the finals, securing the Bronze medal with a
702.2 total. Campriani, the reigning air rifle world champion and the
2011 NCAA air rifle champion, has now won four medals in the last three
competitions, as he finished first in air rifle and second in the
men's 50m rifle 3 position at the Milan ISSF World Cup last week.
Additionally, he won the men's rifle 3 position at the London ISSF
World Cup on April 28.
All-American and rising sophomore Meelis Kiisk, a native of
Paide, Estonia, also shot in the competition and finished with a score
of 583 (97-99-98-97-96-96).
All-American and rising senior Petra Zublasing, the reigning
NCAA air rifle champion and Campriani's Italian National Team
teammate, shot 393 (98-99-99-97) in the women's 10m air rifle
A complete recap of the Munich ISSF World Cup will be provided
on Tuesday, May 29.