27th Summer Universiade in Kazan,

July 6-17 2013

Shooting sport

Medal events at 2013 Summer Universiade

Overall number of medal events: 34
Technical handbook
  • 50 m Rifle Prone
  • 50 m Rifle 3 Positions
  • 10 m Air Rifle
  • 50 m Pistol
  • 10 m Air Pistol
  • 25 m Rapid Fire Pistol
  • 25 m Standard Pistol
  • Skeet
  • Trap
  • Double Trap
  • 50 m Rifle Prone
  • 50 m Rifle 3 Positions
  • 10 m Air Rifle
  • 25 m Pistol
  • 10 m Air Pistol
  • Skeet
  • Trap

Maximum number of entries: 36 per nation.

Participating countries

  • AUS
  • AUT
  • ARG
  • BLR
  • BRA
  • GBR
  • HUN
  • GER
  • GEO
  • IND
  • IRI
  • IRL
  • ESP
  • ITA
  • KAZ
  • CAN
  • QAT
  • CYP
  • KGZ
  • CHN
  • LTU
  • MAS
  • MEX
  • MGL
  • UAE
  • PAK
  • POL
  • RUS
  • SRB
  • SIN
  • SVK
  • USA
  • THA
  • TPE
  • UKR
  • FIN
  • FRA
  • MNE
  • CZE
  • SUI
  • EST
  • KOR
  • RSA
  • JPN


Medal winning countries and medallists at Summer Universiade 2013 in Kazan
Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 RUS 12 8 5 25
2 CHN 9 8 10 27
3 ITA 3 5 1 9

Shooting competitions were included in the programme of the 2007 and 2011 Summer Universiades.

Trap shooting has a long history and a very good legacy in the Republic of Tatarstan.
In the early 20th century trap shooting was popular among hunting enthusiasts that were united in sports and hunting societies. A new impulse was given to the sports’ development when the children and youth shooting school was established in Tetyushi, a small town on the bank of the Volga River.
Sultan Yarullin was at the head of the school from 1961 to 1986 and trained both shooting masters and coaches to whom he passed his skills and knowledge. Yarullin was the first Merited Coach of the USSR and RSFSR in the Republic of Tatarstan. Among his trainees are many-time world and European champions, champions of the USSR and RSFSR (Svetlana Demina, Lyudmila Volodina), medallists of large international competitions (Andrey Bychkov, Yury Stolypin, Tatyana Taraydayko, Sergey Protasov, Nikolay Spiridonov). Yury Shegurov became the first Master of Sport International Level in the Republic of Tatarstan.
Years later, these veterans passed the torch to new young trainees of the Tetyushi School which is currently headed by Andrey Kushagin. Sergey Demin, who was born and raised in Tetyushi and was greatly inspired by Sultan Yarullin’s commitment to shooting, became the Merited Master of Sport and head coach of Tatarstan’s trap shooting squad. It’s under his guidance that members of the Russian national team – Svetlana Demina and Vasily Mosin – train.
Svetlana Demina is the most decorated athlete in the Republic of Tatarstan, Merited Master of Sport.  She started her trap shooting career in Tetyushi and later moved to Kazan. Demina took part in five Olympic Games (Seoul 1988, Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008). Her best achievement is silver in the women’s skeet event in 2000.
Today Svetlana Demina is ten-time world champion (individual and team events), she won Russian championships, European Championships (17 medals), and international and national competitions of various scale.
Another multi-titled athlete from Tatarstan is Vasily Mosin, who competes in double trap events. Vasily is a member of the Russian national team, participant of the Sydney 2000 and Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, three-time European champion, many-time champion of Russia.
Over 50 years of its existence, the Shooting School of the Olympic Reserve trained over 2,000 athletes, among them 2 merited masters of sport, 10 masters of sport international level, over 100 masters of sport and 180 candidates for masters of sport.

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Sviyaga Shooting Range

Address: 1 Sadovaya St, Vvedenskaya Sloboda, Verkhneuslonsky District
Phone: 8-917-397-98-23


Rifle Shooting Range

Address: 2a Novo-Davlikeevskaya St
Phone: (843) 235-15-53