(ANSA) – LONATO DEL GARDA, APRIL 27 – Blue triumph in the Skeet competition of the Shooting World Cup in Lonato.
In the final out of 40 targets Luigi Lodde, a Sardinian biologist enrolled at club level for the Army, won, who made a ‘clear’ path without making mistakes. To enhance his success the fact of having beaten the American champion Vincent Hancock, known as “the Maradona of skeet shooting”, 3 Olympic gold medals in as many editions of the Games (Beijing, London and Tokyo), who finished at 38. Third place for the Rio Olympic champion Gabriele Rossetti, with 28/30. “In my sport the rules change constantly – Lodde commented after the match – and it is not easy to adapt, there is a moment of confusion. The remedy is to break all the targets, as I did today. Italy we are an example to everyone, thanks to Fitav, and Paris (the Games of 2024 ed.) Is close.I am even happier because today I beat two Olympians: now my heart is beating a thousand.
The future? When I quit I would like to be a coach, but it’s not easy after 25 years around the world. “In the women’s Skeet competition, American Cathlyn Connor won, fourth was the blue Martina Bartolomei, from Tuscany from Laterina. (ANSA) .
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