(ANSA) – MASSA MARTANA, 28 AUGUST – The 14th edition of the ‘Nando Rossi’ skeet shooting memorial, on the platforms of the Umbriaverde Tav, was won by Diego Meoni from Terni, bearer of the Fiamme Rosse (the sports group of the Vigili of fire).
The Umbrian had no rivals having finished without errors, and with a score of 100/100 he imposed himself on all the participants in the two races. For this, he received the silver trophy named after the President of Coni Umbria and vice-president Fitav who died in 2008. This year’s edition recorded the absolute record of registrations, the total of which exceeded 700.
“It is a result that fills me with pride, especially considering that in the race there were champions of the caliber of Giovanni Pellielo, four times world champion and four times on the Olympic podium, and Massimo Fabbrizi, silver medal at London 2012 , which have always been my myths – commented Meoni – It was particularly exciting to win here in Umbria, one step away from home “.
The first six shooters of the general classification measured themselves in a barrage that awarded one of the two Beretta 686 rifles, offered up for grabs by the Gardone Val Trompia Arms Factory. To raise him at the end of the final was the policeman of Artena (the town in the province of Rome where there is the rugby museum with the largest number of relics in the world) Simone Lorenzo Prosperi with an impeccable 25/25 The second, reserved for first three classified in the Second and Third Category, was conquered by Pier Paolo Murtas of Oristano on 20/25.
The Fiocchi Master was also held during the Memorial, organized by the Lecco Munitions Factory. Called to compete with the clay pigeons were 30 shooters who passed two qualifying phases, the first on Fiocchi Day, which was attended by 4,436 shooters, and the second with the Final, with over a thousand shooters competing. The Alexandrian Mattia Sardi, of the Fiamme Azzurre, won the Golden Cartridge with 99/100. (HANDLE).