Croatian Shooting Federation



hr-streljacki-savez President Hubert Kišpal
Secretary General Suzana Skoko

Croatian Shooting Federation was founded on June 6, 1948 in Zagreb.
Member of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) and the European Shooting Confederation (ESC) since April 26, 1992.



Head office
Ferde Livadića 22
HR - 10000 Zagreb

Tel. +385 1 2331122
Faks +385 1 2331177
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Cairo, Zagreb, 4 March 2021 - After Anton Glasnović won gold in the individual competition two days ago, the Croatian National Team in Trap, composed of Anton and Josip Glasnović and Giovanni Cernogoraz, won the team gold medal at the World Cup in Cairo (Egypt).

Zagreb, March 1st, 2020 –Regarding the Croatian athletes at the international stage, the weekend of the February-March transition was marked by our proverbially successful shooters. The national shooting male team in 10M Air Rifle - Miran Maričić, Petar Gorša and Borna Petanjek - won a silver medal at the European Shooting Championships 10Mheld in Wroclaw (Poland).In the second qualification round,  the Croatian threesome achieved the second best result (626.4 hits), which also brought our team a fight for gold medal with the best representation of the second part of the competition - Russia (628.6 hits). The Russians (Sergei Kamensky, Alexander Dryagin and Vladimir Maslenikov) confirmed that primacy in the finals by winning 16-8. Team bronze went to the French ... Miran Maričić and Esthera Herceg also won bronze in mixed doubles for Croatia.

Zagreb, April 9, 2019 - The current Olympic winner in Trap, Croatian shooter Josip Glasnović won a gold medal at the World Cup held in the city of Al Ain (United Arab Emirates), where in the qualifications he reached the World Record with all 125 shot targets, followed by the finals where he beat Thailand’s Savate Sresthaporn. Glasnović and Sresthaporn first shot 47 out of 50 targets in the finals and being thus entitled to cracking the last series for gold. In the cracking, Josip shot nine and Thai shooter eight targets. Germany’s Paul Pigorsch took the third place.