National Shooting Championship gets underway in Hanoi

Hanoi played host to the opening of the National Shooting Championship on November 6, with 224 shooters from across the country participating in the event.

National Shooting Championship gets underway in Hanoi
This year’s version of the tournament proves to be the biggest of all, attracting 224 athletes from 13 delegations nationwide.
National Shooting Championship gets underway in Hanoi
Shooters compete for 38 sets of medals across 20 different categories.
National Shooting Championship gets underway in Hanoi
Do Van Binh, president of the Vietnam Shooting Federation, states that the championship aims to choose the best athletes who will represent the country during global tournaments which will take place next year.
National Shooting Championship gets underway in Hanoi
Referees and athletes swear an oath at the opening ceremony.
National Shooting Championship gets underway in Hanoi
The organisers present bouquets of flowers to participating delegations.
National Shooting Championship gets underway in Hanoi
The organisers award medals to winning shooters in some of the early categories.
National Shooting Championship gets underway in Hanoi
The tournament is scheduled to last until November 12.
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