Shooter Shaziri earns gold medal at worlds

By ABRAHAM TSHUVA
July 16, 2006 08:41

 
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Doron Shaziri won the gold medal at the disabled shooting world championships on Saturday in Switzerland. Shaziri, a medalist at the Paralympic Games two years ago in Athens, won in the free rifle category with a score of 591 out of a possible 600. The 39-year-old was competing without his coach, European champ Guy Starik, who is himself preparing for the world championships next week in Zagreb, Croatia.

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