Lasko 2020 European 10m Championships postponed

Second edition of the competition will take place in November in Slovenia 15 Apr 2020
Four people in wheelchairs taking part in a shooting competition
Belgrade hosted the first edition of the European 10m Championships in 2018 with 122 athletes from 27 countries
ⒸBelgrade 2018 LOC
By World Shooting Para Sport

The Lasko 2020 European 10m Championships in Slovenia has been postponed to November. 

The announcement was made by the Lasko 2020 Local Organising Committee (LOC) and World Shooting Para Sport on Thursday (16 April).

The Europeans were initially scheduled to take place from 11-19 June. The new competition dates are 20-25 November.

The decision to postpone the Championships was taken due to the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced many sporting events to be cancelled or postponed around the world.

Lasko 2020 will be second European 10m Championships following the successful first edition held in 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia, with 122 athletes from 27 countries.

Ukraine topped the medals table at Belgrade 2018 followed by the host nation in second and France in third.

Lasko 2020 will also mark the first time events for vision impaired (VI) athletes are part of the Europeans official competition programme.

The Euros will take place in two different venues in the Slovenian city. The competition and training hall will be located at the Tri Lilije Hall Lasko, while the finals will be held at the Hotel Termana Park.