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CEP Mens Triples - 2009

Mens Triples - held in the odd numbered years to decide the European Mens Triples Champion and for the first time the best 24 Nations to represent Europe at the FIPJP World Championship

Shooting

Precision Shooting Champion: Charles Weibel - Belgium


CEP Champions A: Men 2009 - France
1. France 2 - Henri Lacroix, Bruno Leboursicaud, Philippe Suchaud, Thierry Grandet
2. Spain - Francisco Palazo, Manuel Romero, Victor Garcia, Antonio Lopez

3. France 1 - Philippe Quintais, Michel Loy, Stéphane Robineau, Christophe Sarrio
3. Denmark - Soren Bentzen, Emil Petersen, Eric Geraci, Morten Saxild Hansen

5. Belgium - Charles Weibel, Michel Van Campenhout, Mickael Masuy, Andy Thienpondt
5. Italy - Fabrizio Bottero, Walter Torre, Fabio Dutto, Maurizio Biancotto
5. Estonia - Martin Mand, Margus Berkmann, Roger Viks, Veiko Proos
5. Turkey - Ramazan Ardiclik, Ozcan Duman, Selim Dedemoglu, Mustafa Yilmaz


B European Championship (in ranking order)
1. Sweden - Filip Goldeus, Bjorn Ivarsson, Kenneth Kohalmi, Richard Nilsson
2. Finland - Mikko Kamppuri, Anssi Viinikainen, Mikael Gripenberg, Miska Nieminen

3. Czech Republic - Lukas Valenz, Mirsolav Muzik, Pavel Valenz, Jiri Kores
3. Luxemburg - Alain Laterza, Serge Cattazo, Angelo Contardi, Alain Niclot

5. Monaco - Fernand Riviere, Eric Motte, Nicolas Riviere, Philippe Perez
5. Hungary - Frank Laszlo, Hegedus Gabor, Pancsits Zsolt, Gabor Hegedus
5. Wales - Philip Bradshaw, Neil Dobbins, Matthew Franks, Cyril Royer
5. Switzerland - Joseph Molinas, Didier Sénezergues, Jacques Vouant

European Championship Individual Precision Shooting:

1. Charles Weibel, Belgium
2. Philippe Quintais, France

3. Richard Nilsson, Sweden
3. Didier Sénezergues, Switzerland

5. Hugo Rodrigues, Portugal
5. Victor Garcia, Spain
5. Fabrizio Bottero, Italy
5. Veiko Proos, Estonia