Competitive Shooting

IDPA World Championship Results

The last shot has been fired, and now the results of the inaugural IDPA World Championship are in the book.

I personally fired 275 rounds over two days of shooting in intense heat and mud, and tomorrow we’ll take a look at my match performance.

Today however is reserved for the winners; we’ll list top 3 in each division as well as the special category winners that I remember.

Full results can be found here.

CDP

  1. Glenn Shelby
  2. David Olhasso
  3. Matt Sims

ESP

  1. James McGinty
  2. Morgan Allen
  3. Greg Martin

SSP

  1. Bob Vogel
  2. Brandon Wright
  3. James Meyers

ESR

  1. Jerry Miculek
  2. Cliff Walsh
  3. Andrea Lazzerini

SSR

  1. Craig Buckland
  2. Josh Lentz
  3. Kirk Crego

Most Accurate

  • James Meyers

High Lady

  • Tierani Hendrix

High Military Veteran

  • Rob Tate

And finally High Press

  • Caleb Giddings

Also, since this was a world championships, there were teams representing several nations.

The ones I can remember off the top of my head are: USA, Venezuela, Mexico, Italy, and Poland.

There were more than that, but I can’t remember them off my head.

Congratulations to all the winners, and more importantly thank you to everyone that came out to match, regardless of whether or not you won! IDPA wouldn’t be the sport that it is without the support of shooters like you, so thank you! Please remember to support match sponsors such as Cheaper than Dirt – a great way to say “thank you” to the sponsors would be to buy a box of the ammo I used to shoot the match, BVAC 124 grain JHP.

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