Medal Table

Nation

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

 RussiaRussia

8

7

3

18

 BelarusBelarus

3

4

2

9

 FranceFrance

2

3

3

8

 ChinaChina

2

1

6

9

 Czech RepublicCzech Republic

1

1

2

 BelgiumBelgium

1

1

 HungaryHungary

1

1

 GermanyGermany

1

2

3

 ItalyItaly

1

1

 QatarQatar

1

1

 AustriaAustria

1

1

 Results

Final Results

Individual and Group Accuracy

Individual Style

Formation Skydiving

Overall Results

The 40th CISM World Military Parachuting Championship

Kubinka, Moscow, Russia
17 Jul to 29 Jul 2016

The World Military Parachuting Championship holds three disciplines:

10 rounds

Jumps will be perfomed at 1000 m above the ground by groups of five people. They will have to land on a sensor with a diameter of 16 cm. Athletes and teams who have less number of deviations from the «zero point» become the champion

5 rounds

Freefall jumps will be performed at 2200 m above the ground. All athletes have to show the set of six figure: four spirals and two flips. The athlete who performes the whole set faster and more accurately becomes the champion

8 rounds

Group of four athletes and the air operator jump from 3200 m height and perform the set of five figures. The team with the first eight rounds of the greatest number of figures is a winner

Location

Events

17 Jul to 29 Jul 2016

july, 2016

18jul08:00- 19:00Trial jumping08:00 - 19:00 Kubinka

19jul08:00- 14:00Grand Opening08:00 - 14:00 Kubinka

19jul15:00- 19:00Сompetitive parachuting15:00 - 19:00 Kubinka

20jul07:30- 09:00BriefingPlatform #1 «Patriot»07:30 - 09:00 Kubinka

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History

The International Military Sports Council (CISM) unites armed forces of 134 member nations under the word «Friendship through Sport».

One of the professionally significant sports developed by the International Military Sports Council (CISM) is parachuting. This type of sports is directly linked to performing their service duties by military personnel in Airborne and Air Forces, Special Operations Forces and Intelligence of various Armies.

Military parachuting is a form of training military personnel which helps to learn easily such skills as accuracy landing, decision-making speed, free fall jumping, group jumping, jumping on a limited landing area etc.

The World Military Parachuting Championship holds three disciplines: single and group accuracy landing, single acrobatics and group acrobatics. And military parachutists annually compete in these disciplines.

The first CISM Parachuting Championship was held in 1964 in France and based in military parachute school. In 1983 women’s team joined the competition. Until 2011 only 36 countries participated CISM Parachuting Championship, but in 2013-2015 their number has reached 45.

In 1992 the Russian Federation joined the International Military Sports Council (CISM) and the Russian Armed Forces team for the first time participated in the CISM Parachuting Championship.

For 20 years (from 1993 to 2013) Russian team took the leading positions in competitions among men and women.

In 2014/2015 season the Russian Armed Forces team became the world champion and senior sergeant Dmitry Maximov set new world record in accuracy landing discipline.

The Russian Armed Forces parachuting team is formed by multiple world, Eroupe and CISM champions. It includes CSKA athletes lieutenant Evgenia Furman and ensign Olga Zavaryugina and also Russian Airborne Troops members senior ensign Dmitry Maximov and  senior sergeant Dmitry Mastafanov.

The team training conducted according to the plan of fitness and sport events in the Russian Armed Forces for 2016.

Participants

# Country
1  AustriaAustria
2  AlgeriaAlgeria
3  ArgentinaArgentina
4  BahrainBahrain
5  BelarusBelarus
6  BelgiumBelgium
7  HungaryHungary
8  GermanyGermany
9  DenmarkDenmark
10  IndonesiaIndonesia
11  SpainSpain
12  ItalyItaly
13  KazakhstanKazakhstan
14  QatarQatar
15   ChinaChina
# Country
16  MalaysiaMalaysia
17  MoroccoMorocco
18  NetherlandsNetherlands
19  United Arab EmiratesUAE
20  OmanOman
21  Palestinian territoriesPalestine
22  RussiaRussia
23  SerbiaSerbia
24  SloveniaSlovenia
25  FranceFrance
26  Czech RepublicCzech Republic
27  SwitzerlandSwitzerland
28  Sri LankaSri Lanka
29  South KoreaSouth Korea