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Snipers' story: No pain, no gain

(Xinhua) Updated: 2015-07-04 07:03 Comments

Snipers' story: No pain, no gain

Sniper Guo Lizhen of the Hainan Corps of the Chinese People's Armed Police Force tries to put a toothpick into a straw with his eyes closed in a training in South China's Hainan province July 2, 2015. Snipers here usually attend 10-hour trainings every day. [Photo/Xinhua]

Related: China dominates Sniper World Cup

BUDAPEST - China swept all the five gold medals at the 14th Military and Police Sniper World Cup in Budapest.

In the military individual category, Wang Yongchuan won the title with 952 points.

Wang and Li Wen won the military team event with 1,858 points. As the best overall individual shooter, Wang won the title of the Best of Best. He and Li Wen also got a special prize for the highest team score.

Chen Jun won the police individual event with 880 points. Chen and Li Zhiyu won the police team category with 1,739 points.

Chinese snipers also received three silver and one bronze medals.

Marton P. Vincze, Director of Hungarian Police Training Center, said the Chinese snipers showed great confidence during the entire competition.

"Please allow me to congratulate the Chinese team, they prepared very well, this makes us feel good, because they attached importance to this competition," Vincze said.

The three-day competition attracted 130 participants from 16 countries and regions, including 20 Chinese snipers.

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