Sport Clubs members of Shooting Federation

”Central Sport Club Dinamo”.

The biggest shooting range in Chișinău

The obligation, the duty of every member of the club is to strengthen the image of Dinamo - Arcadie Bostan - President of sport club Dinamo

Staff of Dinamo

 On 6 February 2015, the Central Sports Club “Dinamo” marked 22 years of their creation. The club was established by Government Decision No. 45 of 8 February 1993, in order to achieve a high level of training and development of applicative sport tests among employees of internal affairs and national security.
Here were trained Olympic champions Nicolae Juravski (1988, Seoul, canoe-double), Tudor Casapu (1992, Barcelona, ​​weightlifting), Olympic medalists Svetlana silver and bronze Doljenko-Kracevskaia (1980, Moscow, weight), Iurie Başkatov ( 1988 Swimming), Oleg Moldovan (2000, Sydney, shooting), Vitalie Gruşac (2000, Sydney, boxing), Veaceslav Gojan (2008, Beijing, boxing), Cristina Iovu Cîrîcu Anatol (2008, London, weightlifting).

Currently, branches of sport practiced in the club are: shooting, boxing, weightlifting, judo, swimming, biathlon, modern pentathlon and taekwondo.

Стрельбище Dinamo

Shooting range Dinamo – competition

Dinamo shooting range, built in 1967, renovated in 1982, has area of 5.5 hectares in the district of Riscani, Chisinau. The shooting distances are: 10, 25, 50 and 300 m, archery – range (130×70 m). It hosts training sessions, competitions, international meetings. A large number of atheletes are train here.

Central Sports Club of Army “CSCA”.


Management of Army Sport Club


Team of CSCA

Republican Sports Club DOSAAF was built and created in 1957, consists of two firing ranges of 50 meters with eight lanes and 25 meters, and nearby are two 25  meter ranges and 100 meters. In 1989, it was put into operation a new shooting complex comprising an administrative building and three shooting ranges: 50 meters, 25 meters and 10 meters. In 2002 the club was reorganized into the Central Sports Club of the Army. In this club the first Master of Sports in shooting became Boris S. Dyachenko, who later held the post of coach and helped to develop the sport and shooting.


Training session. Coach, Mocrieva S. D.