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Members of the Slovenian Army won in the total sum of an extremely strenuous competition for the best sniper!

By Sara Kovač (Nova24tv)

 Members of the Slovenian Armed Forces won the competition for the best snipers, which ended yesterday in Germany after seven extremely hard days. The winning Lynx 01 team scored 2237 points.

The seven-day competition for the best snipers in Germany ended, and the members of the Slovenian Army finally won after difficult trials. The competition tested the disciplines of shooting, physical strength, land navigation, medical simulations, and endurance.

The winning Lynx 01 team won the test in the competition of 27 teams from 14 countries. The second place was won by the Turks and the third by Latvia. More about the competition and the outstanding achievement will be presented in the Slovenian Army at a press conference on Monday.

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