The knife throwing competition "Silver Knife" took place for the 6th time on the 4th/5th of June in Moscow, with 70 knife throwers from all over Russian having shown up to compete.
The rules of the event were from the set of the Unifight club, with the key points being:
Out of the winners of the silver knife contest, unfortunately Michail Sedyshev was the only one that could also come to the European Championship in Knife Throwing of the EuroThrowers in Rome. There, he was unarguably the best thrower, with a big margin also to his Samara colleagues. As for Michail we know the points achieved in both competitions, European Championship and Silver Knife, we can for some non-trivial knife distance (here: 5m) calculate what percentage of the maximum number of points he could make. In Moscow, he achieved 84.1%, in Rome 85.7%. This is an identical level, allowing us the conclusion that the percentage of maximum points attained can well serve to compare two knife throwers' performances (for a certain distance) even when the points have been achieved under different rules.