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Shooting receives £3million Olympic funding boost

Olympic investment nearly doubled for Tokyo 2020 compared to Rio

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Confusion continues over Olympic discipline selection procedures

BICTSF calls BS regarding the new British shotgun selection policy

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Great Scott! Another quota place

Steve Scott has secured Great Britain a fifth quota place for the 2016 Olympic shooting events in Rio. He took silver in the Double Trap at the ISSF World Cup in Gabala, Azerbaijan, to secure the Olympic berth. Scott shot 143

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British Shooting announces team for ISSF European Championships in Maribor

Caroline Povey, Matt French and Amber Hill among the competitors heading to Slovenia

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Inaugural Yorkshire Schools Clay Shooting Challenge 2014

Park Lodge Shooting School’s inaugural Yorkshire Schools Clay Shooting Challenge, held on 19th September, was which was open to both individuals and teams of novice and semi experienced shooters from year 9 upwards, had 18 entries from schools around the region. Sponsored by Lyalvale Express and featured an appearance from Caroline Povey.

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The Outside Bet

Vic Harker recounts the Giovanni Cernogoraz story: a man who beat all the odds to become an Olympic Champion

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