When Anita North headed to Delhi for the Commonwealth Games in 2010, she was a favourite for a medal, having appeared in several Commonwealth events before and picked up a silver medal in the Women’s Trap Pairs competition. The English shooter went one better in the singles Olympic Trap event to claim gold and become the Commonwealth champion. These days Anita is a respected advocate of Olympic disciplines, a shooting coach and one of the great personalities of the sport. She is teaming up with Seeland to offer a comprehensive tuition package worth £300.
Not only will you get a fantastic opportunity to focus on Olympic shooting from one of the best – or if you are new to shooting you can have an introduction to the sport – at one of the best locations in the country, Nuthampstead Shooting Ground, you will receive a brand new Winster Softshell Waistcoat designed for clay shooters, plus a cap and a pair of gloves from Seeland. Anita is also an ISSF licensed coach who specialises in teaching Olympic Trap and the lesson doesn’t require any previous experience.
The only thing you have to do to win this fantastic prize is click the link above and spot five differences between the two pictures and let us know what they are. Entries have to be in by Friday 2 June, 2017.