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ISSF have their say on exclusion of shooting at 2022 Commonwealth Games

After British Shooting expressed disappointment that the sport of target shooting will not be included at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, ISSF expressed ‘great regret’ when learning of the news. It will be the first time since 1970 that shooting will

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SPONSORED: Eley Hawk’s Amber cartridges

The perfect cartridge for female clay shots With such a focus on ladies shooting in June we’ve taken a look in our archives to find this in-depth review of the Amber cartridges from Eley Hawk. These fast and powerful magnum

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BASC will be sponsoring the 2019 BSYS

BASC (British Association of Shooting and Conservation) recently announced it would be sponsoring the 2019 BSYS (British Schools and Young Shots) It was also announced that BASC would be backing the 32-bird under-14s course for the third year in a row, and that

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New head coach for Coley’s

Former World and British Champion Mark Marshall has joined the team at Ian Coley Sporting as chief instructor and shooting school manager. Well known for setting top-class sporting layouts such as the World Sporting and Beretta World Championships, Mark is

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Gold Standard: Commonwealth Games 2018

From Wixey’s win to Skeet silvers and the rise of David McMath, we chart the home nations’ successes at the Commonwealth Games 2018 shooting events

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Q&A: An Interview with Amber Hill

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The Rio Olympics acted as an opportunity to start revving the engine for Amber Hill, but it’s all go from here – as James Marchington finds out… Q. How was 2016 for you? A. Last year was great. Starting off

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British Shooting marks Amber, Ed and Steve for podium success

British Shooting has announced the shooters selected for its 2017/18 World Class Programme. Selected for the top category – deemed most likely for a podium place at Tokyo 2020 – are Amber Hill (OSK), Ed Ling (OT) and Steve Scott

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British Shooting squad for Cyprus World Cup

The Olympic Trap Mixed Teams event begins

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Olympic spotlight: Amber Hill

As the youngest member of Team GB taking to the shooting arena, the pressure is on Amber Hill, but she’s proven more than capable of handling it – as she explained to Huw Hopkins

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Amber Hill wins bronze at ISSF World Cup in San Marino

The Berkshire shooter continues her positive trend towards Rio 2016

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