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Tokyo here we come!

Steven Seligmann of British Shooting is looking forward to seeing our athletes compete in the 2020 Olympics. There’s just over a year to go until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games – and British Shooting is looking forward with

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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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Fibre clay loads for simulated days

Simulated game days are very much in vogue at the moment and a lighter load will increase your enjoyment without beating you up. In the olden days, ‘big is best’ was the clay shooter’s maxim, with Fitasc shooters able to

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New world records set at the ISSF World Cup in Acapulco

Anita North saw shooters flying high in Acapulco, where world records were being smashed almost as fast as the clays. The first ISSF Shotgun World Cup took place in Acapulco, Mexico, in March. This was the first ISSF event this

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Sun soaked success

The Algarve Grand Prix and Portuguese third Cont. Championships were a success story for Britain’s shooters, reports Anita North. I have just returned from my first visit to O Pinhal Shooting Ground near Faro on Portugal’s Algarve. I was there

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The road to Tokyo

Anita North explains what it will take to get Britain’s athletes into the running for Tokyo 2020. I’m really looking forward to the competition season ahead. This year is an important year in the international scene – it’s the big year

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A recap of 2017’s clay shooting triumphs

Can you believe it’s 2018? To celebrate the New Year, we take a nostalgic look back at some of the highlights from the 2017 season…

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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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Dedman reigns in the rain at the World Championships

James Dedman has won gold in Junior Double Trap at the ISSF World Shotgun Championships in Moscow.

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Mixed-trap rules revealed

The ISSF has revealed how the event set to replace Men’s Double Trap in the Olympics will work

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