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Shooter hailed ‘Woman of the Future’

Olympic Trap shooter and British Shooting coach Georgina Roberts has won a ‘Women of the Future’ award for her contribution to sports. Georgina, 22 from North Wales, shoots OT for Wales and GB, coaches for British Shooting, sits on the

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Young shooters to watch

Our new regular feature turns the spotlight on two more young shots who are making waves Rhys Plum Rhys first started shooting at the age of 10 and has grown increasingly more enthusiastic over the years. He turns 16 in

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Heading for Tokyo

Aaron grabs the limelight winning a quota place, but every GB shooter deserves credit for their performance at the European Championships. Anita North reports Another month and more competitions have been and gone! For Olympic Trap and Olympic Skeet, September

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ADVERTORIAL: HT2020

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Shooters to watch

Rachel Draper talks to two young regulars at Atkin Grant & Lang Shooting Ground Lain Blamey The future of clay pigeon shooting as a sport relies on the next generation of shooters. We spoke to Lain Blamey, aged 9, to

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Heading wins Olympic quota place

Aaron Heading secured a Tokyo 2020 Quota Place for Team GB by winning Olympic Trap silver at the European Championships in Lonato on Saturday 7 September. It was one of just two chances the 32-year-old shooter from Lincolnshire had left

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British Shooting Grand Final

The cream of Britain’s international Skeet and Trap shooters battled it out over a wet and windy two days at Fauxdegla shooting ground in Wales for the honours at the British Shooting Grand Final 2019. The competitors had fought their

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Olympic Sporting? Why not?

by Dennis Webb, former member of the British International Board, now the BICTSF It seems ridiculous that Sporting clay shooting, one of the biggest sports in the world, should be excluded from the Olympic Games. When I was an international

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British Shooting opens the door

James Marchington attends the governing body’s open day for an insight into their plans for the sport British Shooting wants to work more closely with the shooting industry and media. Of course, funding is part of the story – but

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Signal boosting

Clay Shooting’s correspondent Ollie Harvey reports from the Royal Signals Corps Championships in Dorset As the Royal Signals celebrated their 99th anniversary on 28 June, I joined the troops at Blandford Camp for the annual Corps Championships. Against the stunning

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