Tokyo

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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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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Shooting receives £3million Olympic funding boost

Olympic investment nearly doubled for Tokyo 2020 compared to Rio

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British Shooting seek Olympic talent

British Shooting have announced new talent recruitment day dates for shotgun disciplines in September and October 2015. Athletes aged 14–25, male or female, are invited to attend the day, including those who shoot in non-Olympic disciplines such as Down the

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Target set

UK Sport has unveiled its new talent programme with the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in mind

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2020 vision for shooting

Shooting has made it onto the list of core sports proposed for the 2020 Olympic Games, ISSF chiefs have announced. After every Olympics every sport is reviewed and the International Olympics Committee (IOC) Executive Board has agreed shooting is one

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