Vladimir Lisin, along with new ISSF secretary general Alexander Ratner, made it one of their first jobs to campaign for shooting’s inclusion in the 2022 Commonwealth Games
Vladimir Lisin, the new ISSF president, has pledged $10 million of his own money to develop the shooting sports.
The Northern Shooting Show have confirmed they will sponsor the Lincolnshire Bell Target league once again, continuing a successful partnership between the two
After Seonaid McIntosh was crowned world champion in women’s 50m prone rifle (as reported last issue), she went on to win Great Britain’s first quota place for the shooting events in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
With the first quota places being handed out at the ISSF World Championships, and British Shooting publicising its selection policy for the Games, the countdown period to the Tokyo Olympics has truly begun.
Seonaid McIntosh was crowned the winner in women’s 50m rifle prone at the ISSF World Championships in Changwon, Korea.
The National Series South West Regional Championships for Target Sprint took place on one of the hottest days of the year
Sports minister Tracey Crouch has backed calls for shooting to be included in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
British Shooting hosted the National Finals for the Schools Pistol Championship at Stoke Mandeville Stadium on 17 January, reports Andy McGarty.
Jen McIntosh, Seonaid McIntosh, David Luckman and Parag Patel pocketed golds at the Commonwealth Shooting Federation Championships held at the Belmont Shooting Complex in Brisbane.