On Saturday 9th November, Rugeley Rifle Club were proud to announce the unveiling of a Public Access Defibrillator on the front of their clubhouse.
James has been selected on the British Shooting World Class Programme as British Junior Number 1. We believe James is the youngest pistol shooter for the World Class Programme.
The latest Olympic athletes named on the World Class Programme (WCP) can be viewed at:
The Rifle Committee met on the 5th October at Bisley. There was a full agenda with many important topics discussed. Herewith the main points:
The Rifle and Pistol World Cup Series is over. The eagerly anticipated World Cup Final will follow.
View the portraits of the rifle and pistol participants of the ISSF World Cup Final Putian, China (17th November to 23rd November 2019) using the following link:
NW Pentathlon has a six lane set of returning target changers and 10m air pistol targets (many sequentially numbered) that are no longer of use for pentathlon.
The World Championships have been outstanding for the GB team. Matt Skelhon is a double World Champion after winning gold in R6 50m SH1. His score of 251.4 is a new world record
British Shooting writes:
Exciting news to wake up to from the WSPS World Champs in Sydney! Michael Whapples has won bronze in VI rifle! Team Gold for James Bevis, Ryan Cockbill and Tim Jeffrey in 50m SH2 men and a Paralympic Quota Place secured by Issy Bailey for @ParalympicsGB!
The results of the 2019 NSRA / ELEY Finals (12th and 13th October 2019) are available to view at the following link: NSRA / Eley 2019