Shooting

British and Ukrainian shooters win gold on final day of IPC Shooting World Cup

By Nick Butler

Paralympic champion Vasyl Kovalchuk was among the winners today at Stoke Mandeville ©Getty ImagesHome star Stewart Nangle and Ukrainian Vasyl Kovalchuk were the two winners as action concluded today at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting World Cup at Stoke Mandeville. 

Skelhon and De La Forest earn IPC Shooting World Cup titles

By Michael Pavitt

Britain's Matt Skelhon was a home winner at the IPC Shooting World Cup in Stoke Mandeville ©Britain's Matt Skelhon secured gold by the narrowest of margins on the second day of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting World Cup at Stoke Mandeville Stadium.

Sir Philip Craven attends opening day of IPC Shooting World Cup in Stoke Mandeville

By Michael Pavitt

Sir Phillip Craven met former basketball teammate Martin McElhatton at the IPC Shooting World Cup event ©WheelpowerInternational Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Sir Phillip Craven has attended the opening day of the IPC Shooting World Cup in Stoke Mandeville Stadium in Britain, with the first three gold medals decided.

Croatia to host first of three IPC Shooting World Cup qualifying events for Rio 2016

By Daniel Etchells

Para-shooters will be vying for Rio 2016 qualification in the Croatian city of Osijek ©Getty ImagesInternational Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting has announced that Croatian city Osijek will host the first of three World Cup qualifying events for Rio 2016, following the cancellation of the scheduled event in Volmerange, France, last month.

USA Shooting names Tagliapietra Paralympic Athlete of the Year

By Daniel Etchells

Mike Tagliapietra has been named USA Shooting's Paralympic Athlete of the Year for 2014 ©USA ShootingRio 2016 hopeful Mike Tagliapietra has been named USA Shooting's Paralympic Athlete of the Year for 2014.

Michael Johnson named Athlete Liason Officer for IPC Shooting

By Paul Osborne

Michael Johnson has been named Athlete Liason Officer for IPC Shooting ©Getty ImagesNew Zealand's Michael Johnson has been named as International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting's Athlete Liason Officer, where he will become the official voice for athletes.

Visually impaired shooting Grand Prix to be held at Stoke Mandeville Stadium in 2015

By Paul Osborne

An IPC Shooting visually impaired Shooting International Grand Prix will be held at the Stoke Mandeville Stadium next year ©IPCA visually impaired Shooting International Grand Prix will be held at the Stoke Mandeville Stadium next year, International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting announced today.

IPC Shooting World Cup events in France, Australia and US named Rio 2016 qualifiers

By Paul Osborne

IPC Shooting has announced World Cups in France, the United States and Australia as qualifiers for Rio 2016 ©IPCInternational Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting World Cups in France, Australia and the United States have been named as qualifiers for Rio 2016.

Further testing to be undertaken after demonstration events at IPC Shooting World Championships

By Gary Anderson

Two demonstration events at the IPC Shooting World Championships have been approved for further development ©AFP/Getty ImagesFollowing successful demonstrations at last month's International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting World Championships, visually impaired and Para-clay target shooting disciplines have been approved for further development.
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