By Tom DegunMay 20 - Ian Coley has announced that he will be retiring from his role as double trap coach for British Shooting following a successful London 2012 Olympics that saw Peter Wilson take gold for Team GB.
By Duncan MackayApril 6 - Yuvraj Raninder Singh has been re-elected as President of the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) for a second four-year term.
By James CrookJanuary 3 - Niccolo Campriani of Italy and Kim Jang-Mi of South Korea have been named the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) 2012 Shooters of the Year.
By Duncan MackayNovember 16 - British Shooting's performance director, Tim Newenham, has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Guernsey Sports Commission (GSC), it has been announced.
By Mike RowbottomOctober 28 – Germany's longest-standing Olympian ever, the 25 metre rapid fire pistol shooter Ralf Schumann, announced his retirement at the end of the ISSF Rifle & Pistol World Cup final in Bangkok, where he finished fourth.
By Duncan Mackay at the Main Press Centre on the Olympic Park in LondonAugust 25 - Shooting has become the latest international federation to praise London 2012 for how well it presented its sport during the Olympics.
By Emily GoddardAugust 2 - On a day during which Britain appear to have been given the Midas touch, shooter Peter Wilson has secured the home nation's fourth gold medal of the London 2012 Olympics in the men's double trap.
By David Owen at the Royal Artillery Barracks in WoolwichJuly 28 - Carrying on where it left off four years ago, China won the first gold medal of the London 2012 Olympics at this shooting venue in East London this morning.
By David Gold at Team GB House in LondonJuly 24 - Phil Scanlan, the team leader of Britain's shooting team, has said that the squad are keen to use the opportunity provided by London 2012 to catapult their sport into the spotlight.
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