Anton Zappelli has called on his teammates to "set our own history" as the Australia shooting squad heads into their first Paralympics without legend Libby Kosmala in almost 50 years.
Indian national coach J.P. Nautiyal believes the country could win four shooting medals at next month’s Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Michael Johnson has been selected by New Zealand to represent his country for the fifth time in shooting at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Anna Normann of Sweden rounded off a fine performance at the World Para Shooting Grand Prix in Novi Sad by winning a third gold on the final day of competition.
Home shooter Dragan Ristic won the 10 metres air rifle prone mixed SH2 category gold at the World Para Shooting Sport Grand Prix in Novi Sad in Serbia with a total of 255.4.
Chateauroux in France is set to return to the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup circuit next year and the event could be qualifier for the Paris 2024 Paralympics.
Ukraine’s Iryna Shchetnik and Italy’s Andrea Liverani earned gold medals on the final day of the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Lima.
Russia's Sergey Malyshev earned victory at the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup after a close contest with Xiao Gong in Lima.
Ukraine's Vasyl Kovalchuk triumphed in the mixed 50 metre rifle prone SH2 competition as the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup continued in Lima.
Ukraine maintained their lead at the top of the medals table following the third day of competition at the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Lima in Peru.
South Korea won gold medals in the men's and women's 10-metre air rifle standing SH1at the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Lima in Peru.
Ukraine claimed two gold medals on the opening day of the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Lima in Peru.
Sport shooters will be hoping for a great result at the next leg of the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Lima in Peru, with the event acting as the final chance for athletes to qualify for the the rearranged Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
World Shooting Para Sport agrees deal for Walther to supply equipment for developing athletes and nations
World Shooting Para Sport has signed a partnership with firearms and sporting goods manufacturer Walther, which has been promised to aid new and developing athletes.
Hamar in Norway has been awarded the 2022 European 10-metre Championships, the first edition of the event to be jointly organised by World Shooting Para Sport and the European Shooting Confederation (ESC).