The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has revealed that Swedish Para-shooting athlete Philip Jonsson has served a one-month long suspension for committing an anti-doping violation in April.
Iranian Paralympic champion Sareh Javanmardi recovered from defeat yesterday to climb atop the podium on the fifth and final day of the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Osijek, Croatia.
Turkey’s Aysegul Pehlivanlar upset the reigning Paralympic champion to claim the P2 women’s 10 metres air pistol SH1 title on day four of the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Osijek, Croatia.
South Korea’s Jiseok Lee captured his first win of the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup season after coming out on top in the R4 mixed 10 metres air rifle standing SH2 event in Croatian city Osijek.
World Shooting Para Sport have welcomed the inclusion of the R9 mixed 50 metres rifle prone SH2 event to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games programme.
World Shooting Para Sport have expanded their partnership with electronic scoring systems provider SIUS to include Para trap.
Thai capital Bangkok has been added to the World Shooting Para Sport 2017 World Cup calendar.
British Shooting has announced it has become a member of the British Paralympic Association (BPA).
World Shooting Para Sport have announced that an additional World Cup will be held this season in Osijek in Croatia.
Ukraine’s Vasyl Kovalchuk brought the World Shooting Para Sport Grand Prix in Szczecin to a close by winning the final event of the competition.
Ukraine proved dominant on the third day of competition at the World Shooting Para Sport Grand Prix in Polish city Szczecin.
Veronika Vadovičová won her second title in as many days at the World Shooting Para Sport Grand Prix in Polish city Szczecin.
Paralympic champion Veronika Vadovičová of Slovakia claimed the R3 mixed 10 metres air rifle prone SH1 title as competition began today at the World Shooting Para Sport Grand Prix in Polish city Szczecin.
A competition will be held in Austrian city Innsbruck this year to help continue the development of shooting for visually impaired athletes.
Cheongju in South Korea has been announced as the host of the 2018 World Shooting Para Sport Championships.