Ukraine captured two gold medals on the opening day of the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Al Ain thanks to sharp shooting from Yurii Stoiev and Oleksii Denysiuk.
Shooters from Saudi Arabia, Yemen and hosts United Arab Emirates (UAE) are set to make history at this year’s Al Ain World Cup – the first World Shooting Para Sport competition in more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
India's Para-shooters Manish Narwal and Avani Lekhara started their 2021 season with a series of gold medals at the first-ever National Para Shooting Championship at the Manav Rachna Shooting Academy in Faridabad.
The inauguration of the first-ever National Para Shooting Championship in rifle and pistol events has been described as an "historic moment" for the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI).
South America's first-ever World Shooting Para Sport World Cup has been postponed from May to June.
India’s Paralympic shooting has been boosted by the staging of the first Zonal Para Shooting Championship at the CRPF Shooting Range in Kadarpur.
Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates is set to host the World Shooting Para Sport Championships in 2022.
World Shooting Para Sport has announced a provisional competition calendar for the upcoming year.
Shooting Australia has confirmed that its 2021 National Performance Series will include Para-shooters competing against able-bodied athletes in several events.
World Shooting Para Sport is proposing to make a series of changes to its programme for the Los Angeles 2028 Paralympic Games.
World Shooting Para Sport Championships medallist Mirko Cafaggi of Italy returned to action in style as he won the first international Para trap event to be held in the Czech Republic.
Australian Paralympic shooter Libby Kosmala has retired from the sport at the age of 78, having won 13 medals at the Games in total.
This year's European 10-metre Championships in Laško in Slovenia have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2020 World Shooting Para Sport Para Trap Championships in the Italian city of Lonato have been postponed to 2021.
Tim Focken is hoping to become the first injured German Army soldier to compete at the Paralympics at the postponed Tokyo 2020 Games.