Australian Paul Adams takes second World Cup bronzeMarch 27, 2017
Australian Paul Adams has added a second World Cup medal to his collection, taking bronze in the Skeet Men at the ISSF World Cup in Acapulco, Mexico – his second consecutive World Cup medal after bronze in New Delhi, India last month.
Australia’s James Willett takes Double Trap Silver in MexicoMarch 23, 2017
Australian James Willett has taken Silver in the men’s Double Trap at the ISSF World Cup in Acapulco, Mexico, separated from winner Ankur Mittal (India) by only 2 points in a close final.
A great start to the year from Australia's Shooting AthletesMarch 3, 2017
Well that’s that then! Our shooting athletes are on their way home from New Delhi after one of the most successful World Cup events ever – and this achievement from a team with an average age of 23.
Another medal for Australia in the first ISSF World Cup for 2017March 2, 2017
Australian Paul Adams has taken bronze in the Skeet Men at the ISSF World Cup in New Delhi, India, his first World Cup medal.
Record-breaking World Cup win for Australia’s James WillettFebruary 27, 2017
Australian James Willett has won gold in the men’s Double Trap at the ISSF World Cup in New Delhi, India. Going into the event ranked number three in the world, Willett defeated hometown favourite Ankur Mittal with a world record score of 75.
Anton Zappelli takes bronze in the 2017 World Shooting Para Sport World CupFebruary 26, 2017
Anton Zappelli has taken bronze in the R6 50m Rifle Prone Mixed SH1 at the Al Ain 2017 World Shooting Para Sport World Cup, his first R6 World Cup medal.
Australia’s Penny Smith has won gold in the Women’s Trap competition at the 2017 ISSF World Cup New Delhi, India.February 24, 2017
21-year-old Smith, currently ranked 51 in the world, never looked fazed in the finals match at the first ISSF event of 2017. Smith defeated Jessica Rossi of Italy, currently ranked 9th in the world, to win the first World Cup medal of her career.
2017 World Cup commences in India with new Shooting Australia High Performance Shotgun CoachFebruary 21, 2017
The year of sport shooting starts this week in New Delhi, India, where the ISSF World Cup Stage 1 takes place from February 22nd to March 4th.
Adam Vella confirmed as National High Performance Shotgun CoachNovember 22, 2016
Olympic and Commonwealth medallist and former World Number One Adam Vella was announced as the new National High Performance Shotgun Coach by Shooting Australia today.
Australian Shooting Athlete and Olympic Medallist Warren Potent Retires Aged 54October 7, 2016
Olympic Bronze medallist and current 50 Metre Rifle World Champion Warren Potent announced his retirement today after an 8th-place finish at the ISSF World Cup in Bologna, Italy.