By Tom Degun
May 21 - Peter Underhill, the chairman of the organising committee for the 2010 ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Dorset, has claimed that Britain's shooters have boosted their hopes of success at the London 2012 Olympics with a series of encouraging performances.
By Tom Degun
By Tom Degun
May 17 - The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) have accepted an apology from the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) over the alleged harassment of their shooter Manavjit Singh Sandhu (pictured) at a World Cup event in Dorset.
January 17 - Abhinav Bindra (pictured), India's first ever individual Olympic gold medallist, has hit out at the country's national governing body after he was left out of next month's Commonwealth Shooting Championships as he continues to consider his future in the sport.
January 16 - A court in New Delhi has declared the recent elections of the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) null and void, leaving the organisation's future in doubt.
By Duncan Mackay
January 16 - Abhinav Bindra (pictured), India's first-ever individual Olympic gold medallist, has threatened to quit shooting because he claimed he is tired of rows with the country's national governing body who are not supporting him.
September 18 - India has withdrawn from hosting the 2010 pistol and rifle World Cup because the event will not offer qualifying berths for the London 2012 Olympic Games, it announced today.
A FINAL decision on where the shooting should take place at the London 2012 Olympics still has to be made, Games officials admitted today.
BARKING is among a number of alternatives on the outskirts of the East End being considered by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) as an alternative venue for the shooting facility for London 2012, it was reported today.
BRITISH SHOOTING would not support a site in Barking being used for their sport in 2012, they have warned.
THE dispute between shooting and London 2012 over the venue to be used for the Olympics has resurfaced.
Cyprus will host the 2012 European Shooting Games in the build-up to the London Olympics, it was announced today.
JULY 1 - BRITAIN today named its shooting team for the Beijing Olympics, led by 2000 gold medallist Richard Faulds (pictured), who will be competing in his fourth Games.
JULY 24 - MICHAEL GOVE, the local MP for Bisley, is leading a campaign for the shooting in the Olympics 2012 to be moved there from the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich.