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.
April 29 - The Sportsman’s Association, formed in 1996 to oppose the ban on pistols, has launched a campaign to dissuade all UK shooters from assisting in the running of shooting events at the London 2012 Olympics.
March 18 - Barking today launched a final bid to host shooting at the 2012 Olympics as the Tories threw their support behind Bisley - but insidethegames understands the event will stay at its original location of Woolwich.
March 17 - Woolwich will remain as the shooting venue for the 2012 London Olympics, it was confirmed today despite opposition from the sport's officials who wanted it to be moved to Bisley.
March 21 - London 2012 officials are to be asked by the British Association of Shooting and Conservation to explain why they refused to move the controversial shooting venue from Woolwich to Bisley.
MAY 2 - SHOOTING has again criticised London 2012 over the decision to host their sport at the Royal Artillery Barracks site at Woolwich during the Games.
March 26 - Lazlo Szucsak, India's highly-rated Hungarian-born shooting coach who helped guide Abhinav Bindra (pictured) to an Olympic gold medal, has quit for a new job in Iran because of fears over his future.
FEBRUARY 11 - BRITISH SHOOTING has today made its performance director John Leighton-Dyson redundant after UK Sport cut the funding it is to receive in the build-up to the London 2012 Olympics by more than three-quarters.
MAY 11 – LONDON officials have again insisted they will not move the controversial venue for the shooting in 2012 from Woolwich Artillery Barracks (pictured) despite new claims from the chairman of the Great Britain Target Shooting Federation that there are two venues which would be a better choice.
MAY 15 – THE MYSTERY venue that wants to stage the shooting events at the 2012 Olympics if London officials can be persuaded to move them can be revealed by insidethegames.
NOVEMBER 1 - BRITISH SHOOTING has hired a top London public relations firm in an effort to improve its image ahead of the 2012 Olympics.
July 29 - The controversial Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich will be a fantastic venue for shooting when London stages the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, the head of the sport's world governing body has predicted.