Abbey Ling

Ling is the British record holder and the first women to be crowned British champion three years in a row. She won Commonwealth team silver in 2010 before becoming a world champion and a European Championships silver medallist in 2013. She will compete in ...

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Amber Hill

Seventeen-year-old Hill is the youngest ever Skeet World Cup gold medallist as well as being a 2014 world champion in the skeet team event and a joint-world record holder. In 2013 she won BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award for her achievements....

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Charlotte Kerwood

Kerwood is a double Olympian and a four-time Commonwealth Games champion, who won her first title in the competition at the age of 15.   She will be competing in the women’s trap at the inaugural European Games at Baku 2015.  

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Coral Kennerley

Current holder of senior and junior Welsh record for 10m air pistol, 2011 British Champion, 12th at 2010 World Champs, competed at 4 European Champs. Interesting Fact: Favourite film is Hot Fuzz

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Daniel Tarrant

In 2012 Tarrant capped for Team GB, represented in the Junior Team at the European Championships.

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Ed Ling

A former world and European junior champion, Ling has appeared at the Olympic Games on two occasions and has also won the world and European universal trap titles.   His most recent success was at the 2014 World Championships where he took silver beh...

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Elena Allen

  At 42 yearsold Allen is one of Team GB’s most experienced shooters. In 2014 she became a gold medallist in the skeet team event at the World Championships in Grenada and an individual silver secured a quota place at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games....

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Elena Little

Elena was 14 when she started shooting the trap discipline in her native Moscow after her mother pursuaded her to try the sport. Her mother, Tatiana Bogdanova, competed internationally for Russia in Skeet in the 1970's. Elena describes her most memorable ac...

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Georgina Geikie

Georgina ‘Gorgs’ Geikie will make her Olympic debut in London after a fine 2010 season, which saw her win bronze at the Commonwealth Games and four medals – three bronzes and a silver – at the Commonwealth Championships. Geikie achi...

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James Huckle

James Huckle burst onto the scene in 2008, collecting three gold medals at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Pune, India. Huckle continued his good form at the senior Commonwealth Games, claiming four medals in Delhi in 2010 and he also broke Malcolm Cooper&...

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