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About
British Shooting is the only target shooting governing body in Great Britain recognised by the ISSF, IPC Shooting, British Olympic Association, British Paralympic Association, UK Sport & Sport England. 

British Shooting's purpose is:
  • To act as a single contact for International Federations
  • To act as a single shooting body in receipt of public funding from UK Sport and Sport England
  • To be the member body of the National Olympic Committee (BOA) and the National Paralympic Commitee (BPA).
  • To oversee the development and preparation of world class shooters for success on the international stage
  • To support the development of grassroots shooting in England
  • To promote quality and professional governance for target shooting sports.

Board:
John Harris (Chairman)
Hamish McInnes (CEO and ex-officio)
Nick Fellows
Iain Root
Bruce Stewart
Nicola Newman
Sara Heath
Adam Mason
Andrew Mercer
Peter Underhill

Lisa Davies (Administrator and Secretary to Board)

Audit Committee
Nicola Newman (Chair)
Andrew Mercer
Jenny Holsman

Ethics Committee
Sara Heath (Chair)
Lydia Banerjee
Peter Underhill

Nominations Committee
John Harris (Chair)
Nicola Newman
Adam Mason 
Andrew Mercer

Engagement Group
John Perry (Chair)
Liz Davidson
Gorgs Geikie
Nick Fellows
Dave Froggett 
Julie Sperling
Richard Worthington 
Andrew Mercer

Funding Group
John Harris
Adam Mason
Bruce Stewart
Hamish McInnes

International Relations Group
Peter Underhill (Chair)
Hamish McInnes
Elena Allen
Sarah Daly
David Goodfellow
Bob Loughridge
James Marsh Brown

Judging Sub-Committee
David Goodfellow (Chair) 
Keith Murray

Performance Group (Olympic)
Phil Scanlan (Chair)
Andrew Austin
John Harris
Hamish McInnes 
Steven Seligmann 
Dr James Bell 
John Wood 

Performance Group (Paralympic)
Phil Scanlan (Chair)
Hamish McInnes
John Wood
Robin Taylor
Duncan Tunbridge
Pasan Kularatne

Target Sprint Selection Panel
Gorgs Geikie
Mark Lodge
Martin Beard

Safeguarding Team
Alex Ballard
Duncan Tunbridge
Alison Webb

Equality Lead
Liz Davidson

Member Bodies

CPSA
The CPSA is the National Governing body for Clay Target Shooting in England.

The remit of the CPSA is to manage the sport of Clay Target Shooting for its approximately 25,000 members and the 400 clubs and grounds affiliated or associated with us.  There are also approximately 200 Trade Members associated with the CPSA who believe that being part of the association can be mutually advantageous. More info click here.

NRA
The National Rifle Association is the governing body for fullbore target shooting. More info click here.

NSRA
The NSRA is the national governing body for all Small-bore Rifle and Pistol Target Shooting in the United Kingdom, including Airgun and Match Crossbow Shooting. More info click here.
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