Competitive target shooting is a sport that demands exceptional concentration and a strong mental approach.
The sport is split into three categories: Shotgun, Pistol and Rifle.
British Shooting is an umbrella body, that supports the sovereign National Governing Bodies.
British Shooting represents the NGBs of international competitive target shooting sports. Its 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 Paralympic Committiees (BOA and Paralympics GB)
- To oversee the development and preparation of world class shooter for success on the international stage
- To support the development of grassroots shooting in England
- To promote the quality and professional governance for target shooting sports.
The four NGBs for international target shooting are represented on the Board, BICTSF, NSRA, NRA, DTSGB, plus the CPSA representing England as Sport England (SE) funding is now sorted through British Shooting.
Board:Hamish McInnes (CEO)
Nick Fellows (CPSA)
James Marsh Brown (DTSGB)
David Parish (NSRA)
Robin Pizer (NRA)
Sarah Daly (BICTSF)
Peter Underhill (Glasgow2014)
Lisa Davies (Administrator and Secretary to Board)
Reporting to the British Shooting Board, is the Performance Group which administrated the UK Sport/ Lottery funding for the Shooting Performance Programme, with each athlete working to an individual, tailor made programme – there is no ‘one size fits all’.
Coaching team for the Performance Group
Tim Newenham (High Performance Manager)
Keir Worth (Performance Director)
Kevin Gill (Head Shotgun Coach)
Donald McIntosh (Head Rifle Coach)
Steve Pengelly (Head Pistol Coach)
Performance Group Board
Roger Moreland (Chairman)
Ian Coley (Shotgun Rep)
Phil Scanlan (Rifle and Pistol Rep)
Leon Taylor (Athletes Rep)
Also reporting to the British Shooting Board is the England Development Group (EDG). The EDG is funded by Sport England for all England target shooting sports.
Hamish McInnes (Interim Chairman)
The BICTSF is the National Governing Body (NGB) of International Clay Target Shooting in the United Kingdom; it’s aim is to promote and encourage those forms of clay target shooting which are subject to the jurisdiction of the International Shooting Sport Federation (‘ISSF’) and Federation Internationale de Tir Aux Sportives de Chasse (‘FITASC’) or any successor organisations. More info click here.
Liz Davidson (England Development Manager)
Nick Fellows (CPSA)
Dave Froggett (NSRA)
Richard Blackmore (NRA)
David Parish (NSRA)
David Goodfellow (ISSF)
Keith Murray - (ISSF)
Strategy and Implementation Group -
Appointments to be confirmed
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.
One of the main aims of Disability Target Shooting Great Britain is to develop links with able-bodied shooters and governing bodies.
This is achieved by disabled shooters competing in able-bodied shoots and involving able bodied coaches in the training of disabled shooters. More info click here.
The National Rifle Association is the governing body for fullbore target shooting as we all know. More info click here.
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.
The Disabled Shooting Project
The Disabled Shooting Project has now been assimilated into the Whole Sport Plan, funded by Sport England and managed by British Shooting. Liz Woodall has been appointed as its full-time Co-ordinator. More info click here.