British Shooting is pleased to announce the 2018 series of Shotgun Talent Identification events to help find our champions of the future.
If you relish a challenge and dare to be a shooting champion then perhaps you should consider the Olympic shotgun disciplines.
This is not a journey that you need take on your own, the British Shooting Shotgun Pathway has excellent opportunities for those who wish to develop their skills in the Olympic disciplines.
Our aim is to offer a fun, exciting and supportive coaching environment. It starts with inspiring group training and is all about you fulfilling your potential.
Olympic Trap Shooter and Silver medalist at the 2018 European Championships, Kirsty Barr, said: "The British Shooting Pathway is a great place to learn and develop. You will share your journey with like-minded people who will make it fun and help you when the going gets tough. It has helped me."
At the start of the Pathway we concentrate on mastering the basic elements of shooting and help you learn to train. As you progress on your journey we aim to hone your skills and introduce you to competition. A further step will help you develop the skills needed to win.
The Talent Identification day is about finding the best development opportunity for you. We are very keen to get to know you, to find out about your interests in shooting and the things you would like to achieve.
We are interested in your desire to learn and to see how you will integrate with the coaching team. As our programmes are about your development the day is about you seeing if you like what we do.
We will be holding Talent Identification events at:
Edgehill Shooting Ground – Saturday 3rd November
Brook Bank Shooting Ground – Saturday 3rd November
Nuthampstead Shooting Ground – Sunday 4th November
Griffin Lloyd Shooting Ground – Saturday 10th November