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British Shooting Partner With Vivaz
Published Wednesday 24 May 2017 10:58 by Craig Davies
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British Shooting and Vivaz Clay Targets are pleased to announce an exciting new partnership that will support and develop shooting talent in UK.

Vivaz Clay Targets will become the official supplier of clay targets to British Shooting's athletes as they continue on their journey to secure Olympic success.

British Shooting is the only target shooting governing body in Great Britain recognised by the ISSF, British Olympic Association, British Paralympic Association, UK Sport & Sport England. And, as a reliable clay target producer for more than 30 years, Vivaz is confident this collaboration will be a huge success.

Vivaz's brand name represents quality and efficiency, and those values are a good match for British Shooting.

The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Cycle has just begun and as the British Shooting team aims to become a world-leading shooting nation, Vivaz will be there to support their World Class Programme and Talent Pathway athletes with the best quality clays. 

GB shotgun athletes secured two medals at the Rio 2016 Olympics and that success has encouraged a whole host of exciting new athletes to try and progress through the Talent Pathway.

Vivaz is a benchmark in the world market, which will strengthen the position of shooting talent in the UK without a doubt.

Chief Executive of British Shooting, Hamish McInnes, said: "We are delighted to have secured a partnership with Vivaz. They are a well known brand in the shooting world and are renowned for their high quality, reliable clay targets.

"As a sport on its journey to secure Olympic and Paralympic success we need to ensure our athletes are able to train in world-class venues, with world-class equipment, and partnering with Vivaz clays is another step towards this."

"We hope this agreement will be the beginning of a long relationship.”
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