Europe’s top sporting shooter – Claysports, episode 11

The 2016 FITASC championships settled many matters. Who is the best sporting shot in Europe? Which British lady shot is on an unbeatable winning streak? And which British shot displayed the most extraordinary example of sportsmanship seen on any ground or playing field in recent years. Find out the answers to all those questions, plus how to run a shoot the size of the FITASC European Championships, in this episode of Claysports. That’s not all. We are in Rio to see how the judges regulate the Skeet course – and give you some useful information when you watch Amber Hill take the stand there in August. And we are trying to shoot 28 clays in under a minute – because that’s what the marquis of Ripon did to pheasants in the 19th century. All the clayshooting that matters…

Here are the links to the items:
Olympic Skeet
Marquis of Ripon

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