ENTRY is OPEN for the majority of our National Series & Super League competitions for 2019!
ENTER TODAY: https://www.targetsprint.com/events
The 2018 Target Sprint season came to a climax last year with the Target Sprint GB Festival kindly sponsored by Air Arms and held at the Yate Outdoor Sports Complex (YOSC).
2019 domestic season is set the to be bigger and better with the integration of the Super League to the National Series events programme. The Target Sprint Safety Certificate in a continued requirement for athletes competing in a British Shooting event and can be attained during, or prior to the competitions. It is also a recommendation by British Shooting and the NSRA that other events and activity organisers adopt the Target Sprint Safety Certificate which can be signed off only by TS Educators, TS Leaders and British Shooting authorised personnel.
What is a Target Sprint Safety Certificate? – CLICK HERE
Want to be a Target Sprint Leader? – CLICK HERE
The weekend of 21st – 22nd September 2019 sees the British Championships and National Series Final, returning to YOSC, the home of our Regional Centre, Sedgemoor Training.
The National Series Final which is contested over the larger 49.5mm knockdown targets, will see athletes who have qualified from the eight – strong nationwide competitions, including Schools Championships held at Bisley, compete head to head.
The British Championships (35mm targets) will see the best in Britain compete alongside one another to be crown British Champion. This is also the pinnacle of the Super League, where athletes can attain double Super League points to add to their points accumulation for 2019.
All our events welcome novice to experienced athletes to enter. Athletes don’t need to have their own equipment, thanks to our kind sponsor Air Arms enabling equipment to be provided.
Anyone 11 years old + are welcome to enter. Our events programme this year also sees the inclusion of the Men’s and Women’s 46 and over category, where for 2019 the M46 and W46 categories will be included on all the results listings.
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Liz Davidson, British Shooting Head of Engagement said: “It’s wonderful to see Target Sprint taking another step forward in Great Britain. We would like to thank all those who have provided feedback to help us shape the future of the sport domestically, which enables us to support the International Shooting Sports Federation in the worldwide development of Target Sprint.
We also would like to say a special thank you to Air Arms for their continued support to British Shooting and the Target Sprint community.”