We hope that our Target Sprint community is continuing to keep well and stay safe at this challenging time.
In England, the government has confirmed that groups of six can meet outside from today, Monday 1 June, provided people from different households observe social distancing (staying at least 2m apart). The latest guidance for sport can be found here:
We ask that you follow this guidance in relation to undertaking training relating to Target Sprint. The restrictions on the public now vary between England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. In the case of Wales and Scotland it is only currently permissible to meet with members of one other family and within your local area.
In the case of Regional Centres and Hubs, please adhere to the guidance provided by the organisation that you affiliate to and are insured by (i.e. the NSRA, WTSF, Scouts or Cadets) when considering resuming activities as well as of course that provided by the Government.
We appreciate that many of you, whatever your level of involvement in Target Sprint, will be eager to get back to taking part, but we advise that you be patient with your club or local track and provide time for them to put in place the right measures to keep you and the rest of your facility safe. We recommend reading and considering the guidelines carefully before making a decision on whether to return to Target Sprint.
We cannot endorse athletes or coaches operating when not taking part in a British Shooting activity. Should an athlete choose to start activity, or a coach choose to attend a range, this is at their own risk and under the guidance of their host venue.
If you are unsure about the guidance or have questions relating to resuming activity safely please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org