German medals for Braunton young guns
FIVE young members of the Braunton Rifle Target Club attended an international match at Oldenburg as part of a 25 strong GB juniors team. They shot against teams from Sweden, South Africa and Germany. All five shot air rifle, with Craig Attwood making th
FIVE young members of the Braunton Rifle Target Club attended an international match at Oldenburg as part of a 25 strong GB juniors team.
They shot against teams from Sweden, South Africa and Germany.
All five shot air rifle, with Craig Attwood making the final and holding fifth position with a score of 574 out of 600. Luke Smith came 12th with 562, Dean Bale 23rd with 528 and Jack Bale 26th with 518. They took the team bronze medal.
Kirstie-Anne Attwood missed her final by one place, gaining ninth place with 370 out of 400. Her girls' team gained a silver.
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Both Luke and Craig also took part in a 3x40 shots three positional event. Craig made the final with a personal best of 1,108 to take fourth place and Luke was 12th, also with a personal best of 1019. Craig gained a silver medal in the team event.
Kirstie-Anne also gained a team silver in the girls 3x20 shots three positions event and came fourth in the individual final with a personal best score of 547.
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Jack came 12th in the 60-shot air rifle Grand Prix with a score of 525 and Dean was 14th with 514.
Craig and Luke also shot the male prone event, in which both achieved personal best scores. Craig came first overall with a score of 591 and also gained a team gold medal.
Kirstie-Anne came second in the corresponding ladies' event.
There will be a return match in August and the young Braunton shots would welcome any support/sponsorship people would like to give as competing at this level costs money as well as dedication.