CPC Champions

 

  • Amber Hill
  • Aaron Heading
  • Georgia Moule
  • Ed Solomons
  • Elena Allen
  • James Rounsevell
  • Lara Dale
  • Charlie Monahan
  • Cheryl Hall
  • Ben Llewellin
  • John Lee
  • Amber Hill

    Amber Hill

    Amber Hill started shooting clay pigeons at the age of 10 and quickly became the Skeet shooting sensation she is now at the age of just 18. Amber will this year represent Great Britain at the Olympic Games in Rio and will be a serious contender to take a medal position after her success on the international shooting circuit. Amber is also a great sporting clay shot but decided to concentrate on the discipline of Olympic Skeet and was selected for the England Team at the age of 12. With the support of her sponsors, natural talent and determination she soon started to win major titles and won the ISSF World Cup Series at the age of 15 which led to her winning the BBC’s Young Sports Personality of the year in 2013. Amber’s International success has continued with recent Gold Medal wins at the 2015 World Cup, 2015 European Games and the Qatar Open in February 2016. Amber will represent Great Britain at the Cyprus World Cup in Nicosia in March 2016 which will serve as a great event towards preparation for her Olympic challenge in Brazil later this year.

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  • Aaron Heading

    Aaron Heading

    Aaron Heading is a clay-pigeon shooter from Spalding, specialising in the Trap discipline representing the United Kingdom.
    In 2010 Heading earned selection for the England shooting team for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi from 3–14 October 2010. He won Bronze when competing in the men’s trap pairs, with partner David Kirk, and Gold in the singles event.
    The 14th November 2015 saw the grand opening of The Priory Clay Target Centre in Lincolnshire. New ground owners Aaron Heading and Natasha Jones have worked hard to refresh the old RAF base Sutton Bridge Shooting Ground site. With New Laporte traps fitted the Clay Target Centre will initially offer shooters three ranges with Down the Line, Skeet and Automatic Ball Trap. The ground will also offer game shooting practice using their 140’ high tower and new grouse butt simulation stands. Find the ground at Chalk Lane, Sutton Bridge, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE12 9YF. Visit their Face Book page link below for latest details

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  • Georgia Moule

    Georgia Moule

    Georgia Moule has just turned 19 years old and after being introduced to clay pigeon shooting around six years ago has progressed well in both the international and domestic scene. Concentrating on FITASC and English Sporting. Georgia has already managed to qualify and shoot for the England / Great Britain Ladies teams in both disciplines. Georgia’s bronze medal at the European FITASC Championships in Hungary 2015 is one of the high points of her shooting career so far. Georgia is based in Cambridgeshire in the UK and continues to train hard for the 2016 season shooting every weekend in competition with practice sessions during the week. Cambridge Gun Club is her local ground with High Lodge in Suffolk also being a favourite as she has been supported and coached by ground owner John Bidwell. John the seven-times world sporting champion helped Georgia to get her place win in one of the biggest international competitions of 2015 the Nad Al Sheba Desert Shooting. One of Georgia’s remaining goals is to represent Great Britain at future Commonwealth and Olympic Games, however she would have to concentrate on either Trap or Skeet shooting disciplines to do so.
  • Ed Solomons

    Ed Solomons

    Ed Solomons started his shooting career at the age of 13 having been introduced to clay shooting at his local ground Orston SG in Nottinghamshire. Concentrating on sporting clays Ed advanced in the sport quickly with numerous wins in the Junior ranks and progressed to represent England 12 times as well as being the team captain in 2012. Ed’s greatest achievements in clay pigeon shooting to date are becoming FITASC World Champion in 2014 as well as winner of both the Clay Shooting Classic and British open sporting championships. As well as competing internationally Ed is a professional shooting coach with an ever growing list of clients throughout the world now benefiting from his experience and knowledge to improve their shooting skills.

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  • Elena Allen

    Elena Allen

    Elena Allen (born 12 July 1972 in Moscow, Russian SFSR) is a British sports shooter. She also represents Wales in the Commonwealth Games having previously represented England.
    At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she competed in the skeet event. In the 2013 World Shotgun Championships in Lima, Peru she received a bronze medal in the individual skeet competition. In the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow Allen took silver in the women's skeet.
  • James Rounsevell

    James Rounsevell

    James Rounsevell has been shotgun shooting since the age of 7 and quickly started to win local championship events as well as game fair competitions in the south west area of the UK, local to his Cornwall home. With his desire to represent Great Britain internationally and ultimately at a future Olympics James decided to concentrate on the discipline of Olympic skeet shooting. At the age of 18 James was selected for the England talent pathway to assist further his Olympic Skeet Shooting abilities and saw him represent England Juniors the following year at the 2015 European Championships in Baku. On his 19th birthday James competed in the English Open and English Grand Prix taking both junior titles and being overall winner of the Open. As the 2015 season drew to a close James shot a personal best of 120 ex 125 at the British Championships. With the 2016 clay shooting season now starting James Rounsevell will surely be a name to watch out for at both international competitions and the future Olympics of 2020.
  • Lara Dale

    Lara Dale

    I started Clay Target shooting aged 11 and shot mainly sporting until June 2014 when I gained a place on The England Talent Pathway and tried Olympic Skeet for the first time. I have continued with British Shooting this year on The Regional Development Program and after finishing 3rd behind Amber Hill & Elena Allen and making the final at a GB selection shoot i gained a place in The GB Junior Team. I have recently been accepted for a place on The Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) with UK Sport at Birmingham University after British Shooting nominated me as a suitable candidate.
  • Charlie Monahan

    Charlie Monahan

  • Cheryl Hall

    Cheryl Hall

    Cheryl Hall has been clay shooting for 10 years and over that time has grown to dominate the sport. Travelling all over the world has seen her able to obtain 24 World Championship titles and numerous European titles in not only English Sporting but also Compak and FITASC. Cheryl first shot a 20 bore shotgun when she was invited to shoot at a beaters day being absolutely rubbish but loving every minute she embarked on some clay shooting lessons. After a few months she started to shoot a Beretta 12 bore and then she was ready to shoot the selection shoots for the county for which in the 1st year she won 5 of the 5 she entered. The following year she went on to qualify for the England sporting team which took her to San Antonio for which she was not disgraced. In 2005 she won the home international sporting championship.
  • Ben Llewellin

    Ben Llewellin

  • John Lee

    John Lee

    John Lee - 3 x Beretta World Champion, Benelli semi auto champion, British side by side champion, multiple England caps, including world 5 man sporting team. Amongst other titles, John is renowned as one of the best game shots in the country. A Gamekeeper by trade means he's also a very accomplished shot with a rifle too! There isn't many days a year that John isn't handling a gun of some kind, hence his impressive cv, winning titles with over and under, side by side and semi automatic shotguns. A totally unique skill which only a few can boast!!0

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