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Introducing the Air Arms Target Sprint Cup and Open 2019
1 CommentWednesday, 26 June 2019 | Air Arms
Continuing the growing success of Target Sprint, Air Arms are proud to announce the first ever Air Arms Target Sprint Cup. Skilled athletes will gather at the Yate Outdoor Sport Complex in Bristol from the 24th – 25th August for two days of running and target shooting competition.
The Target Sprint shooting discipline sees competitors run 400m then shoot five knockdown targets before running a further 400m. The Air Arms Cup will be conducted according to the ISSF Target Sprint Competition Rules and Regulations.
In 2018 Air Arms announced the TS400 as the latest addition to their extensive range of revolutionary air rifle. The TS400 has been specifically designed to help athletes achieve faster shooting times when competing in the exhilarating Target Sprint shooting.
Air Arms Managing Director, Claire West is excited to announce the first ever Air Arms Target Sprint Cup. “Target Sprint is an upcoming and exciting shooting discipline. Everyone here at Air Arms is incredibly proud to support such an amazing sport. The Air Arms Target Sprint Cup will be a great opportunity to bring talented athletes from around the globe together for two days of target shooting fun.”
For more information about Target Sprint, please visit: https://www.targetsprint.com