April 22 - James Huckle, who recently broke the British record in the men's Three Positions Rifle at the World Cup in Changwon, South Korea, will be among a team of 16 representing Britain at next month's ISSF World Cup in Fort Benning, United States.
The 20-year-old from Harlow, who bettered the mark set in 1989 by British shooting legend Malcolm Cooper, will be joined by Jen McIntosh, who brought home gold from the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi for Scotland with a record-breaking performance in the women's singles 50 metres rifle prone competition.
Neil Stirton and Jon Hammond, who are also 2010 Scottish Commonwealth champions, are listed by British Shooting in the 50m prone rifle men and 50m three positions rifle men.
The event will take place from May 14-23.
GB team: 10m Air Pistol Men: Nick Baxter; 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men: Morgan Cook, Ian Jack; 50m Pistol Men: Nick Baxter; 10m Air Pistol Women: Julia Lydall, Vicky Mullin; 25m Pistol Women: Julia Lydall, Vicky Mullin.
10m Air Rifle Men: James Huckle, Kenny Parr; 50m Prone Rifle Men: Jon Hammond, Neil Stirton, Matt Thomson, James Huckle (MQS), Kenny Parr (MQS); 50m 3P Rifle Men: Jon Hammond, James Huckle, Kenny Parr, Neil Stirton (MQS) ; 10m Air Rifle Women: Jenny Corish, Sheree Cox, Jen McIntosh, Helen Warnes (MQS); 50m 3P Rifle Women: Jenny Corish, Jen McIntosh, Helen Warnes, Sheree Cox (MQS).
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