At London 2012, James competed in his second Paralympic Games where he won bronze in the R5 10m Air Rifle Prone mixed SH2.
Adrian, known by all on the team as Bunny, first got involved in the sport after his wife Jane bought him a Shooting lesson as a Christmas present in 2005.
Karen first started Shooting in 1984 when she was introduced to the sport while working towards her gold Duke of Edinburgh award. She found she had a natural ability for the sport and this encouraged her to continue.
Georgy has always been sporty, competing in both Swimming and Athletics at national level when she was younger. She made her Paralympic debut in Shooting at London 2012.
Di had the opportunity to try a variety of different sports when she was younger but discovered that she had a talent for Shooting.
Ryan first got involved in Shooting in 2007, at the Spinal Games at Stoke Mandeville. He made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.
Richard made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.
Adam started Shooting just before his 12th birthday and he made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.
Ben first took up Shooting in 2006, during his time at the University of Aberdeen. He made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.
Nathan made his Paralympic debut at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games.
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