London 2012

James Bevis

At London 2012, James competed in his second Paralympic Games where he won bronze in the R5 10m Air Rifle Prone mixed SH2.

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Adrian Bunclark

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.

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Karen Butler

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.

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Georgina Callingham

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.

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Di Coates MBE

Di had the opportunity to try a variety of different sports when she was younger but discovered that she had a talent for Shooting.

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Ryan Cockbill

Ryan first got involved in Shooting in 2007, at the Spinal Games at Stoke Mandeville. He made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.

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Richard Davies

Richard made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.

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Adam Fontain

Adam started Shooting just before his 12th birthday and he made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.

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Benjamin Jesson

Ben first took up Shooting in 2006, during his time at the University of Aberdeen. He made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.

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Nathan Milgate

Nathan made his Paralympic debut at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games.

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