Disability Shooting Great Britain earned four direct slots at Fort Benning for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games to take the total won across the qualification period to ten.
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The IPC Shooting World Cup USA concluded with a silver in R5 for Ryan Cockbill to add to his R4 gold and a direct slot won by Karen Butler in R6 to take the final number of GB places for Rio to ten.
All GB shooters in action on Friday at the IPCS Shooting World Cup USA made their respective finals with Stewart Nangle and Roy Carter securing direct slots to take the number of direct slots for Rio to nine.
Great Britain increased their medal hopes for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games on Friday (18 September), securing another quota place at the IPC Shooting World Cup in Sydney, Australia.
IPC Shooting has confirmed that a record number of countries will compete at the World Cup in Osijek, Croatia, from 10-14 July, as nearly 230 athletes from 48 nations prepare to line up for the first Rio 2016 Paralympic Games qualifier of 2015.
Aspiring Paralympians took another important step on their quest to represent their country at Rio 2016 this weekend as 60 Paralympic hopefuls and support staff attended the ParalympicsGB Potentials Camp at the University of Bath.
Great Britain’s squad of 11 athletes have returned from the IPC Shooting World Championships in Suhl, Germany with eight medals, including two golds, and three quota places for Rio Games earned by Matt Skelhon, James Bevis and Tim Jeffery.