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Dear World Shooting Para Sport Member Associations,

Bonn, 28 November 2017

Information: Important Update

Dear World Shooting Para Sport Member Associations,

Following a rule change by the ISSF, we will now shoot 60 shots instead of 40 in the R2 and P2 disciplines. Additionally the R8 discipline will be 3x40 instead of 3x20 for a total of 120 shots.

While we realise there will be an adjustment period for our athletes we believe this is a positive change. Our sport has been ahead of the curve in terms of gender equality and this is another step in the right direction.

Updated MQS scores for the 2018 World Championships in Cheongju have been posted to our 2018 competitions page. We are excited to inform you about our application to include Para Trap in the 2024 Paralympic Games. This is the first of several steps towards inclusion and we are optimistic about our chances to redefine our sport for the better. MQS scores for Para Trap have been posted on our 2018 competitions page ahead of the Lonato 2018 World Championships in October. We will continue our push for national development and integrated events such as National Championships. Two new events in Europe and the Americas have recently been added.

 The development of Visually Impaired (VI) Shooting continues into 2018 with several events planned. In the coming year we plan to finalise the classification and technical rules and vote for sport adoption at our sports forum. If this is successful we will apply to the International Paralympic Committee Governing Board to officially adopt the sport in the spring of 2019. After this VI events will be integrated into our existing World Cup and World Championship events.

Our sport is in an exciting transitional phase and we thank you for your support and flexibility during this time. We ask that these changes are absorbed and embraced as we look towards the bright future of shooting Para sport. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Ghislaine Briez                                        Tyler Anderson
World Shooting Para Sport                                   World Shooting Para Sport Manager
Sport Technical Committee Chairperson             International Paralympic Committee



Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source:- https://www.paralympic.org/sites/default/files/document/171128104635340_Important+Update_World+Shooting+Para+Sport_November+2017.pdf
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