Sights set on Worlds

Sights set on Worlds

On Sunday, April 13 in Kamloops an F Class rifle shooting clinic for juniors was attended by 10 lakecity shooters.

On Sunday, April 13 in Kamloops the first-ever F Class rifle shooting clinic for juniors was attended by 10 lakecity shooters between the ages of 13 and 18.

The group: Steven Skakun (from left), Terry Chupa (mentor), Zach Herrick, Steve Chipman, Steve Baardsen, Thomas Pinchbeck, Natasha Duquesne, Tom Fripp (mentor), Nick Skakun, Caroline Chupa (event coordinator/support mentor), Justin Bond, Barry Prost (mentor), Jos Novakowski, Mark Anderson (Butts Officer), Cassidy Burtini, Samantha McPhee, Cassidy Chupa, Dave Assmus, Cody, and Paul Reiben (mentor) will now look to acquire equipment and attend another training clinic in Calgary, Alta., with the Canadian National F Class rifle team.

The juniors are aspiring to shoot at the Western Canadian match in Chilliwack, B.C., at the end of June. The goal is to build a Canadian Junior F Class team to shoot together as a team at the World F Class competition in Ottawa in 2017 (Canada’s 150th birthday).