Women in Shooting


20 Questions: Catherine Skinner

Want to get to know our Olympic superstar Catherine Skinner a bit better? Our top shooters are so often only asked about their competitive pursuits, so for something completely different, I collared her for a few minutes to find out her likes and dislikes, how she likes to administer her […]


Women of Calibre: Rachael Ross

Sharp shot Rachael Ross talks to me about growing up Singapore, her aspirations for gold and out-shooting policemen in this edition of Women of Calibre! Which disciplines do you shoot? I shoot the 50m rifle 3 positions event, as well as the 10m Air Rifle event. There’s been some interesting […]


Women of Calibre: Jill Colebourn

For this issue of Women of Calibre, I spoke to ace biathlete Jill Colebourn at the 2016 Australian Biathlon Championships at Mount Hotham. Jill took out the gold in the open sprint race and came second in the individual distance race. How long have you been competing in biathlon? I […]


Expert poll: What’s the best advice you were given as a new shooter?

As a new shooter, it’s common to be bombarded with advice – both useful and not-so-useful – and some of it is even conflicting! It’s hard to know which tips are going to help you improve quickly, and which may even hold you back. So recently I went round the […]


Women of Calibre: Aislin Jones

Aislin Jones has certainly made an impression on the Australian shooting community in the past year. The Victorian teenager has excelled in state, national and international competition in Olympic skeet, and is now headed for the Rio for her first Olympic Games. I chat to her about her journey into […]


Across the Ditch with Tiffany Piper

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a target shooter in another country? My new series of articles explores this question – starting close to home, with Action shooter Tiffany Piper from New Zealand, who is heading over to compete in the prestigious Bianchi Cup this month. Name: Tiffany Piper Location: Whangarei, […]