Stepping Onto An Aircraft – And Out Of My Comfort Zone

I’m sure – from my Twitter, Facebook and Instagram – you are aware that this week I spent four days at my very first international competition, the Cyprus Grand Prix. With some support from the UCL Elite Athlete programme, I managed to attend what I realise now was actually my first proper Olympic Skeet competition … More Stepping Onto An Aircraft – And Out Of My Comfort Zone

St George’s and Berkeley Foundation Charity Shoot

This journey started almost exactly a year ago, and I think more by chance than by design. This shoot is held every year, each time for a different charity, and a group of construction and housing sales companies are invited to pitch teams, including DDS Demolition, founded by a friend of mine from the shooting … More St George’s and Berkeley Foundation Charity Shoot

Back On Track

I knew I hadn’t written a blog post for a while, but checking my last published post I realised that I hadn’t noticed how long it had been. (It was on the 5th of July, now two months ago!) Don’t get me wrong, I have wanted to write again, but I just haven’t been inspired. … More Back On Track

Why I Set Up A Crowdfunding Campaign

I am writing this edition of my blog to respond to a question that was recently posed to me on Twitter, as 140 characters isn’t truly enough to make a compelling and reasoned argument. As you may have noticed, I have set up a crowdfunding campaign on pledgesports.org (pledgesports.org/projects/olympic-skeet-training-programme/) to help raise funds for my … More Why I Set Up A Crowdfunding Campaign