today 13, March 2020
Pistol Australia is monitoring the ongoing issues relating to the effect coronavirus is having on sporting events in Australia. At this point in time all Pistol Australia events will be proceeding. Pistol Australia will continue to closely monitor and follow the advice of the Queensland Government in relation to the 2020 PA ISSF National Championships to be held in Brisbane in April 2020. Pistol Australia will continue to keep its members informed on any changes to this advice.
Most recent news
The 2022 AGM of Shooting Australia was held yesterday. Two positions on the board were declared vacant. There were six nominations for the two positions and after an exhaustive ballot Andrew Sims (NRAA) was re-elected and the 2nd position was filled by Robert Maddocks (PA) therefore the four members of the Board are now: Deserie […]Read more…
Pistol Australia in conjunction with all States and Territories is proud to announce the launch of the 2022 Pistol Australia Awards. The awards recognise the achievements of the Australian Pistol Community. The 2022 Award Categories are: Athlete of the Year – Male Athlete of the Year – Female Athlete of the Year – Junior Team […]Read more…
Pistol Shooting Returns to the Commonwealth Games. The 2026 Commonwealth Games Committee today announced the final 26 sports to compete in the Games in Victoria in 2026 and it included Air Pistol, Men, Women and Para Sport. Click on this link to see the media release – VIC26 SA FINALRead more…