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What's new? (15 June '17)

It's less than 300 days until the opening of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, and preparation on the shotgun range at Belmont is nearing completion. It's going to be an  amazing range.

This time last year Aislin was headed for Baku to the World Cup, and in a few days she flies to Suhl, Germany with a junior Australian team for the ISSF Grand Prix Shotgun. It will be Aislin's third trip to Suhl in three years. 

Commonwealth Games selection is in full swing and on returning from Suhl, Aislin heads for Brisbane at the start of July for the QCTA ISSF State Championships. This is the third of five CG selection events with the top four scores to count for selection for each athlete. At the Cecil Park Clay Target Club Grand Prix a fortnight ago, Aislin shot a new PB 72/75 in qualifying, only three years after transitioning to ISSF Skeet from American Skeet.

In March & April, Aislin competed at the ISSF World Cups in New Delhi & Acapulco. Just her second and third WC respectively they presented two more experiences at international competition. Aislin placed 23rd in New Delhi & 12th in Acapulco. She is currently ranked 29th internationally, and remains the youngest on the ISSF Women's Skeet International Rankings as the only athlete who's birth year starts in the new millenium.

In January Aislin backed up her win in 2016 by taking the Commonwealth ISSF Women's Skeet Championship in Perth, but narrowly missed out to good friend Esmee Van Der Veen from The Netherlands in the National Championship. Aislin still took the Overall High Gun over the two events with a new record high gun score for the Australian National Championships. Both Aislin & Esmee shot scores at the event that qualified them for consideration for their respective national teams to travel events later in 2017.

In June of this year Aislin heads for Suhl in Germany for a Grand Prix, and hopefully later in the year will shoot the World Championships. 

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Aislin claimed 8th place at her debut World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan. Shooting 70/75, she missed the shoot off for semi final places by one target but said from Baku yesterday that she's learned a lot from the event and is keen to build on that experience. After the conclusion of the qualifying rounds, in another first Aislin was invited to co-commentate the finals which can be seen on the ISSF YouTube Channel here.

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