These recurring competitions are ideal for athletes that are new to the sport. They are run professionally with World Shooting Para Sport judges and offer a great introduction to the sport.
Several of these competitions are level 1 which are not on the same level as Grand Prix or World Cup (level 2) competitions. One example of how they differ is that in level 1 competitions, scores count towards Minimum Qualifying Scores (MQS) for major competitions but the scores do not count towards World Rankings or Records. The complete differences are listed in Appendix 1 of the Rulebook.
Recurring competitions have been steadily growing to become some of the largest events we have. With the combination of top ranked athletes alongside new and beginning shooters – these competitions have something to offer for all shooters!
|Competition||Discipline||City, Country||2017 Date||Projected 2018 Date||Competition Level|
|Al Ain World Shooting Para Sport World Cup||Rifle/Pistol||Al Ain, United Arab Emirates||19-28 February 2017||March 2018||Level 2 (sanctioned)|
|Szczecin World Shooting Para Sport Grand Prix||Rifle/Pistol||Szczecin, Poland||24-29 April 2017||April 2018||Level 2 (sanctioned)|
|International Shooting Competition of Hannover (ISCH)||Rifle/Pistol||Hannover, Germany||4-14 May 2017|
|USA Shooting National Championships||Rifle/Pistol||Fort Benning, USA||25 June - 2 July 2017|
|South American Cup||Rifle/Pistol||Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay||1-10 September 2017|