Want to try something different and fun that is exhilarating, empowering and explosive – then for your next Staff Team Building or Staff Rewards, Bucks, Hens, Birthday, Work Christmas Party and Family Get Together why not come to Sydney’s HITTING TARGETS!!
Hitting Targets’ Aim is to work with clubs in NSW introducing new shooters to clay target through fun, exciting and exhilarating group sessions through a clubs ‘try shooting programme’. We may be private but we work through a club in the hope that the people we introduce to the sport of clay target have a clear view that it is a safe yet still responsible sport and hopefully they may also want to get their firearms license and join in on the fun.
- we introduce you to the sport of Clay Shooting
- we work through Clubs
- we assist in boosting Club Memberships
- we give you a good taste of the sport before you make the decision to apply for a firearms license – to make sure it’s right for you.
Our Guarantee: Accompanying me we offer qualified and awarded staff, many have represented Australia also, to take you on this fabulously explosive experience. A great selection of firearms, safety gear, shooting equipment and excellent coaching. We have got the Hitting Targets formula right – come and try it for yourself!
About our Staff
Suzy is the first Australian lady to win Olympic Gold for Shooting and the only Australian to win shooting Gold on Olympic debut. She also won Commonwealth, World, Oceania and National titles. In 2005 Suzy was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for services to sport.
Suzy has a Bachelor of Rural Science, from The University of New England and utilising this degree spent 10 years working for the NSW Department of Primary Industries as a State advisor and liaison and training specialist in invasive species. Amongst her key roles were team building and group coordination. These skills she utilises to coordinate the Team Building sessions with her Hitting Targets clients. Suzy has also worked with the Invasive Species Cooperative Research Centre as their key extension officer fro the Educational Roadshows.
Suzy is involved with many charity, sporting and community projects. She is a Speakers Bureau ambassador for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Suzy also assists junior shooters in their development and progression into Olympic Disciplines through the Olympic endeavour Shooting trophy.
Suzy is a qualified clay target coach. Australian Competetion Level in the Sports Commissions National Coach Accreditation Scheme She is one of only four people in Australia with an International Sports Shooting Federation Shotgun Coaching License and the only one with a B+ license.
Suzy has represented Australia in five disciplines of clay target shooting – Olympic Trap, Olympic Skeet, Olympic Double Trap, Down the Line and American Skeet.Suzy has coached the National University Shooting Team on trips to the World University Shooting Championships and World University Games.
Suzy is also employed part time as the Head Coach and National Coaching Director for the Australian Clay Target Association. And as part of her role with the ACTA carries out Coaching Accreditation and also developing shooters through the ACTA Academy.
Suzy also sits on the Boards of Navsports Limited and Wot’s Doin Limited.
Suzy had an excellent competition at the London 2012 Olympics beating the previous Olympic record to make the final, along with equalling her PB, after entering the final in Bronze position she was outgunned by the professional European’s she finished 6th.
In 2015 she is working hard on introducing her sport of clay target shooting to as many people as she can through Hitting Targets.
Gemma is currently in the Australian Shooting Team as a Junior Member, representing her country at three consecutive Junior World Cups and two World Universaides. Gemma is also studying a Bachelor of Business- Sports Management at Western Sydney University.
As a qualified Club Coach, Gemma enjoys introducing people to the sport she loves so much, bringing her knowledge and personality to the range.
Gemma was recently part of the Australian Uniroos team, competing in Gwangju South Korea at the 2015 Summer Universiade. Along with Catherine Skinner and Indi Gladmann, she secured a Bronze Medal in the Womens Trap Teams event.
James has been shooting since the age of 12 and has spent most of his junior years representing Australia. He has competed at international competitions such as Junior World Cups, World Championships, Qatar Open and Youth Olympics. He has recently been selected as a member of Shooting Australia’s 2015-16 Aiming For Gold (A4G) Squad and is very determined to achieve various performance goals over the next competitive shooting year as he debuts in the Open Men’s category.
Away from shooting James is studying a Bachelor of Policing at the University of Western Sydney and hopes one day he will work with disadvantaged communities in Rural and Remote areas of Australia.