Olympic Skeet

Olympic Skeet

Olympic Skeet (OSK) 

Welcome to the Olympic Skeet Team page.  Everything you need to know about representing England in this discipline can be found here.

As its name indicates, this is one of the disciplines which forms part of the shooting programme at the Olympic Games.  

Shooting for England

To be eligible to represent any England Clay Target Shooting Team please see England Team Handbook.  England Team Handbook

Please note that if a shooter has already represented another Country/Team in any discipline:

He/she must have been officially resident in the country he/she wishes to represent for a minimum continual period of one year.

A minimum period of two calendar years would have to elapse in which the member has not shot for any country.

Please read the England Team Handbook for England Team full eligibility rules, link above.


Team Selection Process

Below is the process used to decide selection for the England OSK Team for Home International Team matches only (under the jurisdiction of the ICTSC).   

The 3 selection shoots in 2024 will run between April and July.   To be considered for a place on the Olympic Skeet England Team to compete in the Home International at least two scores from the three designated selection shoots should be submitted.   The 1st and 2nd 2024 OSK Selection Dates are in conjunction with British Shooting SGS dates and the 3rd Selection Shoot is the 2024 OSK English Open.

For all events when the scores are submitted, the scores (for each Selection Shoot) from High Gun  are calculated on Points from High Gun x 125  and those with the lowest points will go through to represent England.

All scores will be checked and verified.  In the event of a tie, lowest points from the final shoot will be used to decide the place.  If the tie still exists countback scores from the English Open will be used.

The deadline for submitting these scores is Midnight  4th June 2024.

Please enter your scores HERE


2024 Olympic Skeet (OSK) Selection Shoots

      Book Through Results
Shotgun Series R1 + OSK England Team Selection Shoot 1 6th - 7th April 2024 East Yorkshire British Shooting Click Here
Shotgun Series R2 + OSK England Team Selection Shoot 2 4th - 5th  May 2024 Fauxdegla British Shooting Click Here
OSK English Open + OSK England Team Selection Shoot 3 1st - 2nd June 2024 Doveridge CPSA Click Here

The OSK HCIT 2024 will be held on Saturday 10th August 2024 (100 Targets)

Route Gun Club                    
Ballybogey Road                      
Co. Antrim                        

Practice will be available at Route Gun Club Wednesday 07 August 2024.

For information regarding cartridges and gun storage, please contact the shooting ground directly:  T: 079 8994 3161

Route Gun Club is restricted to Steel shot only and the club will be using black targets for the event.           

PLEASE NOTE:                      
The event will adhere to current ISSF rules, semi automatic shotguns and release triggers can no longer be used and guns must be emptied between all pegs



Please book onto 1st and 2nd Selection Shoots  via British Shooting and via CPSA for 3rd Selection Shoot.

Please note:  To log into the British Shooting Website to enter you are required to create an account if you do not already have on.

Olympic Skeet Team Size:

  • 9  Open / Seniors
  • 2 Ladies
  • 2 Juniors
  • 2 Veterans
  • 2 Super Veterans

Category Ages

Home International Events (ICTSC)

Junior:                       A Junior is under the age of 21 on the 1st January in the year of competition

Veteran:                   A Veteran is 55 or over on the 1st January in the year of competition

Super Veteran:       A Super Veteran is 65 or over on the 1st January in the year of competition

England Team Captaincy

  • The Team Captain will be the member with most number of appearances (cpsa) in the specific event’s team, irrespective of category.  If any team member has already been Captain at any time in the past, their appearances will be counted from the year following their last captaincy.
  • In the event of two or more members having the same number of caps, the member with the earliest first team appearance will become Captain.  If there is still a tie, the lowest ORIGINAL CPSA number will determine the captaincy for that year. 

Team Manager Information

The Team Manager for Olympic Skeet (OSK)  is Paul Tudge contactable via e-mail paultudge@yahoo.com and T: 07827 812796


Please Note:

The CPSA reserve the right to change this selection process as necessary due to government restrictions or exceptional circumstances.