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Shooters hit the mark

Barbadian shooters participated in the Curacao Open 2015 competition last weekend and acquitted themselves well.

The tournament had 55 shooting athletes from countries such as Colombia, Aruba, Guyana, Suriname, the United States, as well as the hosts.

(From left) Richard Durant, Kevin Grant and Adrian Marshall.

(From left) Richard Durant, Kevin Grant and Adrian Marshall.

Adrian “Top Shotta” Marshall placed fifth overall with 890 points.

The production division had a total of 21 shooters. It was a tough competition as contestants battled over 12 challenging stages in the hot boiling sun. In the standard division, Kevin “Enforcer” Grant and Richard “Cordite” Durant had a tough time as they battled against 22 shooters in that division. Durant placed sixth overall with 800 points in that division and Grant fourth with 974.

Shooters will be travelling to Trinidad and Tobago this weekend to represent Barbados at the Trinidad and Tobago Police Shooting Competition to face off against law enforcement personnel as well as competitors from around the region.

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