This page is the home for Para-shooting in Australia, it contains all relevant information regarding classification, competition, and beginning and progressing your journey in Para-shooting.
Shooting Australia manages the National Classification Structure for Para-shooting and partners with five Member Bodies in delivering classification. In total there are six impairment groups recognised nationally. All athletes that appear on the Shooting Australia Classification Masterlist are able to compete in club competitions, state championships, Member Body National Championships, Shooting Australia Performance Series and SA Open events.
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Shooting Australia endorses an all-inclusive competition calendar. All events run by Shooting Australia and its Member Bodies cater for para-shooting athletes. The following information and links provide information for athletes to compete in para-shooting in Australia. Shooting Australia has an inclusive competition pathway for Para-athletes, including club competitions, state championships, Member Body National Championships, Shooting Australia Performance Series events and the SA Open.
Start your Journey
There are a range of disability groups eligible to compete within the Australian shooting system as an athlete with a disability. These disability groups are separated into varying classifications to ensure fair competition. Each disability group has a set of minimum impairment criteria that an athlete must meet in order to be eligible to compete as an athlete with a disability. Athletes must undergo specific Athlete Evaluation or Eligibility processes to obtain a classification. Please click on the link below for more information on classification.