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  1. Cycling, Shooting, and Show Jumping (The Olympic Sports) by Jason Page, 2008-03-15
  2. Shooting from the Outside by Tara Vanderveer, Joan Ryan, 1998-11-01
  3. Shooting Sport Technique and Practice: A Manual for Shooting Sport Based on Target Rifle Disciplines Bisley Target and Match UIT 3P Prone and Air
  4. Shooting for the Gold: A Portrait of America's Olympic Athletes by Walter Iooss, Dave Anderson, 1984-10
  5. Successful Pistol Shooting by Bob Hickey, Art Sievers, 1996-11

101. How To Photograph Olympic Sports
How to Photograph olympic sports (An iPlayOutside Article) If you are shootingbasketball, baseball or soccer, try to show the ball in the picture.
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Links Contact Info iShopOutside Article added Tuesday, September 19, 2000 How to Photograph Olympic Sports Reprinted with permission from the New York Institute of Photography web site at Photo by Marty Lamp Regardless of whether you are one of the millions of lucky spectators, camera in hand, at the 2000 Olympics, or you are at your local high school track meet, here are some tips from the New York Institute of Photography to help you take exciting pictures at your favorite sporting events. According to Chuck DeLaney, Dean of the world's largest photography school, "These tips will help you get great photos regardless of whether you are at an Olympic swim meet or your child's soccer game." 1. Fill the frame. Try to fill the frame with a player's body, rather than simply showing him or her as a distant speck. The type of picture you're looking for is a closeup action shot. A shot that fills the frame with just one or two players in the heat of a basketball game or a gymnast swinging from the parallel bars.

102. Kids Domain - Sports Games
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103. Shooting Gold For Aussie Balogh - Athens Olympics 2004 - ABC Sport.
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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 17, 2004. 10:34am (AEST) Australian shooter Suzanne Balogh has won gold in the women's trap event at the Olympic Games in Athens. The 31-year-old from New South Wales took full advantage of a collapse in form by the top medal contenders in blustery conditions to win from Spain's Maria Quintanal and Lee Bo-Na of South Korea. It is the first time an Australian woman has won a shooting gold medal. Balogh broke into tears and was hoisted onto her team-mates shoulders after her final shot. "I can't believe it," said Balogh, who took up shooting as a 15-year-old and was taught by her father. "I'm thrilled, I'm speechless, it's wonderful." Her father, Steve Balogh said conditions near Canberra where she trains were similar leading up to the Games. Mr Balogh said his daughter knew she had to remain calm throughout the competition.

104. Mark Misses Shooting Medal - Athens Olympics 2004 - ABC Sport.
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Last Updated: Friday, August 20, 2004. 1:20am (AEST) Australia's Lauryn Mark has finished fourth in the women's skeet shooting at the Athens Olympics. Diana Igaly of Hungary won the gold medal with 97 points. Silver went to China's Wei Ning, who finished with 93 points. Zemfira Meftakhetdinova of Azerbaijan (93) edged out Mark (92) for bronze. Print Email Medal Tally Medal Tally Gold Silver Bronze USA CHN RUS AUS JPN
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105. Helsingin Sanomat - International Edition - Sport
Skeet shooting is a fine sport At the Olympics, Finland feels smaller than But there I sat, at the Marcopoulo shooting centre, nervous about the fate of
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I would never have believed that one day I would wring my hands in anxiety while watching how a man brings down clay pigeons with a shotgun.
If someone had asked me only a couple of weeks ago whether skeet shooting really is a sport, I would have answered without a moment's hesitation: No.
And if skeet shooter Marko Kemppainen had been pointed out to me, I would not have guessed him to be an athlete. The numerous statues of athletes at the archaeological museum in Athens definitely do not resemble Kemppainen in the least. But there I sat, at the Marcopoulo shooting centre, nervous about the fate of Finland's first medal at the 2004 Olympics. But I was also afraid. I was sure that Kemppainen would suffer the same fate as trap shooter

Iran will send a third woman shooter, Nassim Hassanpour, to Athens this year . Why should the Olympics and other sports events comply with religious
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107. The Hindu : Sport / Olympic Games : Indian Shooters Aiming For Glory
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Indian shooters aiming for glory By Kamesh Srinivasan
ATHENS, AUG. 12. The setting is brilliant at the Markopoulo shooting range, as the sun bathes the hillside and the mild breeze provides a warm welcome as one steps into the gigantic structure. "Meet the world champion. You can ask him anything,'' says Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, as he introduces the world record holder, Daniele Di Spigno of Italy, politely trying to avoid the media glare, after firing a 48 out of 50 in training. "I was,'' retorts Di Spigno, as he points out that his world title had already been taken over by Walton Eller of the U.S. in the World championship in Nicosia, where Rathore bagged the bronze.

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