National Champions – Rifle

Rifle shooting came into the club in 1994, and our first rifle champion was Kim Frazer, also an Olympian and multiple Commonwealth Games representative. Since the early years of the club in the 1950’s we have had many multiple champions, some of whom have also gone on to represent Australia at Olympic and Commonwealth Games. Particular mention should be made of Susan McCready who has been dominant in the rifle events at National Championships for many years. We recognise all our national champions’ achievements in this honour roll which can also be found on display at the clubrooms.

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 Rifle Champions
YearChampionEventScore Categories
1997Kim Frazer50m Prone592
1998Kim Frazer50m Ladies Prone589
1998Robert Wieland10m Air575#
1998Andrew Bingham10m Running Target564
1998Susan McCready50m 3×20 Sport Rifle575#Open, Ladies, Junior
1999Susan McCready50m 3×20 Sport Rifle564Open, Ladies, Junior
1999Carolyn Quigley10m Ladies Air392
1999Kim Frazer50m Ladies Prone588
1999Andrew Bingham10m Running Target555
2000Susan McCready10m Air589Open, Junior
2000Susan McCready10m Ladies Air394
2000Kim Frazer50m Ladies Prone584
2000Susan McCreadyPosition Champion2307
2001Susan McCready10m Air587Open, Junior
2001Susan McCready10m Ladies Air392
2001Susan McCready50m 3×20 Sport Rifle569
2001Susan McCready50m 3×40 Free Rifle1145
2001Susan McCreadyPosition Champion2301
2002Susan McCready50m 3×20 Sport Rifle571Open, Ladies
2002Susan McCready10m Air588
2002Susan McCready10m Ladies Air392
2002Kim Frazer50m Ladies Prone588
2003Susan McCready10m Ladies Air393
2004Susan McCready10m Ladies Air393
2004Susan McCready10m Air590
2004Susan McCready3×20 Sport Rifle563

# denotes record score