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Ben Llewellin

Olympic Skeet - Wales

Olympic skeet double British Champion and ISSF World Cup Silver medalist. Currently ranked No.1 in the UK and 6th in the World.
    • British Grand Prix Bronze Medal!

      Last weekend I was competing in the British GP held at Bisley, it was a two day event with the first day battling the British weather I came away with a disappointing score placing me 10th over night and with my "never give up" mentality I came out strong scoring 50 out of 50 on the second day jumping up the leader board to 3rd going into the final where I had a good shoot off but managing to hold onto the Bronze Medal! This has been a good start for my build up to the World Cup final in October.
      British Grand Prix Bronze Medal!

      Last weekend I was competing in the British GP held at Bisley, it was a two day event with the first day battling the British weather I came away with a disappointing score placing me 10th over night and with my "never give up" mentality I came out strong scoring 50 out of 50 on the second day jumping up the leader board to 3rd going into the final where I had a good shoot off but managing to hold onto the Bronze Medal! This has been a good start for my ... See more
      Gaylia Fallon Well done Ben! NGU attitude saw you through!!
    • An amazing start to my 2016 season:

      Silver medal success in the Mens Skeet at my maiden ISSF Shotgun World Cup held at Nicosia, Cyprus
      I shot an excellent 120/125 in hot and sunny conditions to end qualifying in fourth place, before shooting an almost perfect 15/16 in the semi-finals to reach the gold medal match. Meeting former Olympic gold medallist Mikola Milchev in the final where I pushed the Sydney 2000 Olympic gold medallist to a sudden death shoot-off after we were both tied on a score of 14/16 apiece. Despite narrowly missing out on the gold medal, I can take a host of positives from my maiden World Cup.
      “I’m thrilled to come away from my first World Cup with a silver medal.” “With Olympic medallists throughout the field it certainly gave me the motivation to deliver and benchmark my abilities.”
      “I will aim to carry this success into the rest of the season and will now focus on a series of British qualifiers which will narrate the team selection for the next World Cup tournament in San Marino”.
      “It will be an exciting season without doubt if this momentum can continue.” “With the backing of Edgar Brothers, Zoli, Nobel sport Italia and Laporte, I’m very much looking forward to seeing what we can achieve in 2016.”
      An amazing start to my 2016 season:

      Silver medal success in the Mens Skeet at my maiden ISSF Shotgun World Cup held at Nicosia, Cyprus
      I shot an excellent 120/125 in hot and sunny conditions to end qualifying in fourth place, before shooting an almost perfect 15/16 in the semi-finals to reach the gold medal match. Meeting former Olympic gold medallist Mikola Milchev in the final where I pushed the Sydney 2000 Olympic gold medallist to a sudden death shoot-off after we were both ... See more
      Jonathan Mitchell Really looking forward to your next event!