International Shooting

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Competitive Shooting
... Soon international shooting events evolved, including shooting at the Summer Olympics (from 1896) and World Championships (from 1897) ... The International Shooting Sport Federation still administers Olympic and non-Olympic rifle, pistol, shotgun and running target shooting competitions, although there is also a large number of ...
Gary Anderson (sport Shooter) - Sport Shooting Career
... From a very young age, hunting and shooting fascinated Anderson ... Dreams of becoming an Olympic gold medalist in shooting led Anderson to the US Army ... Army coaches that his implausibly high shooting scores were accurate, he was assigned to the elite U.S ...
International Shooting Sport Federation
... The International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) is an organization that governs international shooting sports ... While far from the only such organization, it is the one that is a member of the International Olympic Committee and so it is in charge of the Olympic shooting events ... Not all ISSF shooting events are Olympic, however ...
Akira Kurosawa - Life and Career - International Recognition (1950–1958)
... Shooting of Rashomon began on July 7, 1950 and, after extensive location work in the primeval forest of Nara, wrapped on August 17 ... the festival's highest prize, the Golden Lion, shocking not only Daiei but the international film world, which at the time was largely unaware of Japan's decades-old cinematic tradition ... His career boosted by his sudden international fame, Kurosawa, now reunited with his original film studio, Toho (which would go on to produce his next 11 films), set to work on ...

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    ... though it is by no means requisite that the American women should emulate the men in the pursuit of the whale, the felling of the forest, or the shooting of wild turkeys, they might, with advantage, be taught in early youth to excel in the race, to hit a mark, to swim, and in short to use every exercise which could impart vigor to their frames and independence to their minds.
    Frances Wright (1795–1852)