The shooting competition is divided into four types: rifle, pistol, moving target and flying saucer. Each type varies according to gun specification, shooting posture, shooting distance, shooting method and target type, and is divided into more items. At present, the international shooting league has announced that there are 42 men's projects in the world record and 14 women (see attached table). The world record, however, stipulates that only records created in world events, games and continents will be recognized. The shooting competition is divided into individual and group competitions. The number of team competitions in each project is divided into four men and three women. The league is ranked by the sum of individual achievements. The international shooting league has set up 52 men and women in the world shooting championships. The intercontinental shooting championship is about the same as the world championships. The Asian shooting championships currently do not include large calibre rifles and mobile target. The Olympic Games have only men's events, but women can sign up to compete with men. There are seven shooting items in the 22nd Olympic Games. There are only individual competitions and no group projects. The 23rd Olympic Games scheduled to be held in 1984 will increase the men's air rifle competition and include three women's projects in the Olympic Games for the first time. Thereafter, the women will not compete in the men's events except the flying saucer program. In addition to the international uniform competition, many countries also have their own traditional competitions. Countries such as the United States, Japan and other countries still hold the old shooting match of the old preloaded rope gun. Britain's traditional hunting game is shooting a variety of analog prey, such as pheasant, water ducks, rabbits, etc., the target suddenly appeared from the hidden point, striker must discover the target, rapid fire to win. Sweden, the Soviet union and other countries also have simulated duel shooting matches.
Sharlene has studied art in Canada and abroad-- in Paris, Florence and Chautauqua, N.Y. She would be a Docent in the National Gallery of Canada in the 80?s. She had solo and group exhibitions in Saudi Arabia, Canada and Germany. The National Museum for Women within the Arts in Washington D.C. recognized her artistic accomplishments in 1993 and opened a file to be with her be employed in their Archives. Her artwork are located in private and corporate collections in over 35 countries. UNICEF, Geneva, selected her painting ?Sunflowers? in 1997 and used that image in cards to boost funds in Europe and Asia. Her art can be seen at her gallery website.
The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy sponsored award is one of the most competitive categories in the Trade Association Forum’s annual awards. It recognises a successful initiative, by a trade association, to tackle an important issue that will drive the future prosperity and growth of its members.
The Bowen Technique enables healing in a deep cellular level, removing toxins and resetting the particular groups central nervous system to some natural state of balance. The Bowen Technique Practitioner uses his / her hands to manoeuvre the skin, pulling it back to the advantage of the muscle, ligament or tendon. The skin might be held briefly with this position before being pushed back gently within the underlying tissue. A Bowen Practitioner will treat the whole body with the patient rather than just the effected tissue. Treatments normally last anyhwere between a half-hour plus an hour, with brief pauses in the treatment in order to let the healing ways to begin.