James WILLETT

Australia (AUS) nation flag

Gender
Male
Birthday
23.12.1995
Age
23 years 8 months 1 days
Residence
Mulwala, NSW, AUS
Height
188 cm
Weight
88 kg
Profession
Farmer

Club
Deniliquin, NSW
Start of competing
2008
Practising shooter since
2007
Personal Coach
Arthur Willett
National Coach
Adam Vella
Handedness
right
Master Eye
right
Place of birth
Yarrawonga, Vic., AUS
Hometown
Mulwala, NSW, AUS
Marital status
single
Events
TR125, DT150, TRMIX
Higher education
HSC
Hobbies
Fishing, Hunting
Languages
English

Current World Rank
4

Latest news about this athlete

India’s Mittal secures his first career Gold in Acapulco, gets his payback on Australia’s Willett

Once again, the two athletes shot head-to-head for the men’s Double Trap Gold medal, and this time it was Ankur Mittal turn to raise his gun to the sky. The 24-year-old Indian also equalled the World Record set by Willett in New Delhi (IND).

22.03.2017

Australia’s Willett beats USA’s Holguin to win Double Trap title at the ISSF World Cup Final

The ISSF Shotgun World Cup Final in Rome kicked-off today with two medal events, the men’s Double Trap and the women’s Skeet finals. Australia’s Olympic finalist Willett secured the Double Trap title by beating USA’s 2014 World Cup Final winner Holguin.

12.10.2016

Australia’s James Willett wins the Double Trap Gold medal, his second consecutive this year

Willett prevailed over Vasily Mosin of the Russian Federation after a Gold medal shoot-off, besting the 3rd place he nailed at the World Cup stage in Nicosia (CYP) last month. USA’s Walton Eller finished 3rd, beating Italy’s Antonino Barillà in the Bronze medal match.

19.04.2016

Achievements

Medals

Gold
7
Silver
3
Bronze
3

Double Trap Men (DT150)

Olympic Games

Rank 8 and better: 1

Place 51
Rio de Janeiro
Score: 140, Semi: 26
2016

World Championships

Rank 8 and better: 1Participations: 2

Place 41
Lonato
Score: 139, Semi: 26, Final: 24
2015
Place 121
Moscow
Score: 137
2017

World Cup Final

Medals: 1Participations: 2

Gold1
Rome
Score: 141, Semi: 28, Final: 28
2016
Place 101
New Delhi
Score: 133
2017

World Cup

Medals: 4Rank 8 and better: 6Participations: 9

Gold2
New Delhi
Score: 138, Final: 75
2017
Rio de Janeiro
Score: 138, Semi: 27, Final: 27
2016
Silver1
Acapulco
Score: 135, Final: 73
2017
Bronze1
Nicosia
Score: 138, Semi: 28, Final: 26
2016
Place 41
San Marino
Score: 142, Semi: 26, Final: 28
2016
Place 51
Al Ain
Score: 142, Semi: 23
2015
Place 191
Baku
Score: 131
2016
Place 201
Larnaka
Score: 135
2015
Place 281
Gabala
Score: 136
2015

ISSF Junior Cup

Medals: 1

Bronze1
Suhl
Score: 141, Semi: 26, Final: 26
Junior2015

Oceanian Championships

Medals: 2

Gold1
Sydney
Score: 135, Semi: 29, Final: 28
2015
Silver1
Gold Coast
Score: 134, Final: 68
2017

Trap Mixed Team (TRMIX)

World Championships

Medals: 1Rank 8 and better: 2

Gold1
Lonato
Score: 144, Final: 44
2019
Place 71
Changwon
Score: 141
2018

World Cup

Medals: 1Participations: 3

Gold1
Acapulco
Score: 147, Final: 46
2019
Place 141
Siggiewi
Score: 127
2018
Place 181
Al Ain
Score: 138
2019

Trap Men (TR125)

World Championships

Rank 8 and better: 1Participations: 3

Place 41
Changwon
Score: 122, Final: 28
2018
Place 351
Lonato
Score: 116
2019
Place 471
Moscow
Score: 115
2017

World Cup

Medals: 2Participations: 4

Gold1
Acapulco
Score: 125, Final: 47
2019
Bronze1
Changwon
Score: 122, Final: 37
2019
Place 181
Al Ain
Score: 121
2019
Place 381
Siggiewi
Score: 110
2018

Oceanian Championships

Medals: 1Rank 8 and better: 2

Silver1
Gold Coast
Score: 118, Final: 41
2017
Place 41
Sydney
Score: 109, Semi: 0
Junior2013