D-Course in Sweden seals the busiest year of ISSF Academy

The D58 course was held in Stockholm (SWE) from December 1st to December 3rd. A total of nine aspiring coaches participated, coming from all over the country.

The ISSF Academy successfully completed its 58th D-Course for shotgun coaches, held at the headquarters of the Swedish Shooting Sport Federation in Stockholm (SWE) from the 1st to the 3rd of December. The course followed the successful D32 one held in 2016 and dedicated to rifle and pistol coaches.


A total of nine students from many Swedish regions successfully completed the course. led by ISSF Academy tutor Mr. Malcolm Allen of Great Britain.


The course was organized by Mr. Jonas Edman, Sports Director of the Swedish Shooting Sports Federation, and covered topics such as shotgun shooting technique, planning and development of training plans across a range of time scales and physical training in shooting sport.


Mr. Allen said at the end of the course: “It was a pleasure to visit a country with such a long-standing tradition in shooting sports. The students displayed a good degree of experience and sport knowledge, and they now have an opportunity to progress to the next level. It is great to see the next generation of coaches who will in turn create the next generation of Swedish shooting stars.”


The D58 course marked the final Academy course of 2017, sealing the busiest year for ISSF Academy in the ongoing development of regional coaching.


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