Mahendra Persaud lauds Yassin for commitment to rifle shooting

- Team looking to do well at Commonwealth Games

The Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA) in collaboration with the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) yesterday officially launched a two-week training stint headed by Great Britain’s Ian Shaw with the aim of improving the techniques of the local riflemen.

At a press conference conference at Olympic House, High Street, yesterday, Shaw, GOA president K.A Juman-Yassin and national full-bore captain Mahendra Persaud, gave insights as to what Guyana can expect during and after the two week stint concludes.

“We are looking to do is to look at individual performances of individual shooters and also look …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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