The Beretta World Sporting Championships is one of the UK's biggest sporting clay shooting competitions, attracting over 1,000 entries in 2012. The competition has been running for over 20 years and is a must for every serious Beretta sporting shooter
Two very well-respected course planners, Bob Clarke and Peter Corney, will once again take charge of designing the course for this prestigious event. The Beretta world has become renowned for creating challenging and original courses that can test the more able shooter without excluding the less experienced shot. The 120 targets will be shot over 15 stands, positioned in a variety of situations, in this varied and attractive landscape.
The competition will run from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July 2013. Two sessions will run each day
and the top two shooters from each day will qualify for a 6-person final on the Sunday afternoon.
Prizes will be awarded to the top ten shooters in each class, with the exception of ladies, juniors and
veterans, where prizes will be awarded to third place.
The Beretta World squads its entrants, as it is the most efficient way to shoot English Sporting. This system virtually guarantees start times and keeps queuing to a minimum. Squads will be composed of six shooters (squads of four on Sunday pm). Entry numbers, squad numbers and start times will be confirmed in writing once entries are registered.
To enter the 2013 Beretta World, the fees are: £55.00 (seniors) or £35.00 (juniors) per person (including VAT).
The extensive prize list (over £25,000 prize fund) includes
Breitling watches, Beretta shotguns,
Eley cartridges, trophies, Peltor™
earmuffs and shooting glasses.
Beretta World Championship prize: Stunning Breitling Chronomat 44 watch worth £6,760 RRP.
Class winners prize: Breitling Colt 44 watch worth £1,970 RRP