Kent shooting star Nathan is building a formidable reputation on the international circuit.
He was National Champion in 2006, British Champion 2007, won the 2007 Korean Open and represented Great Britain at the 2008 Paralympic Games at Beijing.
The 23-year-old is from Herne Bay where he continues to train with his club, as well as travelling to Stoke Mandeville each month for GB Squad sessions.
Date and place of birth: 10th May 1987, Canterbury, Kent
Current ranking: England - 1, World - 12 prone, 13 standing
Career highlights to date:
» 2009 gold medallist at Canadian Airgun Grand Prix in Toronto
» GB Squad. National Champion 2006 & British Champion 2007.
» Won Korean Open in 2007.
» Identified as a rising star on the London 2012 website.
» IPC World cup Sydney November 2011 – Two individual Bronze medals.
» IPC World cup USA October 2011 – 1 Silver, 1 Bronze individual medal 1 team gold.
» IPC world cup great Britain August 2011 1 Individual gold (and unofficial new world record).
How has P&O’s funding helped:
I have recently purchased a new rifle to shoot with at the Games (at a cost of £3500.00). If I didn’t have the P&O funding this wouldn’t have been possible. I have also travelled to Germany to purchase tested ammunition for the rifle. The P&O funding helps massively towards equipment costs for the forthcoming world cups and Paralympic games
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