• ELEY’s shooters masterful in Munich

    The ISSF Munich World Cup closed on 23rd May 2017 after six days of intense competition, record breaking scores and inspiring comebacks. ELEY tenex won 13 of the 18 medals available, with all-ELEY podiums in half of the events – Prone, 50m Pistol and 25m Women’s Pistol. With over 750 athletes from 80 countries the standard was extremely high, proving once again that ELEY’s ammunition is the favourite of the world’s elite athletes.
  • ELEY launch new range in Munich

    Get precisely on target at ELEY’s new test range in Munich, Germany. Based at the Olympic Shooting Range and launching at the ISSF World Cup in May, the new facility is perfectly located to help competitors find the ultimate barrel and ammo combination.
  • Arrivederci Nicco!

    Niccolo Campriani has announced his retirement at the age of 29. The Italian shooter leaves the shooting sports at the pinnacle of his career, being currently ranked world number one in Air Rifle and number two in Men’s 3P.
  • A record-breaking year at IWA 2017

    The German city of Nuremberg once again hosted the world’s largest shooting show – IWA Outdoor Classics. A record 1,500 exhibitors descended on the city to set up their stands and prepare for the four day event. The ELEY team were among them, taking our traditional place in the heart of the British Pavilion.
  • Lones Wigger – celebrating a champion

    USA Shooting are honouring their greatest ever athlete with the Lones Wigger Endowment and Legacy Project. Lones is an iconic figure in shooting sports, winning 111 medals over the course of his 25 year career, three of them Olympic. His determination and persistence earned him dozens of World Records, induction into the Olympic Hall of Fame, and a place in history as one of shooting’s greats.
  • Victory for ELEY athletes in New Delhi

    New Delhi, India welcomed the world’s elite athletes to the first ISSF World Cup of 2017. Returning to the country after a break of 14 years, the host nation greeted the shooters in style with a dance-filled opening ceremony. The contest was characterised by comebacks, clashes between youth and experience, and ELEY supremacy with 78% of medals.
  • Action and atmosphere in Antholz

    A unique challenge faced the biathletes at the sixth IBU World Cup: high altitude, steep climbs, changeable wind, -14 temperatures, and the pressure of the last event before the World Championships.
  • Fourcade on track for World Record

    The IBU World Cup remained in Germany for the 5th competition of the season. The action took place at the Chiemgau Arena in Ruhpolding, deep in the Bavarian Alps and close to the border with Austria. This venue is famous for fast tracks and a sheltered shooting range, and conditions were ideal with 30cm of fresh snow on the course.
  • Fourcade and Habert united in victory

    The IBU World Cup returned after the two week festive break and stopped at the DKB Ski Arena in Oberhof, central Germany. The ELEY sponsored French Team were hoping to continue their run of incredible achievements in 2016, but were expected to come under intense pressure from the German team.
  • Double hat trick for Fourcade

    Martin Fourcade from the French Biathlon Team made history at the final IBU World Cup of 2016. He closed out the year with a double hat trick - winning all three Men’s events plus all three Sprints of the season so far.

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