Richard Faulds

Sport Shooter
Born May 15, 1977

Richard Bruce Faulds MBE, is an English sport shooter, who competed for Great Britain in the 2000 Summer Olympics and won the men's double trap. Born into a family who then ran a stud farm in Sussex, Faulds was then raised on the 300-acre (1.2 km) family owned Owl's Lodge Farm in the Hampshire village of Longparish. On his tenth birthday, Faulds father Bruce bought him some shooting lessons, with Richard hitting 17 out of 25 clays in his first attempt.… Read More

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1977 Birth Born in 1977.


1996 19 Years Old Three years later, Faulds competed in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics finishing fifth, and became the 1997 European champion.


2000 23 Years Old After working at the West London Gun Club for three years as an instructor, Faulds became a fulltime shooter, and qualified for the 2000 Sydney games after shooting a then double trap world record score at a World Cup meeting held again in Atlanta, Georgia. … Read More
2004 27 Years Old At the 2004 Athens Olympics, Faulds came 13th in the double trap event, losing his title to Ahmed Al Maktoum from the United Arab Emirates. … Read More


2011 34 Years Old In 2011, Faulds won individual silver and team gold in the double trap at the European Shooting Championships in Serbia.
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