2020 NRA Junior Air Gun Championship Canceled

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posted on March 20, 2020
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The NRA released the following statement regarding the cancellation of the Junior Air Gun Championship.

Due to the current state of affairs surrounding Covid-19, the National Rifle Association has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 NRA Junior Air Gun Championship in Bloomington, IL. The decision was made with to ensure the safety of our student-athletes and coaches, and to maintain a fair and equitable competition for all those that participating.

The NRA shares the disappointment of the competitive shooting community and wishes everyone good health in the coming weeks and months.

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