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Here Are All The Major Competitive Shooting Matches Canceled Due To Coronavirus (Updating)

Here’s a look at some major competitive shooting events around the world that have been affected by the new coronavirus (Covid-19). Shooting Sports USA has compiled an ongoing list of major matches that have been postponed or canceled due to the outbreak.2020 CMP Rifle, Pistol Championships Canceled

NRA Suspends All Sanctioned Matches Through April

Due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the NRA is suspending all sanctioned matches through April 30, 2020.

BREAKING: 2020 CMP Rifle, Pistol Championships Canceled

The 2020 CMP summer championships at Camp Perry have been canceled, but according a press release, apparently 2021 is still a go. The CMP says they "were unable to come up with a manner in which we could safely produce the Matches."

Update: NRA Suspends All Sanctioned Matches Through June

Due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the NRA is suspending all sanctioned matches through June 30. This is after the previous March announcement that suspended matches through April 30.

Lapua Monarch Cup Postponed To 2021

Without its constituent matches being held in the U.S., Canada and Mexico the Lapua Monarch Cup schedule had to be moved to next year.

BREAKING: NRA Cancels 2020 World Shooting Championship, Police Nationals

Both events were scheduled to be held this September in West Virginia and Mississippi, respectively.

BREAKING: NRA Cancels 2020 National Rifle & Pistol Championships

Due to the thread of coronavirus (Covid-19), the NRA Championships at Camp Atterbury scheduled for this summer have been canceled.

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