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Not sure if you're wanting Event summaries with winners, or just general promo type stuff.

If you just want to use it to introduce people to Trap...check with NSSF...they may have a promo video.

You also might check with ATA...I thought there existed a promo video that was used to try to sell various locales on hosting the ATA Grand (maybe not for public release/consumption), and perhaps (not sure about this) some kind of video that was used to promote the SCTP program (maybe that is the same as the NSSF one?)

...don't know about olympic though...better check with USA Shooting on that...
 

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For video clips of Olympic Trap & Double Trap finals you could try the link below:

http://www.issf.tv/

You should find clips from all the recent World Championships.

There’s a DVD set available from the ISSF but they contain exactly the same footage as can be downloaded off their website so save your money.

Considering that a few years ago the ISSF changed the format of the event & added a ‘finals’ leg – all in the cause of making it look better on TV & also bearing in mind that they made DVD’s as a showcase for the events the ISSF made the most amateurish mess of the filming & commentary. If you didn’t know what trapshooting was before you watched them you’d wonder what was going on.

I’m still looking for a decent film of Olympic Trap.

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There are plenty of shooting clips on the ISSF website (ref the previous link) - for what they are worth!

Try the one at the 2006 Qingyuan City event entitled:

“Massimo Fabbrizi 28, wins the Trap Men final by equalling…….”

Or for more local interest the 2006 event in Kerryville entitled:

http://www.issf.tv/default.aspx?cship=633&year=2006&view=videostories

“Alexey Alipov, RUS takes the Gold medal ahead of Manavjit...”

Generally speaking the video clips headed by a photo of the three medal winners shot some shooting from the final whilst those headed by a photo of a single person are just an interview with the winner.

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