Georgina has represented Wales and Great Britain at Olympic Trap shooting since she was 17. As a qualified and insured shotgun coach, Georgina has found her passion for helping others achieve their goals, both privately and on the British Shooting Talent Pathway. This passion to help others is continued in her work as an ambassador for numerous sports charities, as well as a Non-Executive Director for the WCTSA. Georgina won the Sport category at the Women of the Future awards for her contribution to the shooting sport, with her achievements receiving recognition nationwide through media coverage including articles in the Telegraph and interviews with BBC Sport.
I wouldn't be able to compete at the level I do without the support of Shooting Star and RC Cartridges. This partnership is fundamental to my success and I am incredibly grateful to be able to work with these brands.
I am very proud to be sponsored by Swatcom as an athlete using the slim passive headset and as a coach using the Active8 headset. When I use Swatcom products I know that my hearing is in safe hands.
Ed Lyons Sports Vision
My vision is something that I used to overlook, but Ed has taught he me how important it is for my shooting career. Ed has helped support my journey and worked closely with my to optimise my vision for my sport.
Meg Thompson Sport Rehab
Meg's support has been integral to my success over the last few years. Meg ensures that I can maximise my performance when competing by keeping my body in peak condition, as well as helping prevent injuries.
Protect and promote the sport
Encourage and inspire others
Strive for greatness
Georgina coaches at numerous grounds throughout the UK.
Whilst normally based at E J Churchill (High Wycombe), or National Clay Shooting Centre (Bisley), Georgina travels the UK coaching for British Shooting and is occasionally able to accommodate coaching sessions at other grounds.