Cayman’s Tony Campney sits in 8th overall Tuesday (24 July) in the Open Division of the 2018 Pan American Handgun Championships in Kingston, Jamaica.
The four-time Natwest Islands Games medalist shot for 386.7341 points, good for a match percentage of 27.3625. With 29 shooters competing in the division, Australia’s Joseph Sullivan leads thus far with a score of 1413.3707 and a 100 percentage.
In the Production Division, Cayman’s Charles Ebanks sits in 38th place out of 45 shooters with a score of 257.0419 and a 15.6253 percentage.
Cayman Eddie McLean, Ales Cevela and Khy Becher took aim at the Standard Division. ‘Fast Eddie’ currently sits in 18th place out of 37 shooters with a score of 367.5205 and a percentage of 22.9184. Cevella is in 22nd with Becher in 32nd.
You can view all the results here. The competition continues until 28th July.