Aaron Heading made his third Commonwealth Games appearance on the Gold Coast in April.
Aaron won a silver medal at Gold Coast 2018 and Glasgow 2014 and gold and bronze at Delhi in 2010.
Aaron, from Spalding, competed at Belmont Shooting Centre in the shotgun discipline in the men's trap event.
He was first introduced to clay pigeon shooting by his father John and his brother Martin, who both shot for fun and competitively.
21 May 1987
The Priory Clay Target Centre
Gold Coast 2018
Gold Coast 2018 - Silver
Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games - Silver
Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games - Gold and bronze
Former European Junior Champion