2016 Olympic games shooting tickets will give entry to fifteen different shooting events for men and women. Spectators with Rio 2016 shooting tickets can see nearly 400 contestants displaying their skills in the National Shooting Centre in Deodoro, Brazil where they will use pistols, rifles and shotguns to shoot at stationery or moving targets.
The rules have been changed since the last Olympics and shooting events now include a from-scratch final elimination stage. This ends in a thrilling duel in which the last two shooters left in the competition determine who takes the gold or silver medals. Accuracy is vital and shooting events are a fascinating test of mental and physical abilities. The previous Olympics saw South Korea, the United States, Italy and China at the top of the shooting medal-holders table and competition is sure to be just as fierce in 2016. Olympic games Rio shooting tickets are sure to sell out fast.