From the tender age of 10, Amber Hill has been breaking down the walls in ladies shooting. Sponsored by Eley since the age of 12, with her natural flair and ability, she rapidly established herself in her chosen discipline of Olympic Skeet.
In 2013, Amber made her own shooting history by becoming the youngest ever winner (aged 15) at the ISSF World Cup. She prevailed over Italy's Diana Bacosi in a shoot-off 15 clays to 11 to secure the gold medal and establish a Junior World Record at her very first attempt. She then won the highly coveted BBC Young Sports Personality of the year, but has also won Sports Aid One to watch award in 2013.
In 2015 she blasted her way to the European Finals In Baku to win the Gold medal and secure her quota place for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games , where she then went on to compete in the semi finals finishing 6th overall in her very first Olympic Games.
In honour of this and her amazing talent, Eley Hawk launched the Amber cartridges, specifically designed to meet her exacting requirements. In 2016 she has been seen shooting them at all the major competitions including the Rio Olympic Games