Chloe Tipple competed at the 2016 Rio Olympic games, placing 13th in the Women's Skeet.
2017 was a successful year for Chloe, who won bronze in the New Delhi World Cup. It the first world cup medal won for New Zealand in Women's Skeet.
"That qualified me to compete in the World Cup Final in India, in October. The world cup final is an event where the top 12 athletes of the year compete against each other in one last competition. I finished 7th."
"I went on to win the Silver Medal in the Commonwealth Shooting Championships in November, on the brand-new Commonwealth Games range. Then I won the bronze medal in the Oceania Games.
I finished the 2017 shooting season ranked World #13."
Still based in Christchurch and training at home whilst working at Gun City, Chloe also spends a lot of time training with her coach George Achilleos in Cyprus who is currently world #2.