Amber Hill is the youngest ever Skeet World Cup gold medalist and the youngest member of the British shooting squad at Rio 2016. She made her national debut at the 2015 inaugural European Games in Baku where she took gold. Amber also won gold at the ISSF World Cup Final in Cyprus that same year. She has now added to that tally with gold at the ISSF World Cup in Malta in 2018 - congratulations Amber!
Previously, she won the 2013 BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award when she was only 16. In 2013, after a number of encouraging results, she travelled to the World Cup of Skeet Shooting in Mexico and also achieved a gold medal, making her the youngest ever winner of a woman's senior gold medal.
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