Name: Jake Keeling
Home town/village: Cronk y Voddy
Sport: Clay Target Shooting
Sports club: Ayre Clay Target Club
Gold medal - Island Games 2001 (Isle of Man)
9th - Commonwealth Games 2002 (Manchester)
Gold medal - Island Games 2003.(Guernsey)
Gold medal - Cyprus Grand Prix 2004 (Cyprus)
Bronze medal - Island Games 2007 (Rhodes)
Gold medal - Commonwealth Shooting Federation Games 2008 (Gibraltar)
Silver medal - Commonwealth Shooting Federation Games 2009 (Isle of Man)
Bronze medal - UK Championship 2010 (Herts)
Gold medal - New Zealand Championship 2010 (NZ)
5th - Commonwealth Games 2010 (Delhi)
Gold medal - Commonwealth Shooting Federation Games 2011(Dorset)
Silver medal - Island Games 2011 (Isle of Wight)
Qualifying standards met for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth
April 2012 - IOM shoot, came 1st with score of 134 out of 150.
April 2012 - Masters shoot, Dorset, silver medal with a score of 128 out of 150.
Target events for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth
My target is to win a medal in the Double Trap event.
How does being on the Glasgow 2014 Support Programme
I get help with physiotherapy. I have benefited from nutritional advice which gave me more consistency over a full day of competition. There are workshops and helpful courses from Olympians.
What do the Commonwealth Games mean to
For me the Games are the absolute pinnacle of Isle of Man sport. The Commonwealth Games is the highest level that you can achieve wearing the Three Legs of Man. It is the ultimate goal of all my planning and training.