Shooting (double trap)
The Dorset marksman rose to world number one in the double trap rankings in August 2011 after a superb season in which he won his first medals on the World Cup circuit, including a gold.
He began 2012 in style by setting a world record of 198 hits out of 200 to win the opening World Cup event of the year in Arizona.
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Since 2008, Wilson has been coached by Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum, a member of Dubai's ruling family. It was Al Maktoum's Olympic double trap gold in 2004 that helped inspire Wilson to take up the sport as a career.
Farmer's son Wilson turned to shooting when he was unable to pursue his main interests, squash and cricket, after suffering serious nerve damage to his shoulder in a snowboarding accident.
His father suggested he visit the national shooting centre at Bisley to try double trap shooting. Within four months, Wilson was European junior champion.