The London Shooting Games Olympics 2012 has a rather unusual venue as a temporary measure. They will use the famous Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich. Shooting, Paralympic Shooting and Paralympic Archery will be using this space for the up and coming games.
The competitions will be hosted across three indoor ranges and three open air ranges. Construction is on track to be completed in December, ahead of international shooting test events next spring.
All three indoor ranges are now structurally complete using around 1,200 tonnes of steel and clad in plywood. Work will start shortly on building the open air ranges at the southwest London site. The spectator seating enclosure for the indoor ranges are also in place, with the finals enclosure on schedule to be finished by November 2011.