The Field and Game Federation Of Australia, the home of Australian Sporting Clays.
An outstanding job with the information flow in regard to the 31st World FITASC Championships held at Laang Sporting Clay Range, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia.
Timely posting of shoot photos and daily posting of shoot results was the norm.
Even with a hiccup with web Internet operations that delayed posting of day three results and for a period made the site unreachable, they managed to email results for posting on other websites not associated with the shoot.
Much to my surprise, receiving a PDF file with Day #3 results for posting at 5am EST, and earlier receiving Day #2 results when it became apparent they were having Internet problems that were not going to be resolved quickly. They had managed to post Day #2 results, but shortly after the site went down. Eventually the site went back online and posting of photos and shoot results resumed.
Many of us in the states have gotten used to shoot results being posted each evening for major and not so major shoots. Not the case with World FITASC championships. The Australia shoot was the exception not the norm. Posting of photos may have been a first.
It was almost like pulling teeth getting daily results for previous World Shoots. If not already the agreement, the World Body should make posting of scores each day on the Internet part of the bid agreement for hosting a world shoot and not just assume they will be posted.