|Vice President||Kevin Kilty, Robert Mitchell, Raninder Singh, Yifu Wang|
|Chairman of the ISSF Technical Committee||Jörg Brokamp|
|Address||Bavariaring 21 80336 Munich, Germany|
ISSF is the International governing body for maintaining all the standardisation of conducting and performing all the disciplines of shooting counted as the Olympic Shooting events as well as other non-Olympic shooting events that are primarily counted at the continental level. The organisation was established in 1907 as the International Shooting Union (ISU) and renamed as the International Shooting Sport Federation in 1998. ISSF looks over all the significant activities related to the sport including the maintenance of the standard regulations and conducting international competitions. The primary championships that ISSF looks over are-
Shooting became the part of the Modern Olympic games in 1896 with its first event at the Athens Olympic Games. On 17th July 1907; seven national shooting federations collaborated to establish the International Union of National Shooting Federations and Associations (L’Union Internationale des Fédérations et Associations nationals de Tir), and the respective meet is regarded as the first ISSF General Assembly. In 1920, the ISSF was re-established as L’Union Internationale de Tir (UIT).Post the foundation of Pan American Games and Asian Games, shooting sport was accepted by both and in 1966, UIT decided to open the gates for female shooters to compete alongside male shooters. In 1984, Unni Nicolaysen became the first woman to be elected as the member of the Administrative Council. Soon shooting took its firm place at the international stage and with the beginning of the 21st century and on 17 July 2007; the Federation celebrated its 100th Anniversary with great hoopla.