Clay target shooter Emalene Murno will have to wait a little bit longer to live out her childhood dream of representing her country, with the world championships currently postponed until November.
After qualifying for the Australian ladies' team earlier this month at the FITASC Grand Prix, Munro was gearing up to compete in Mississippi in July this year.
However, the event has been pushed back amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, with the competition date still not set in stone as the situation continues to change.
With further shooting competitions cancelled as a precaution in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, Munro said she'll look to use the time to practice on her dad's farm and take a break.
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"I'm just trying to work around it, as everyone would be at the moment," Munro said.
"For now I think I'll just have to take a bit of a break.
"But sometimes a break can be good."
Munro finished in the top position for the Australian ladies team after claiming a second place finish at the Grand Prix.
It's set to be Munro's second time competing overseas, after she was named first reserve in the Australian team in London last year.
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