Pentathletes know all about sharp shooting but for Jamie Cooke, lockdown has allowed him to take it to a whole new level.
The 2018 world champion has enjoyed a glittering career at the summit of his sport, claiming overall gold at the 2016 World Cup before going on to represent his country at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016.
That experience ended in a disappointing 14th-placed finish but World Championship nirvana soon followed, as the 29-year-old ended a 25-year wait for a British man to conquer the globe.
The current European champion also knows how to let off steam, however, and says lockdown has given him and his teammates the chance to channel one of their five disciplines in a slightly different, more virtual, form.
“I go for my run, eat, do all the odd jobs I need to do round the house, and then always meet up with my my teammates Myles Pillage, Sam Curry, Joe Choong and Bradley Sutton on Call of Duty: Warzone every night without fail!” he said.