(Minsk, 195 Nezavisimosti Ave.)
During the 2nd European Games the Shooting Centre will host the rifle shooting events.
The history of the shooting range begins with the name of the USSR Marshal Semyon Konstantinovich Timoshenko, twice Hero of the Soviet Union. The venue was built in 1971.
The Shooting Centre has nurtured many Belarusian shooters. Over the years its alumni have won over 30 gold medals at various world championships.
The reconstruction of the Shooting Centre ended in September 2018, so that the shooting range meets all standards for the largest international tournaments.