Olympic heartache of Team GB star Ed Ling\'s wife Abbey revealed. Team GB sharp shooter Ed Ling\'s wife burst into tears when he won bronze in Rio in the trap. But her joy was bitter sweet as she reflected on her own missed chances of Olympic glory.
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Five- time British shooting champion herself, Abbey missed London 2. Team GB in place of a rival ten places below her. And a lack of form meant she suffered fresh heartache and missed out on Rio. In an exclusive interview, Abbey told Mail. Online: \'I\'ve decided to have a little break from competitive shooting.\'Obviously it\'s very disappointing not to have made either of the last two Olympics but you just have to accept these things and move on.
Ed Ling, pictured above, with his father Steven. Champion: The Olympian poses after winning the British Juniors for trap in 1. Glory: Bronze medallist Ling celebrates on the podium during the medal ceremony at the Olympic Shooting Centre in Rio de Janeiro\'I\'ll be back though and I\'ll be working even harder to make sure I give myself the very best chance of getting to the next games in Tokyo. I enjoy coaching the youngsters here too.
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That reminds you of what matters and why you do it.\'Abbey, 2. Twitter meltdown as she watched Ed on TV with his mother and father Carol and Steven and his brother Theo and sister Bev at their farm in Nynehead, a village near Wellington, in Somerset. In the euphoria celebrating Ed\'s triumph, Abbey tweeted: \'Oh wow wow wow. Ed got the bronze medal! We are all so, so proud of you. We were sick as pigs love u dearly darling xxx\'But asked about it she said she was not really sure why she said any of the things she said.
I was just so happy, delirious probably and it was just what came out. I think I was just being a bit facetious because really we were delighted for him,\' she said. She opened a bottle of bubbly while hundreds of messages of support and congratulation started flooding in from all over the world. Now with the medal secured farmer Ed will want nothing more than to return home.
With more than 1. Ed will not have time for his feet to touch the ground when he arrives back on Thursday. Abby explained: \'Knowing Ed he will be more worried about his younger brother getting his hands on his favourite tractor and trying to get out there into the fields before him.\'Joy: Ed and Abbey Ling pictured on their wedding day. Five- time British shooting champion herself, Abbey missed London 2. Team GB in place of a rival ten places below her Pictured, Abbie, brother Theo and father Steven (left to right).
In an exclusive interview, Abbey told Mail. Online: \'I\'ve decided to have a little break from competitive shooting\'United: Ling with brother Theo in Italy, 2.
Abbey said: \'It\'s very disappointing not to have made either of the last two Olympics but you just have to accept these things and move on\'Home: Abbey opened a bottle of bubbly while hundreds of messages of congratulation flooded in from all over the world. Pictured: The Heywood Estate, their home. Apparently, Ed is determined that as he drilled the crops, sprayed them and nurtured them along the way he personally should be the one bringing them in – Olympic success or not. First it will be wheat followed by barley, peas and potatoes then there is 2. But it is when Ed is sat in his tractor hooked up to his bailer that he is most happy, according to Abbey. Very kind and gentle and very down to Earth,\' she said.
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No doubt, they will also have had time to reflect on the sacrifices which have to be made. Ed spends hours practising on the competition class range he has at home and the . Steven said: \'Ed\'s done it his own way and not always the way British Shooting might have wanted.
He\'s too good for them to ignore though.\'We\'ve had our ups and down with the governing body but now is no time for sour grapes. Let\'s focus on what really matters, Ed\'s success which I hope will bring even more people into the sport.\' The key to Ed\'s winning formula was great hand- eye co- ordination, mental resilience, an ability to handle pressure and a good coach, according to Abbey, not his self- deprecating claim he just \'sprayed and prayed.\'Ed won a fourth place shoot off against Egyptian rival Ahmed Kamar to set up his bronze medal contest with Czech David Kostelecky and secure Team GB\'s third success in Rio. Ed is so popular among his fellow shooters even though they are supposed to be his opponents, Kamar, who missed a shot to let Ed back into the contest, said he would not have wanted anyone else to have such a slice of luck. Ed and Abbey met appropriately enough at Bisley, the home of British shooting, in 2. I just took the mickey out of his West Country accent,\' said Abbey. But there was an underlying attraction which blossomed and the two were together for ten years before deciding to get married in 2. Now, they are hoping it might be time to start a family of their own.
Meanwhile Abbey had a full diary of booked coaching sessions to get through yesterday. Her up and coming star and tip for the top is Ellie Seward, 1. Chard in Somerset.
Abbey is very much the glamorous, public face of the family shooting firm, with a keen eye for marketing and nifty fingers on social media as well as the trigger. Ed has only just dipped a toe into the brave new world of Twitter.\'He prefers to stay out of the limelight and I know he\'ll be hating all the attention but at least it will be of the right reason because he has done well,\' she said. Ed and Abbey met appropriately enough at Bisley, the home of British shooting, in 2. Hard graft: Ed is determined that as he drilled the crops, sprayed them and nurtured them along the way, he should be the one harvesting them. Pictured, the Heywood Estate. Sharp shooter: Ling on his way to bronze in Men\'s Trap Final at the Olympic Shooting Centre.
Heroics: Bronze medalist Team GB\'s Ling poses on the podium in Rio while Abbey and his family watched back home in Somerset \'I\'m not sure how things will change for him, if they will change.