Warren represented Australia at the Sydney, Athens and Beijing Olympic games.
Warren has performed consistently, if not spectacularly, in the event in earlier years. But in March 2000 his career hit a high point when he set a new national record of 599 points.
In 1986 Warren won the world championships.
During the 1998 Commonwealth Games, Warren won a bronze medal. That same year he also represented Australia at the World Championships.
In 1999, Warren achieved gold and bronze medals at the Oceania Championships.
In 2000, Warren had numerous wins; he was first in the South-East Queensland Championship, the Australian 50m Prone Championship and the Australian Prone Championship. Warren finished ninth in the Sydney World Cup event this year, the test event for the Olympics shooting tournament. He placed 19th in Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. He was also named as Champion of Club Champions.
In 2001 Warren won the Commonwealth Championships.
2003 competed at numerous World cups placing in the top 20 at most events and won several medals at the Oceania Championships.
In 2004 came 15th in the Athens World Cup and 9th in the Milan World Cup, then competed at the Athens Olympic Games.
In 2006 came 5th at the Commonwealth Games, 7th at the World championships and obtained a bronze medal at the World championships. The best an Australian rifle shooter has ever done at a full World championships.
In 2007 Warren won the NSW state and Oceania titles, came 4th in the USA world cup then won back to back world cups in Sydney and Bangkok Thailand! He then came 3rd at the World Cup Final, where he met his wife Lee. He was also named as the Australian shooter of the year!
In 2008 Warren came 3rd at the Rio de Janero and Munich World cups, he won the Beijing World Cup / Olympic test event, equalling the world record. He then won the World cup final in Bangkok.
On top of that, Warren won a bronze medal at the Beijing Olympic Games. The first ever Olympic medal for an Australian rifle shooter!
In 2009, Warren won 3 World Cups, the most anyone has ever won. He also shot another Australian record with a perfect score of 600 out of 600.
He then competed at the World cup final where he came 3rd giving him 3 medals in the same event in three years.
Warren was named Australian shooter of the year for the 3rd year in a row.
Warren topped off 2009 marrying his wife Lee!
Last year Warren shot a world record perfect score of 600 out of 600 while winning the World Cup in Sydney.
He won Bronze and Silver at the Commonwealth Games.
Warren is Australia’s most successful rifle shooter ever!
This year he will be competing at World cups around the world, the European Cup and should also compete at the world cup final at the end of the year.