Representatives of the USA Shooting Team are joining forces with the National Shooting Sports Foundation to create an athlete ambassador extension to the organization’s established First Shots® programs.
Holding on to her Day 1 lead in the Women’s Air Rifle event, 2012 Olympian and defending National Champion Sarah Scherer retained her National Champion crown with 851 points.
June 5, 2013 | Posted in USA Shooting
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From June 3-9, more than 500 competitors will vie for national titles across the rifle and pistol disciplines at the home of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (USAMU) in Fort Benning.
The International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Cup series moves on to Munich, Germany this week with 712 rifle and pistol athletes from 79 countries poised to compete.
Glenn Eller, the 2008 Olympic gold medalist, has shown he might be rounding back into form that led him to his triumph in Beijing.
Will Brown (Twin Falls, Idaho) went from the quiet understudy of USA Shooting’s Pistol Team to perhaps its brightest pupil Tuesday in Ft. Benning, Ga., by winning his first career World Cup medal.
USA Shooting will host the 2013 Coach College (Sept. 16-18) and Coaches Conference (Sept. 19-21 ) for continuing education of USA Shooting coaches and program leaders at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.
With an unflappable shooting style, Connor Davis emerged victorious among a talent-rich NJOSC Air Rifle final that featured five USA Shooting National Junior Team members.
Delos Reyes has served as the Communications and Marketing Coordinator for USA Cycling and most recently, the Colorado Springs World Arena as their Marketing Communications Manager prior to coming to USA Shooting.
The Junior Olympic Shooting Championships is the next step in the development of any junior shooter and his or her Olympic Path.