Competition News

McKenna Dahl (Arlington, Wash.) missed Tuesday’s final in the R5 mixed 10-meter air rifle prone by 0.3 points, finishing as the top American shooter during the fourth day of competition at the 2019 World Shooting Para Sport Championships in Sydney, Australia. Dahl ended the qualification round in ninth place with a score of 634.6.

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Teammates Stetson Bardfield (Colorado Springs, Colo.) and Jazmin Almlie (Houston, Texas) were 33rd and 65th

The Bianchi Cup
The Bianchi Cup
Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)-  It’s incredible shot-by-shot coverage of the race to claim the Bianchi Cup that’s still the most prestigious pistol match in the world.  For the top shooters the win will require a perfect match with the Cup awarded on X-Count.  The decision goes down to the very last shots on the Mover and you’ll see it happen.

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Plus, the story of the Historic

The Road to Tokyo continues with the following upcoming Olympic Trials events. Mark your calendars and check out https://www.usashooting.org/7-events/match-information[1] for more information on Olympic Trials events.

Winter Airgun Championships – Air Rifle and Air Pistol Olympic Trials Part I – Colorado Springs, CO OTC
Air Rifle – December 6 – 8
Air Pistol – December 14 – 16 

Air Rifle Olympic Trials Part II – Colorado Springs, CO   OTC
February 7 – 9,...


Jazmin Almlie competes at the World Shooting Para Sport Championships on October 13

In its only match of the day on Sunday at the World Shooting Para Sport Championships in Sydney, Australia,, Team USA picked up another quota slot for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games, marking the team’s third quota slot earned over the first two days of the event.

McKenna Dahl (Arlington, Wash.) led the U.S. in the mixed standing air rifle SH2...


Vincent Hancock, Aeriel Skinner and Amber English display their hardware at the World Cup Final

Aeriel Skinner (Jackson, Calif.) won the gold medal in women’s trap on Saturday as Team USA notched three podium finishes at the International Shooting Sports Federation World Cup Shotgun Final in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.

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Joining Skinner on the podium wearing the Stars and Stripes were Vincent Hancock (Fort Worth, Texas) and Amber English

Eight shotgun athletes representing Team USA started competition on Friday at the International Shooting Sports Federation World Cup Final in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates. World Cup Final competitors are invited to participate based on their international accomplishments during the preceding year.

Tied atop the women’s skeet leaderboard are Americans Caitlin Connor (Winnfield, La.) and Kim Rhode (Monrovia, Calif.) with identical scores of 74/75. Amber English (Colorado Springs, Colo.) tied for...