SSG Amanda Elsenboss is the 2021 NRA High Power Rifle Champion after winning the grand aggregate with a score of 2386-133X. The victory caps a successful competition season for her at Camp Atterbury, after winning the Canadian Cup and finishing second overall at the 2021 NRA Long-Range Nationals, held just prior to the High Power Rifle Nationals.
The match was held August 22–28 as part of the 2021 NRA National Matches at Camp Atterbury, Ind.
Elsenboss, formerly with the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, now competes with the Pennsylvania Army National Guard Team. She is classified as a High Master in NRA High Power.
Finishing second was SSG John Coggshall of the Army National Guard with a score of 2380-125X. Coggshall, who hails from East Hampton, Conn., is classified as a High Master in the NRA High Power Rifle discipline.
In thid place was Kenneth Lankford of Laramie, Wy., with a score of 2379-104X. As with Elsenboss and Coggshall, Lankford holds a a High Master classification in NRA High Power.
Both Elsenboss and Coggshall were competing in the Service Rifle category, while Lankford was a Match Rifle shooter.
The conclusion of the 2021 High Power Rifle Championships this weekend marks the end of the inaugural NRA National Matches at Camp Atterbury. For the latest news and the most up-to-date information about the 2022 NRA National Matches, subscribe to the free Insider newsletter.