2024 World FITASC Championship: Team Remington’s Wendell Cherry Wins Senior Division Title

Team Remington shooters Wendell Cherry, Brandon Powell, Lane Picklo and Madison Sharpe were successful at the 2024 World FITASC Championship in Hudson, Wis., Jun. 24-30.

posted on July 3, 2024
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Multiple Team Remington athletes landed spectacular finishes at the 2024 World FITASC Championship, including Wendell Cherry winning the Senior title. The tournament was hosted by Game Unlimited in Hudson, Wis., Jun. 24-30.
Photo courtesy of Remington

Team Remington veteran Wendell Cherry topped the Senior division leaderboard at the 2024 World FITASC Championship hosted by Game Unlimited in Hudson, Wisconsin, on June 24-30.

Cherry walked away from the competition with a final score of 183, one point ahead of the Senior class runner-up, Alessandro Gaetani of Italy.

Presented by Remington and sister brand Federal Ammunition, the 46th annual World FITASC Championship had more than 1,000 shooters from 33 countries in total—all competing for a chance at more than $50,000 in guaranteed payouts.

More Team Remington shooters picked up hardware at the 2024 FITASC World Championship. National Sporting Champion Brandon Powell took High Over All for the combined Five-Stand event after shattering 93 of 100 targets, while Lane Picklo won the Super Sporting event with 195 of 200 targets, beating 316 other shooters in the process.

Madison Sharpe, 2024 FITASC Ladies third place finisher
There was a three-way tie for the Ladies division title at the 2024 World FITASC Championship. Defending champion Haylyn Hanks (l.) had to settle for runner-up after Karen Miles (c.) won the shoot-off. Team Remington shooter Madison Sharpe (r.) rounded out the Ladies division podium with her third-place finish. (Photo courtesy of National Sporting Clays Assoc.)


Additionally, Team Remington’s Madison Sharpe landed on the podium in the Women’s division, narrowly missing a top finish after a three-way shoot-off with Karen Miles and Haylyn Hanks. Sharpe’s final score was 182+13, good for third place.

Team Remington shooters compete with the company’s Premier STS, Premier Nitro 27 and Premier Sporting Clays target shotshells.

See the full results of the 2024 World FITASC Championship at fitasc.com.

Learn more about Remington Ammunition at remington.com, and the latest from the National Sporting Clays Association at nssa-nsca.org.


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