Amber English, Phillip Jungman Win 2021 National Skeet Titles

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posted on September 21, 2021
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Tokyo 2020 Olympic teammates Amber English and Phillip Jungman took top honors at the 2021 National Shotgun Skeet Championship finals at Hillsdale College’s John Anthony Halter Shooting Shooting Sports Education Center on Sunday, September 12.

Amber English
Amber English


In addition to Olympians, both English and Jungman are Soldiers, serving as members of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit.

English, who set an Olympic record in Tokyo and won a gold medal, clinched her Skeet title with a one-target win over Sam Simonton in the finals. Simonton, a 2020 Olympic Alternate, shot a 245 our of 250 in qualification, which was the highest women's score and gave her the top bib in the finals.

Phillip Jungman
Phillip Jungman


As for Jungman, he claimed his second National Shotgun title with a qualification score of 246 out of 250 targets. After completing the course of fire, Jungman was tied with AMU teammate Christian Elliot, which launched the men into a 20-shot sudden death shoot-off. It was Jungman who ultimately finished with the gold and National title. Elliot had to settle for the silver, while Mark Staffen earned bronze, which gave the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit a podium sweep in the Skeet events.

2021 National Shotgun Skeet Championship Leaderboard
Open Women
  • Gold: Amber English - 238 Final 56 + 4 
  • Silver: Sam Simonton - 245 Final 56 + 3
  • Bronze: Caitlin Connor - 234 Final 46
   
Junior Women
  • Gold: Jessi Griffin - 221 Final 46 + 6
  • Silver: Mikena Grace Fulton - 226 Final 46 + 5
  • Bronze: Haidyn Stewart - 208 Final 36
   
U18 Women
  • Gold: Mikena Grace Fulton - 226
  • Silver: Alishia Fayth Layne - 223
  • Bronze: Madeline Corbin - 211
 
Collegiate Women 
  • Gold: Sam Simonton - 245
  • Silver: Gracin Anderson - 226
  • Bronze: Emersyn Berck - 185
 
Open Men
  • Gold: Phillip Jungman - 246 Final 55 + 19
  • Silver: Christian Elliott - 242 Final 55 + 18
  • Bronze: Mark Staffen - 244 Final 46
   
Junior Men
  • Gold: Alex Ahlin - 236 Final 55
  • Silver: Elijah Ellis - 236 Final 53
  • Bronze: Jordan Sapp – 233 Final 43
   
U18 Men
  • Gold: Luke Priestly - 234
  • Silver: Jordan Sapp - 233
  • Bronze: Aidin Burns - 232
   
Collegiate Men
  • Gold: Conner Prince – 242 
  • Silver: Eli Christman – 239
  • Bronze: Alex Ahlin/Elijah Ellis – 236
   
U14 Men
  • Gold: Myles Priestly – 185
 
Senior Men
  • Gold: Diego Duarte Delgado - 212
  • Silver: John Grehan - 206
  • Bronze: Creighton Maynard - 159
   
International Men
  • Gold: Saud Abdulaziz al Saud, Saudi Arabia
  • Silver: Tsuki Yamamoto, Japan


View the full results of the match here.

All photos by USA Shooting.


Read more: U.S. Earns Six Olympic Shooting Medals In Tokyo, Best Performance Since 1964

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