Team Remington pro shooter Todd Hitch was recently triumphant in international competition, winning the top spot at the 45th Annual FITASC World Championship in the Junior Class.
Hitch’s final score was 220 at the match, which was 30 points ahead of the Junior runner-up, Fabián Romero Millán of Spain.
Taking place over the weekend of July 15 in Csákvár-Gánt, Hungary, Hitch not only won as an individual, he led Team USA’s journey to the podium. The American team claimed the gold medal over talented teams hailing from France, Spain and Great Britain, bringing the FITASC Junior Team Championship home. Team USA’s final score in the Junior division was 524, ahead of the runner-up French team by 18 points.
Hitch, along with other shooters on Team Remington, compete with Remington Premier ammunition, which Remington said is “proving Premier STS, Nitro 27 and Nitro Sporting Clays time and time again as the top quality and competitive shotshells in trap, skeet and sporting clays.”