U.S. Wins Ladies Team Gold Medal At 2022 World FITASC Sporting Clays Championship

U.S. secures FITASC Ladies Team title on international sporting clays stage

posted on August 16, 2022
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The FITASC gold-medal winning U.S. Ladies Team on the podium at the TAV Orvieto Shooting Range in Italy (from left): Karen Shedd, Shelby Moon and Madison Sharpe.
Orvieto Shooting Range

A trio of U.S. shotgunners—Shelby Moon, Madison Sharpe and Karen Shedd—won the gold medal in the Ladies Team event at the 2022 World FITASC Sporting Clays Championship, held July 14-17 at the TAV Orvieto Shooting Range in Botto, Orvieto, Italy.

U.S. FITASC Ladies gold medalists
Team Remington’s Madison Sharpe, pictured here on the right, not only won gold with the U.S. Ladies Team, but also earned a silver medal in the Individual Ladies event at the 2022 World FITASC Sporting Clays Championship.


The U.S. Women’s Team secured the gold medal with a score of 520, triumphing over eight international teams, including runner-up and silver-medal winner Australia, who finished with a score of 499. Rounding out the top three teams in the Ladies event was France taking the bronze medal with a score of 495.

Top shot for the United States Women’s Team was Team Remington’s Madison Sharpe with a score of 178, followed by Karen Shedd of Team B&P with 172 and Shelby Moon not far behind with a score of 170.

Madison Sharpe was shooting Remington’s Premier STS Target Loads. In the Individual Ladies event, Sharpe also earned a silver medal with a score of 190 after an intense shoot-off with the gold medalist, fellow U.S. shooter Ashley Little, who walked away from the final with a score of 220.

The top U.S. shooter at the 2022 World FITASC Sporting Clays Championship was Gebben Miles, who tied for fifth place with a score of 220 in the Open division.

See the full results of the 2022 World FITASC Sporting Clays Championship at this link.


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