USA Shooting Trap, Skeet Athletes Competing At 2023 ISSF World Cup Qatar

USA Shooting athletes to compete at 2023 International Shooting Sport Federation Shotgun World Cup in Doha, Qatar.

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at USA Shooting posted on March 2, 2023
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Three-time Olympic skeet gold medalist Vincent Hancock is among the many U.S. shooters that will compete at the 2023 ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Doha, Qatar, from March 4-13.
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USA Shooting shotgun athletes face their next big test at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Doha, Qatar, which begins March 4 and will run through March 13.

The Trap and Skeet athletes competing for Team USA at the 2023 ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Doha, Qatar, are listed below.

Women’s Trap

  • Rachel Tozier: 2022 Shotgun National Champion, Women’s Trap
  • Alicia Gough: 2019 ISSF Changwon World Cup competitor
  • Ryan Phillips: 2021 ISSF World Championships silver medal, Junior Women’s Trap

Men’s Trap

  • Derrick Mein: 2022 ISSF World Championships gold medal, 2024 Olympic quota earner in Men’s Trap
  • William Hinton: 2022 Championships of the Americas gold medal, Men’s Trap Team, 2024 Olympic quota earner in Men’s Trap
  • Glenn Eller: Five-time Olympian, 2008 Olympic gold medal, Men’s Double Trap

Men’s Skeet

  • Vincent Hancock: 2022 ISSF World Championships silver medal, Men’s Skeet
  • Dustan Taylor: Championship of the Americas gold medal, 2024 Olympic quota earner in Men’s Skeet 
  • Christian Elliott: 2022 ISSF World Championships silver medal, Men’s Skeet Team

Women’s Skeet

  • Kim Rhode: Six-time Olympic medalist, three in Women’s Skeet and three in Double Trap
  • Dania Vizzi: 2022 Championship of the Americas gold medal, 2024 Olympic quota earner in Women’s Skeet
  • Samantha Simonton: 2022 ISSF World Championships bronze medal, Women’s Skeet

The following U.S. athletes will be competing for ranking points only:

  • Carey Garrison: 2019 ISSF Suhl Junior World Cup bronze medal, Trap Mixed Team
  • Benjamin Keller: 2022 ISSF World Champion, Junior Men’s Skeet
  • Amber English: 2022 ISSF Lonato World Cup gold medal, Women’s Skeet Team
  • Derek Haldeman: 2019 Pan American Games silver medal, 2020 Olympic quota earner, Men’s Trap

The U.S. National Shotgun Team recently wrapped up its spring selection match in Tucson, Arizona. At the match, the 2023 National Trap and Skeet teams were named, and the competition also served as the first half the 2023 Pan American Games selection process. Part two of that process will take place during the 2023 USA Shooting Shotgun National Championships, to be held May 17-28 at the Hillsdale College’s Halter Shooting Sports Center in Hillsdale, Michigan.

Learn more about USA Shooting at usashooting.org.

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