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Hillsdale College Will Host 2022 Rifle Junior Olympic Championships

Hillsdale College hosted this year's National Rifle Junior Olympic Championships and will again host the match in 2022.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Tes Salb?

After starting out in the USA Shooting talent pipeline, Tes Salb’s shooting skillset helped her transition into a successful Tactical Games competitor. Find out what she keeps in her range bag.

Abeln, Smith Crowned 2021 Air Pistol Junior Olympic Champions

Junior shooters Katelyn Abeln and Remington Smith both boasted such large leads that their titles were pretty much secured before the finals began.

Hillsdale College Hosts USA Shooting Junior Olympic Shotgun Camp

The three-day camp provides junior athletes an opportunity to hone skills at Hillsdale’s expansive shotgun facility.

National Rifle Junior Olympic Shooting Championships At Hillsdale College

Usually held in Colorado Springs, the 2021 NJOSC will have athletes competing on the campus of Hillsdale College in Michigan from May 12-16.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Olivia Krauss?

Find out what top shotgun shooter Olivia Krauss keeps in her range bag.

NCAA Rifle: Air Force Wins Air Rifle Team Championship

The U.S. Air Force Academy rifle team wins the 2019 air rifle title, also finishing third overall at the NCAA rifle championships in Morgantown, WV, held March 8-9. This is the first time ever that Air Force has won a NCAA championship in either air rifle or smallbore.

Junior Olympic Championships: Smith, Moschetti Win Skeet Titles

Austen Smith and Nic Moschetti are this year's Women's and Men's NJOSC Skeet champions, respectively. Both wins came down to the wire in the Finals

Team USA & SCTP Teen Athlete Christman Shines At ISSF World Championships

Thanks to a chance encounter with Olympic gold medalist Vincent Hancock, Eli Christman is now poised for big things in international skeet competition “I was ecstatic,” Eli Christman said about the 2017 ISSF World Championships in Moscow. “I knew going into the tournament that was on the line—of course I wasn’t focusing on that, but I knew very well that that was the goal of the tournament. That was the goal of everyone there shooting.” “He always pushes me to do my best and to train as hard as I can,” said teammate Emma Williams. “He is one of the hardest working people that I’ve met, and that pushes me to work even harder so I can keep up with him.”

National Junior Olympics: Men’s 3-Position Rifle Competition Concludes

Gold medal winner Peter Fiori entered the Final with a dominating total score of 2321 that he earned over two grueling days of competition

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