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London 1948 Olympics: The Cookie Does Not Crumble (Part 3)

When U.S. rifle shooters arrived in England before the 1948 Games, new Olympic rules for...

U.S. Olympic Shooting Roster Complete After Smallbore Trials

Mary Tucker, Sagen Maddalena, Patrick Sunderman and Nick Mowrer will head to Tokyo in July....

London 1948 Olympics: The Cookie Does Not Crumble (Part 2)

Part 2 of our deep dive on shooting events at the London 1948 Summer Olympic...

London 1948 Olympics: The Cookie Does Not Crumble

The first installment of our look back at the shooting events conducted at the London...

How International Shooting Reorganized After World War II

The postwar resumption of international target shooting included a new rule regarding amateur status.

Los Angeles 1932 Olympics: On U.S. Soil, But Problems Develop (Part 3)

The final installment of our deep dive on the shooting events at the Los Angeles...

Los Angeles 1932 Olympics: On U.S. Soil, But Problems Develop

After the bleak Amsterdam 1928 Olympics with no shooting events, the 1932 Games in Los...

Legends: Art Cook 1928-2021

Arthur Edwin “Art” Cook, “the Cookie that would not crumble,” passed away on Feb. 21,...

History Of U.S. Participation In The RWS Challenge Trophy Match (Part 2)

Part 2 of our look back at U.S. participation in the Rheinsche-Westfalischen-Sprengstoff Challenge Trophy Match.

Lord Charles Wakefield And The Wakefield Trophy Match

The Lord Wakefield Trophy, named for the founder of Castrol lubricants, is awarded to the...

History Of U.S. Participation In The Interallied Smallbore Rifle Team Match

The Fedération Interalliée Des Anciens Combattants (English: The Interallied Federation of War Veterans Organizations) Interallied...

Competitive Shooting Legends: Kellogg Kennon Venable Casey

K.K.V. Casey was, arguably, the finest long-range shooter in the history of competitive shooting. He...

Stockholm 1912 Olympics: The Games Become An Event (Part 3)

Part 3 of our deep dive into shooting events at the 1912 Stockholm Summer Olympic...

History Of U.S. Participation In The International Railwaymen’s Match

The railroads played an important part in the conduct of the National Matches.

Stockholm 1912 Olympics: The Games Become An Event

Many felt at the time that Sweden was not up to the task of running...

London 1908 Olympics: The U.S. Team Almost Missed The Games (Part 3)

Part 3 of our deep dive on shooting events at the 1908 London Olympic Games.

London 1908 Olympics: The U.S. Team Almost Missed The Games (Part 2)

The second installment of our series on the 1908 Olympic Games focuses on the U.S....

London 1908 Olympics: The U.S. Team Almost Missed The Games

The United States Cartridge Company led the way for ammunition makers to contribute funds for...

All About Frank Parsons, Jr.

Frank Parsons' first major accomplishment was winning the 1934 Harry Pope match at Camp Perry—the...

U.S. Shooters Triumph At 1908 Olympic Games

Not only did Team USA sweep the 1908 Olympic pistol matches, but also won its...
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