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Results: USA Shooting 2021 Winter Air Gun Championships

Super-finals, team events, competitive fun and cash prizes are all part of the Winter Air Gun Championships hype.

Collegiate Rifle: TCU Regains No. 1 Spot, WVU Drops To No. 2, Akron Jumps To No. 4

Back and forth for the top rifle team ranking has been the name of the game nearly all season for the WVU Mountaineers and the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs. The two squads have swapped spots several times this season thus far.

Collegiate Rifle: WVU, TCU Regain Top Rankings

WVU returns to No. 1, and TCU is back at No. 2 in the latest CRCA rankings.

USA Shooting Male Athlete of the Year Keith Sanderson: ‘Pistol Needs a Role Model Right Now’

Sanderson, a Rapid Fire Pistol specialist and three-time Olympian earned the title with his gold medal win at the 2017 ISSF World Cup Final

Thrasher Takes Junior Win At USA Shooting Winter Air Gun Championships

Junior Ginny Thrasher of the No. 1-ranked West Virginia University rifle team finished first in the women's junior division at the USA Shooting Winter Air Gun Championships at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado

The Rise of an NTC Generation

“Train like champions every day. Win with humility and lose with grace.”

Pay Attention!

Perform your best by being aware in the present moment.

Three Olympians Competing at 2016 USA Shooting Winter Air Gun Championships

The biggest spotlight will be on Olympic gold medalist and 2016 USA Shooting Athlete of the Year Ginny Thrasher.

Five Athletes Punch Their Tickets to Rio at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Air Gun

Five Team nominations were up for grabs over the three-day selection match—two in Men’s Air Rifle, and one each in Men’s Air Pistol, Women’s Air Rifle and Women’s Air Pistol.

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