U.S. shooters came home from the 2021 Junior World Championships in Lima, Peru, with 21 medals and four new world champions.
The U.S. National Paralympic Team could add up to eight additional country quotas at the 2021 Lima World Shooting Para Sport (WSPS) World Cup, June 13–18 in Lima, Peru.
At the 2021 Lima World Shooting Para Sport World Cup, USA Shooting National Team Para Athletes win seven World Cup medals and two additional Tokyo Paralympic Games quotas.
Olympic gold medalist Will Shaner and silver medalist Mary Tucker of the Kentucky Wildcats rifle team are among the 47 team members USA Shooting sent to compete in Lima, Peru.
Earning 11 total medals in Peru, Team USA tops the seven-medal performance at ISSF World Cup Cyprus
At the Grand Prix in Peru, USA Shooting athletes earned medals across multiple disciplines, including Air Rifle, Smallbore Rifle, Air Pistol and Sport Pistol
U.S. pistol, rifle, and shotgun athletes earn 44 medals, 10 U.S. Olympic quotas for Paris 2024 at 2022 CAT Championship in Lima, Peru
A team of 10 U.S. Paralympic athletes will head to Peru this month for the 2023 World Shooting Para Sport Championship.
Kim Rhode stayed golden in Lima 2019, as she aims to go for a record seventh-straight Olympic medal next year in Tokyo.