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2016 Olympic Preview: Rio In Sight

Years of build up. Hours upon hours of prep. Bullets cast and guns raised. All for a 10-day period of time that defines our existence as athletes and a sport.

Shooting is My Olympic Sport

With Rio in Sight, USA Shooting is launching a brand awareness campaign that it hopes will rally the entire shooting sports community now and in the future, asking members, fans and enthusiasts to declare shooting as their Olympic sport.

Crafting Her Own Fate

Confidence breeds success and there’s no greater example of that than the rise of skeet shooter Morgan Craft in 2015.

New Rio in Sight Article Series

Beginning this month, Rio in Sight coverage from Shooting Sports USA, NRA’s Competitive Shooting Journal, will profile USA Shooting athletes competing at this year’s XXXI Olympic Games.

Rio In Sight: Matt Emmons

For Emmons, the target has never appeared more clear.

SSUSA Provides First Look at Olympic Shooting Center

Brazil’s Olympic Shooting Center will host 15 disciplines for nearly 400 target shooters from 103 countries this August.

Sanderson and Rhode Each Win Silver at Rio World Cup

Keith Sanderson and Kim Rhode will each be bringing home a silver medal in Men’s Rapid Fire Pistol and Women’s Skeet respectively.

Rio In Sight: Vincent Hancock

Team sports were never going to cut it for someone with as fierce a competitive drive as Vinny.

Camp Perry to Host Final Rifle and Pistol Olympic Trials

The Trials will elect the final members for both Men’s and Women’s Air Rifle and Air Pistol.

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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