10 U.S. Athletes Competing At ISSF World Cup Final In New Delhi

New Olympic events debut at this World Cup Final―Air Rifle Mixed Team, Air Pistol Mixed Team and Trap Mixed Team

Couples In Competition: Trapshooters Ashley Carroll And Derek Haldeman

USA Shooting Trap athletes Derek Haldeman and Ashley Carroll―who happen to be dating―were paired up as a team at the 2017 World Championships for the first time and they ended up winning a bronze medal. Because of that medal win, they were invited to the World Cup Finals where lo and behold, they won another bronze medal too. Haldeman, who used to be a Double Trap shooter, is adapting to the new Olympic program switched sports, but not just to compete alongside his girlfriend.

ISSF World Cup: India, Romania Win Gold in Guadalajara

Did you know that 26 years ago, the inaugural ISSF World Cup was held in Guadalajara, Mexico?

U.S. Trapshooter Ashley Carroll Wins Gold, Sets World Record In Guadalajara

The 23-year-old Californian scored the second ISSF World Cup gold of her career in Mexico, beating both 2016 Rio Olympic Champion Catherine Skinner of Australia and her U.S. teammate Aeriel Alease Skinner, who respectively won the silver and bronze medals

Kim Rhode Does It Again, Wins Gold at ISSF World Cup Guadalajara

Rhode finished qualification in first place, five targets ahead of her nearest competitor with 122 hits

Vincent Hancock Wins Men’s Skeet Gold Medal at ISSF World Cup

The 2018 ISSF World Cup Series closed in Guadalajara, Mexico, with the Men’s Skeet final won by two-time Olympic Champion Vincent Hancock

ISSF World Cup: Vincent Hancock Wins Skeet Gold Medal

Hancock won the USA’s third medal in two days, scoring 59 hits and equaling the current Men’s Skeet World Record in the process

At The Top Of Her Game, Rachel Martin Aims For International Stage

2015 NCAA Rifle Champion Rachel Martin has international glory in her sights, as she prepares to continue her successful competitive shooting career after her successful run at Nebraska

Rhode Continues to Shine

At the ISSF World Cup in Changwon, Korea, Kim Rhode not only won a gold medal in Women’s Skeet—she also broke the world record that she set last year in Mexico

World Cup USA: Ginny Thrasher Secures Top 5 Finish

Thrasher competed well—but couldn’t match Yingjie Zhu of China in the Final. Athletes represented their countries the match held at Ft. Benning, home of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit. This year over 350 athletes from 53 nations are competing in 10 Olympic rifle and pistol events

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