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.
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.
Anna Korakaki from Greece wins gold in the 10m Air Pistol event in Munich, the third ISSF World Cup thus far in 2019
Eley has enjoyed a successful shooting season this year thus far, winning eight out of 12 smallbore medals and an additional eight quota places at the third 2019 ISSF World Cup in Munich
Vincent Hancock secured the gold after dueling with teammate Christian Elliott, who had to settle for the silver medal. The last time Team USA finished with two top shooters on a World Cup podium was in 1993. Hancock has five straight ISSF World Cup wins and sixth straight international victories.
Kim Rhode won the 21st World Cup gold medal of her career in Changwon, South Korea, at the ISSF Shotgun World Cup. Additionally this is the third ISSF World Cup gold medal for Rhode this year thus far
Crawling from sixth to first place, Kim Rhode clinched her second World Cup gold medal this season after outdueling Chilean shotgun phenom Francisca Chadid by one target (53 to 52 targets) in the final
U.S. international air gun and smallbore rifle/pistol shooters have earned 21 spots for the upcoming ISSF World Cups in China and Germany, and the Pan-Am Games in Peru this summer
The two-time Olympic gold medalist was the only athlete to hit a perfect 125/125 in Men's Skeet qualification at the 2019 ISSF World Cup for Shotgun in Acapulco, Mexico. He went on to win his 11th ISSF World Cup gold medal