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.
USA Shooting Hires Buddy DuVall As Chief Marketing Officer
DuVall will oversee fundraising, marketing and sponsorships for the U.S. Olympic shooting National Governing Body.
U.S. Olympic Rifle Team Competes At ISSF World Cup Croatia
The United States Olympic Rifle Team is ready to win big in Croatia at the ISSF World Cup.
Leverett Will Compete For Team USA At Tokyo Olympics
Jack Leverett, III, will compete in the men's 25-meter rapid-fire pistol event in Japan, and will be shooting with brother Henry Leverett. The announcement comes after the Jun. 23 ruling that Keith Sanderson was excluded from the U.S. Shooting Team after a U.S. Center for SafeSport suspension.
Postponed Tokyo Olympics Face Belt-Tightening Amid Rising Costs
Tokyo Olympics organizers and the IOC have been forced to cut hospitality extras and other amenities out of next year's postponed Games.
Kim Rhode wins Gold at Pan Am Games, defends the Shooting Sports
Kim Rhode won the Women’s Skeet gold medal at this year’s Pan American (Pan Am) Games in Toronto. Team USA’s sole women’s skeet competitor was able to beat Argentinian Melisa Gil 15-12, dropping only one target in the gold-medal match. In the semifinal match, she set a Pan Am Games record with a perfect 16/16 score. Her qualification score of 74/75 is also a Pan Am Games record, and tied the current world record. This is Rhode’s fourth medal overall and second gold at the Pan Am Games.
Legends: Ruby Fox
When asked if she ever “plinked” or shot just for fun, Ruby reflected for a moment and answered: “Shooting was always serious. It was a job that I loved. It was reverent. It was always a dress-up performance.”
Induction Ceremonies Set for USA Shooting’s Newest Hall of Fame Members
The U.S. International Shooting Hall of Fame will induct Glenn Dubis and Admiral Willis A. Lee during a ceremony expected to draw roughly 200 alumni, fellow Hall-of-Famers and current athletes and coaches. The four-time Olympian Dubis and the seven-time Olympic medalist Admiral Lee were selected among an all-star cast of candidates.
Return and Renaissance: U.S. International Rifle Shooting 1948-1966
After the United States withdrew from International Shooting Union sanctioned competition, U.S. international shooting was confined to the annual Dewar Team match and the Pershing Team competition.