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.
USA Shooting's CEO/Executive Director Robert Mitchell to Retire
With Mitchell as CEO, USA Shooting Team athletes have won 16 Olympic medals including eight gold, four silver and four bronze over the span of four Olympic Games.
Olympic Biathletes Tracy and Lanny Barnes
Both of the Barnes twins from Colorado often win world cup competitions.
2017 USA Shooting Preview: Learning from the Past, Looking Toward 2020 and Beyond
The sport itself will continue to undergo change as the effect of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Agenda 2020 is realized and sports adopt to the road map in place to “safeguard the uniqueness of the Olympic Games and strengthen sport in society.”
Kim Rhode Wins Hotly-Contested Skeet Competition At Fall Selection Match
Both Kim Rhode and Vincent Hancock missed only three targets during their respective Skeet victories
Shooting Industry Veteran Keith Enlow Named New USA Shooting CEO: ‘I Am Beyond Eager To Join This Great Team’
Since 1995, USA Shooting athletes have won 22 Olympic medals―fifth most among all U.S. sports during that time
ISSF Approves 2018-2020 Rule Changes
One significant rule change adopted by the Council is an increase in the numbers of shots in women’s shooting events so they will now be the same as the men’s events. The changes will take effect starting on January 1st, 2018
How To Watch Biathlon At The 2018 PyeongChang Olympics On TV
Biathlon combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, two vastly different sports
Biathlon: Martin Fourcade Wins Mixed Relay Olympic Gold
Fourcade is the first athlete to win three golds at the PyeongChang Games and is now the greatest French Olympic medalist of all time
Jim Mitchell Joins USA Shooting Board of Directors
“Jim is a longtime supporter of the Olympic movement and USA Shooting,” said six-time Olympian and NRA Board Member Kim Rhode.