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Tokyo Olympics' Coronavirus Delay May Cost IOC And Japan Billions

The postponement could cost a staggering $6 billion. Both the Japanese Government and the IOC would share the bill.

Southwest Nationals: Long-Range Grand Prix In The Desert

Hosted by Desert Sharpshooters, the Southwest Nationals held at Ben Avery Range in Phoenix, AZ, is one of the premier annual long-range rifle matches in the United States. The 2020 event, held this past February, was no different.

Competitors’ Corner: April 2020

Highlights from the April 2020 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA’s competitive shooting journal.

New Dates Set For Tokyo Olympic And Paralympic Games

Tokyo Olympics Organizers announce new dates for 2021 Summer Games.

2020 NRA Collegiate All-Americans Announced

A cut-above-the-rest is one way to describe those individuals who earn the NRA All-American title.

Some Favorites From SHOT Show 2020

This field editor found much more than just new guns on the show floor in Vegas at SHOT Show. Although two guns were interesting enough for him to include them here, Art Merrill also discovered a few extra items worth sharing this year at the annual trade show.

U.S. Olympic Trap Team Slots Awarded

Brian Burrows, Derrick Mein, Kayle Browning and Madelynn Bernau are headed to Tokyo for the 2020 Olympics.

U.S. Olympic Pistol Team Takes Shape After Trials

Mowrer, Hall, Lagan, Sanderson and Uptagrafft have been named to the 2020 U.S. Olympic Pistol Team.

Women's Skeet: Amber English, Austen Smith Awarded U.S. Olympic Team Spots

AMU shooter Amber English and Austen Smith are both set to make their Olympic debut in Tokyo this summer.

Vincent Hancock, Philip Jungman Earn Skeet Olympic Berths

Hancock heads to his fourth consecutive Olympics, joined by rookie Phillip Jungman of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit.

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