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Kim Rhode: 2017 ISSF Shooter of the Year

Six-time Olympic medalist and NRA Board Member Kim Rhode had another stellar season last year, with multiple international shooting victories.

Katelyn Abeln: Pistol’s New Teen Gleam

16-year-old Katelyn Abeln of Georgia has quickly made a name for herself in women's pistol competition

Morgan Phillips: On The Rise

West Virginia University rifle team sophomore Morgan Phillips continues to answer each challenge put in front of her with two things: a score and a smile

The Rise of an NTC Generation

“Train like champions every day. Win with humility and lose with grace.”

Honoring a Legend: USA Shooting Launches Lones Wigger Endowment and Legacy Project

Wigger's records and accomplishments are as numerous as they are lofty, with a career resume that may never be matched.

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.”

The Ties that Bind Us: One Team In 2016

NRA is one of several different organizations responsible for U.S. success at the Olympics.

Kim Rhode: A Journey Paved in Gold

In the pantheon of America’s Olympic sports greatness, Kim Rhode has no equal.

Crafting Her Own Fate

Confidence breeds success and there’s no greater example of that than the rise of skeet shooter Morgan Craft in 2015.

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