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U.S. Paralympic Athletes Secure 16 Medals At Grand Prix

At the Grand Prix in Peru, USA Shooting athletes earned medals across multiple disciplines, including Air Rifle, Smallbore Rifle, Air Pistol and Sport Pistol

U.S. Paralympic Team Seeks Country Quotas At 2021 WSPS World Cup Lima

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.

USA Shooting Hires Don Stith As Paralympic Manager

Stith will oversee the training of the United States Paralympic Shooting Team.

What’s In Your Range Bag, McKenna Dahl?

We learn what Paralympic air rifle bronze medalist McKenna Dahl keeps in her range bag

WVU's Will Anti Is The New U.S. Paralympic Shooting Coach

USA Shooting hired Will Anti as the new Paralympic shooting team coach and manager, he will begin June 1 after he graduates from West Virginia University

Rising Shooting Star: Kevin Nguyen

This soldier-athlete in the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program is focused on making his Paralympic dreams come true

NRA Foundation Funds Athlete Travel To World Shooting Para Sport Championships

10 athletes were named to WSPS World Championships Team that will compete to earn Paralympic Games quotas

2016 Paralympic Medalist McKenna Dahl

Fast Fact: Dahl’s bronze medal last year was the first U.S. Paralympic Games medal in shooting since 2004.

Adaptive Shooting: Competition for Everyone

With a waiver, shooters with physical challenges can compete in NRA matches with other competitors on an equal basis.

McPhail, Sanderson, Tagliapietra Earn Top Discipline Honors in 2015

Olympians Michael McPhail, Keith Sanderson as well as Paralympic hopeful Mike Tagliapietra have been named USA Shooting’s Athletes of the Year in their respective disciplines.

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