Hillsdale College Hosts USA Shooting Junior Olympic Rifle National Championship For Second Consecutive Year
Olympic hopefuls compete at Hillsdale College for spots on the U.S. Junior National Team
With surging participation, USA Clay Target League credits a strong coaching network, plus parents and kids looking for fun outdoor activities
The 2022 National Junior Trap Team includes both seasoned competitors and up-and-comers
2021 ATA Junior All-American trapshooter Mitchell Pierson is the newest member of the Fiocchi Shooting Team.
Over the course of her shooting career, Abbie Leverett has been involved in several local, national and international competitions. 2021 marked her biggest year yet, with big wins at the National Matches and also the Junior World Championships.
Katelyn Abeln and Remington Smith secured first place in mixed team air pistol, adding to Team USA's total medal count.
Student-athletes can apply now for a CMP scholarship for the 2022-2023 school year. Since 2005, the CMP has awarded $3 million to juniors via its scholarship program.
U.S. shooters came home from the 2021 Junior World Championships in Lima, Peru, with 21 medals and four new world champions.
Olympic gold medalist Will Shaner and silver medalist Mary Tucker of the Kentucky Wildcats rifle team are among the 47 team members USA Shooting sent to compete in Lima, Peru.