Legendary six-time Olympic shotgun medalist and NRA Board Member Kim Rhode will continue shooting Winchester AA shotshells while looking towards Paris 2024
Kim Rhode stayed golden in Lima 2019, as she aims to go for a record seventh-straight Olympic medal next year in Tokyo.
The United States is once again a lock to top the medal table at the Summer Olympics, according to Gracenote Sports. This would mark the seventh Summer Games in a row where Team USA has been at the top of the medal leaderboard.
Among the eight scattergun shooters headed to Lima, Peru, this summer is six-time Olympic medalist and NRA Board Member Kim Rhode
Kim Rhode won the 21st World Cup gold medal of her career in Changwon, South Korea, at the ISSF Shotgun World Cup. Additionally this is the third ISSF World Cup gold medal for Rhode this year thus far
Crawling from sixth to first place, Kim Rhode clinched her second World Cup gold medal this season after outdueling Chilean shotgun phenom Francisca Chadid by one target (53 to 52 targets) in the final
Appropriately enough, six-time Olympic shotgun medalist and NRA Board Member Kim Rhode is the first to be honored by Winchester by receiving the new 'Winchester Legend Award'