Katelyn Abeln and Remington Smith secured first place in mixed team air pistol, adding to Team USA's total medal count.
Tucker won her first gold at the match in women's 10m air rifle, following that up with a gold medal in the air rifle mixed team event, competing with U.S. teammate Ryan Kissell.
At age of 82, Bruce Meredith is one of the few remaining shooters from the superb U.S. Army teams of the 1960s and 1970s, helping usher in the “Golden Age” of U.S. international competitive shooting.
Kim Rhode stayed golden in Lima 2019, as she aims to go for a record seventh-straight Olympic medal next year in Tokyo.
The duo of Brian Burrows and Derek Haldeman grabbed Men's Trap shooting gold and silver medals, respectively, as well as quotas for the 2020 Olympic Games at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru
Ashley Carroll is on a roll, following up her ISSF World Championship win with a Pan Am gold medal. USA Shooting teammate Rachel Tozier was right behind her, taking the silver
U.S. international air gun and smallbore rifle/pistol shooters have earned 21 spots for the upcoming ISSF World Cups in China and Germany, and the Pan-Am Games in Peru this summer
Brazil’s Olympic Shooting Center will host 15 disciplines for nearly 400 target shooters from 103 countries this August.
After the United States withdrew from International Shooting Union sanctioned competition, U.S. international shooting was confined to the annual Dewar Team match and the Pershing Team competition.