Stars And Stripes At Wimbledon 1863
This painting depicts the likely first appearance of the United States at Great Britain’s Wimbledon Common range in 1863.
Army’s SFC Brandon Green Sweeps 2022 NRA Long-Range Championship Trophies
AMU shooter SFC Brandon Green dominates competition at 2022 NRA High Power Nationals, wins Tompkins, Leech, Wimbledon, Remington and Mustin trophies—cementing his status as one of the greatest long-range shooters of all time.
Wimbledon Cup History: Ben Comfort's Controversial Sighters
At the 1935 Wimbledon Cup Match, Ben C. Comfort set one of Camp Perry's more memorable "firsts."
The Legend Of George R. "Dad" Farr
In 1921 at Camp Perry, one of the greatest feats in shooting history was observed when George Farr reached the firing line.
What’s In Your Range Bag, Kim Rowe?
We find out what High Power Long-Range shooter Kimberly Rowe keeps in her range bag.
High Power Rifle: 2017 Wimbledon Cup Champion Norman Crawford
The three-time Wimbledon Cup champion shares his advice for shooting gear and more in this wide-ranging interview
Hallmarks Of Heritage: The NRA Trophy Collection
NRA’s Shooting Awards―Patriotic Milestones In History
Results: 2017 Wimbledon Cup, Farr, Herb Aiken, Sierra Trophy Matches
Also the Canadian Cup and Service Rifle Aggregate Results
2016 NRA National High Power Rifle Championships
Nearly 300 total competitors attended this year’s High Power Rifle Championships at Camp Perry, OH.
The Wimbledon Cup
Since 1876, the Wimbledon Cup has been the premier NRA long-range trophy in U.S. high power rifle shooting.