Dubai, UAE - -(Ammoland.com)- After four days of shooting, American shooter Gebben Miles has just taken the top prize at the Nad Al Sheba Championship in Dubai, UAE, earning the Men’s $140,000 payday in sporting clays’s richest competition.
Anthony Matarese finished as runner-up with a $65,000 prize, and Desirae Edmunds was Women’s runner-up to earn $20,000. Scott Robertson finished 4th in the Men’s division, winning $25,000.
A total purse of $735,000 was to be awarded to shooters in Dubai’s first-ever shooting championship, with deep payouts to 50th place ($1500) in the Men’s division and 20th ($3000) in the Women’s. Event organizers have already announced a $1 million purse in 2015.
Congratulations to all our NSCA shooters for your success on this world stage!
See photos and links to scores at facebook.com/nadalshebasc.
The National Sporting Clays Association is the official governing and sanctioning body of Sporting Clays in the United States. Headquartered at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, it is the world’s largest Sporting Clays organization, with members in all 50 states and 10 foreign countries. To locate NSCA member clubs in your area or for more information on the National Sporting Clays Association, visit our website at www.nssa-nsca.org