As the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup season begins to heat up with increasing competition for Olympic quota places and Minimum Qualifying Scores (MQS), the Rifle and…..
Matt Emmons won a gold and silver medal last month at the first International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Rifle/Pistol World Cup of the year in Changwon, South Korea.
When entering today’s Final at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Rifle/Pistol World Cup, Amy Sowash kind of felt like she had already won.
The USA Shooting Team’s best finish of the day at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Cup came from Keith Sanderson, who finished in sixth place in Men’s Rapid Fire Pistol.
The first day of official competition at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Rifle/Pistol World Cup in Fort Benning opened today with medals awarded in the Men’s Air Rifle and………
Michael McPhail works and trains at the home of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit in Fort Benning every day.
Though James Henderson and Sarah Beard didn’t win any medals at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Rifle/Pistol World Cup today, they did win something perhaps even more valuable…..
National Junior Team members Lydia Paterson and Wyatt Brown showcased their pistol skills with dominant victories Tuesday to conclude the pistol portion of the 2015 National Junior Olympic Shooting…
Three weeks of competition at the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships (NJOSC) closed on a high note today for 17-year-old Jacob Buchanan (Spring, Texas) who won gold in the Men’s………..
These are busy times for members of the USA Shooting Team with the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Cyprus, the International Shooting Competition Hanover (ISCH), Airgun….
Remember the name – Elizabeth Marsh. She’s got game and this week the 16-year-old Arkansas native proved it in Women’s Rifle competition to kick-off the 2015 National Junior Olympic Championships…..
Five U.S. Paralympic Shooting Team athletes recently competed at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting World Cup event in Szczecin, Poland, with the highlight put forth by McKenna…..
More than 500 youth, ages 10 thru 20, will make their way to USA Shooting’s National headquarters over the next three weeks to compete in the 2015 National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships…….
Matt Emmons’ trip to the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Cup for Rifle/Pistol in Changwon, South Korea was a successful one as today he picked up his second medal of this……..
The tough Benning bunkers were the test in store for the nation’s top Men’s and Women’s Trap shooters during the 2015 Spring Selection Match in Fort Benning, Georgia, April 9-12.
Perhaps this generation’s greatest marksman, Matt Emmons, proved it yet again Sunday with a season-opening victory and an Olympic quota in the Prone Rifle event at the International Shooting Sport….
Nearly 200 of the country’s top shotgun athletes have made their way to the home of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (USAMU) this week to compete in the Shotgun Spring Selection Match Apri1 8th……..
Backed by strong industry support, the USA Shooting Team will launch 15 months’ worth of gun auctions to help support programs and training for the world’s best sharpshooters.
Seventeen athletes including nine Olympians qualified for two May World Cup events during the Spring Smallbore (.22 caliber) Selection Match for Rifle and Pistol that concluded today with Men’s and…
The nation’s best rifle and pistol competitors are gathering in Ft. Benning, Georgia for the 2015 Spring Smallbore (.22 caliber) Selection Match, March 29-April 3 to determine team members eligible…
The USA Shooting Shotgun Team is going to be its own tough act to follow as the 15 athletes enter the second stage of the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Cup series starting…..
The No. 2-ranked University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) used the home-range advantage to finish Day 1 of the 2015 NCAA Rifle Championships with a slight 12-point lead over No.1-ranked West Virginia…..
March is upon us and that means just one thing in the shooting world. NCAA Rifle Championships and another chance for West Virginia University (WVU) to once again reassert itself as the dominant…
USA Shooting’s Director of Operations and National Rifle Team Coach Dave Johnson said it best today upon learning of team scores coming in from the International Shooting Sports Federation…
On International Women’s Day, it was an American shotgun trio who turned the celebration into a mostly all-American affair for the fourth time during the 2015 ISSF World Cup Series…
It’s a pretty good day anytime 50 percent of the finals field is wearing the USA Shooting vest.
The USA Shooting Shotgun Team wasted no time in picking right up where it left off in 2014.
USA Shooting’s top pistol athletes converged in Colorado Springs this week to compete in a Smallbore (.22 caliber) Selection Match.
23 USA Shooting Team athletes officially get a jump start on spring and a busy 2015 competition season with the start of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Series in Mexico.
More than 60 participants fired shots during the 2015 Rocky Mountain Rifle Championships at the USA Shooting Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The February tradition of the Rocky Mountain Rifle Championships continues with the 2015 chapter as more than 60 participants are set to take part in five days of rifle competition.
Jay Waldron, a 1992 Olympian in Trap, has been hired by USA Shooting as its new Assistant National Shotgun Coach and Resident Program Manager.
USA Shooting National Junior Team member Hank Garvey has been chosen as one of six representatives for the 2015 Brownells/National Rifle Association (NRA) Youth Shooting Sport Ambassador Program.
Mired in the hallowed world-class shooting range on location at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, is a hidden gem known as the National Training Center Junior Shooting Club program.
The West Virginia University rifle program has done nothing to deter us from thinking a 17th title is well within its grasp with a perfect 8-0 record at the midway point of the NCAA Rifle season.
With eyes on securing Olympic quotas in 2015, Olympians Matt Emmons, Michael McPhail and Amanda Furrer were among the seven athletes to earn a World Cup spot for April’s season-opener in Korea.