The final week of the three-week long National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships (NJOSC) concluded today at the U.S. Olympic Training Center with the crowning of champions in Men’s and…..
USA Shooting athletes doubled up on medals today at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as Keith Sanderson and Kim Rhode will each be bringing…..
Olympic champions and good friends Matt Emmons and Vincent Hancock took to the ranges of the Deodora Olympic Shooting Centre in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, hoping to pass their Olympic pre-test.
At its March 12, 2016 meeting in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA Shooting’s Board of Directors unanimously and positively approved comprehensive reforms in the governance of USA Shooting.
Glenn Eller won the first U.S. medal of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup today in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil when he claimed bronze in the Men’s Double Trap event.
Plenty of intrigue, intensity and tight scores filled the halls of the USA Shooting ranges the past four days as Women’s Rifle was contested for the 2016 National Junior Olympic Shooting…..
An exciting Men’s Rifle competition got the 2016 National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships (NJOSC) with Will Shaner proving that age is less important than hard work and dedication…..
Competition in the Men’s Rifle portion of the 2016 National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships (NJOSC) ended Wednesday with Will Shaner and Nathan Brewer earning the three titles handed out…..
Today was a win for naturalized citizens, Florida and all those 40-somethings as Emil Milev and Enkelejda Shehaj punched their tickets to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil…..
Thirty-five USA Shooting athletes will get their first look at the shooting venues for the 2016 Olympic Games when the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup kicks off in Rio…..
For 768 junior-aged athletes who have chosen Shooting as their Olympic Sport, April’s National Junior Olympic Shooting Championship (NJOSC) will reveal a glimpse into USA Shooting’s future.
USA Shooting’s National Sporting Clay Cup fundraiser set for July 7-9 in Houston, Texas got a big boost with the Fayez Sarofim & Co. agreeing to showcase their Team support for the second…..
We’re just 133 days out from the Opening Ceremony of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and USA Shooting athletes are will be competing in three U.S. Olympic Team Trials to earn the…..
USA Shooting smallbore rifle and pistol athletes with Rio in Sight will descend upon Fort Benning, Georgia for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Smallbore April 1 – 8.
Women’s Skeet World Champion Morgan Craft kicked off the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) season in the best possible way – with a gold medal won in a perfect gold-medal match at…..
Twenty-five athletes from 13 different states get the opportunity to open up the competitive shotgun season competing at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup for Shotgun…..
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting rolls on into the second World Cup of the season beginning Tuesday in Bangkok, Thailand, on the same ranges that just hosted the…..
It’s tough to stand apart amidst the spectacular history of the West Virginia University Rifle program, but this year’s Mountaineer squad has a very real chance.
The NRA and USA Shooting are working together to highlight the talented competitive shooting athletes representing the USA in Rio this August.
Will Brown came through in a big way for the USA Shooting Team Saturday during the first International Shooting Sport Federation World Cup stop of the season in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Olympic Year has come and 21 USA Shooting Team athletes will test their readiness against the world’s best at the season-opening International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup set…..
With the objective of expanding coaching expertise and continuing a legacy of Olympic achievements, USA Shooting has constructed its own advanced Coach Academy to better educate and train…..
The USA Shooting Team send-off celebration and fundraiser is set for July 7-9, as the National Sporting Clay Cup makes it return to Houston and the American Shooting Centers.
As expected, the stars emerged during the Rocky Mountain Rifle Championships with Michael McPhail, Matt Emmons and an Italian Olympic duo leaving Colorado Springs with the titles they hope…..
It is Rocky Mountain Rifle Championship week at USA Shooting headquarters and if the last three Olympic quads tell us anything, it means someone competing at this event will go on to great…..
The USA Shooting Team send-off celebration and fundraiser is set for June 23-25, as the National Sporting Clay Cup makes it return to Houston and the American Shooting Centers.
Two-time Olympic and three-time World champion Vincent Hancock was recognized Friday by the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) as the 2015 Shooter of the Year.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting season kicks off Saturday in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, with competition concluding on January 27.
Thirteen USA Shooting airgun athletes are on their way to Innsbruck, Austria to compete in the Meyton Cup January 22 – 26.
With Rio in Sight, USA Shooting is launching a brand awareness campaign that it hopes will rally the entire shooting sports community now and in the future, asking members, fans and enthusiasts…..
If she went to college at Juilliard, she would have to sacrifice shooting skeet, there aren’t many gun ranges in West Manhattan…
Years of build up. Hours upon hours of prep. Bullets cast and guns raised. All for a 10-day period of time that defines our existence as athletes and a sport. Welcome to the Olympic & Paralympic…..
The dust has settled on a busy 2015 for the USA Shooting Team as they traveled all around the globe in their quest for quotas.
Murray State sophomore Ivan Roe (Manhattan, Montana) led the junior charge on the opening day of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
Women’s Air Rifle competitor Sarah Beard (Danville, Indiana) is the lone Day 1 leader able to stay atop the open leaderboard following a Day 2 shakeup at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials…..
Olympians Michael McPhail, Keith Sanderson as well as Paralympic hopeful Mike Tagliapietra have been named USA Shooting’s Athletes of the Year in their respective disciplines.
Vincent Hancock and Morgan Craft have been named USA Shooting’s Athletes of the Year for 2015.
This year’s honorees include National Coach of the Year Jason Parker along with co-Development Coaches of the Year Erin Gestl and Chad Whittenburg.
The holiday countdown for America’s elite Airgun athletes is upon us and their hoping it includes plenty of 10.9s as a record crowd is expected for Part I of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials…..
USA Shooting will celebrate its past, present and future later this week as it gets set to induct two new additions into their Hall of Fame and host an alumni reunion, while also welcoming…..