San Antonio –-(Ammoland.com)- National Sporting Clays Association Team USA has dominated the sporting clays world this year while competing both at home and abroad.
The 2013 team members practiced hard and competed even harder all year long to earn gold medals at every stop.
At the 2013 World English Championships held in San Antonio, Texas this past March the team took gold in each and every national team category.
Team England did not make it an easy chore, but by the end of the weekend Team USA stood atop the podium.
Winning team gold medals for the USA were the following team members:
|Open Team||Lady Team|
|Junior Team||Veteran Team|
|Super Veteran Team|
Continuing on their journey for gold, Team USA traveled to Spain this summer for a two-shoot trip starting with the Spanish Grand Prix in Castillejo de Robledo. The FITASC team swept every concurrent with team member Gebben Miles taking home the HOA trophy.
The other team members taking home gold from the Grand Prix were:
- Ladies HOA Desirae Edmunds
- Junior HOA David Radulovich
- Veteran HOA Brian DuQuesnay
- Veteran Runner-up John Woolley
- Super Veteran HOA John Hackethorn
On the second leg of their trip to Spain the FITASC team competed at the 35th World FITASC Championship also held in Castillejo de Robledo where they again dominated the competition. As a team, USA took home four gold medals and one silver, while several team mates earned medals individually as well. Brad Kidd, Jr. finished only one target behind George Digweed of England to earn the title 2013 World FITASC silver medalist, while Ashleigh Hafley and Brian DuQuesnay took individual gold medals in the Ladies and Veterans concurrents. David Radulovich and Ross Neskora were silver and bronze medal winners in Junior while Bob Davis and Cutis Anderson also took silver and bronze in the Super Veteran concurrent. Winning team medals for the USA were the following team members:
|Open Team – Gold||Lady Team – Gold|
|Junior Team||Veteran Team – Silver|
|Super Veteran Team|
Team Manager Judy Morris said, “I’m extremely proud of everyone on Team USA. They have performed as a team – I could not have asked for anything more. 2013 has been the strongest finish ever for Team USA in both Sporting and FITASC. We’ve come a long way in two years, and I’m proud to have played a part in their success.”
To find out more about NSCA Team USA go to www.nscateamusa.org/