A 19-year-old NCAA national champion, Thrasher represented the U.S. in Rio and earned the country’s first gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games.
Olympic champion Ginny Thrasher is one of 18 amateur athletes selected as a semifinalist for the 2016 Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) James E. Sullivan Award.
The Rio 2016 games saw another Easton sweep of the podium, with 24 of 24 medals won by archers using the Easton X10 arrow.
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Coming into Sunday’s 50m Three-Position Rifle event, Matt Emmons talked about competing for the fun and joy he derives from his sport. Finally, being at a point in his career, with three career…..
While most Americans will continue to embrace her as a hero, her detractors on Twitter will no doubt keep making fools of themselves, 140 characters at a time.
Down in Rio, at the 2016 Olympics, armed robbers are having a field-day robbing and pillaging the tourists, but the Liberal Media would never report it…
The first medal awarded during the 2016 Rio Olympic Games was in Women’s Air Rifle. 19-year old Ginny Thrasher had a golden performance during her first Olympic appearance.
Just one competition on the docket for the U.S. Olympic Shooting Team Monday on Day 3 of the 2016 Olympic Games.
With a Finals performance for the ages, teenage phenom Ginny Thrasher set the table by winning the first golden medal of the 2016 Olympic Game in Rio de Janeiro.
Eley reports in just a few days sports enthusiasts and Olympic fans will be glued to NBC affiliates while they cheer on the 555 athletes representing the United States.
Years of build-up. Hours upon hours of prep. Bullets cast and guns raised. All for a 10-day period of time that helps define an athlete’s and sport’s existence. The destination is Rio de…..
Just 40 days before the Olympic Games open in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2016 Olympic Team nominee Michael McPhail claimed gold on his home range.
One month before the U.S. Olympic Shooting Team tests their mettle in Rio, five of them will participate in a send-off celebration and fundraiser July 7-9.
Olympians competing at the USA Shooting National Championships for Rifle/Pistol got a chance to prove their Olympic readiness.
This year’s USA Shooting National Championships includes more than 300 athletes vying for National Team selections and – for some – preparing for the upcoming Olympic & Paralympic Games in Rio.
Proving once again that 2016 is the year of Ginny, the Rio-bound Ginny Thrasher backed up her Olympic spot by claiming a national title in Air Rifle.
Catch USA Shooting Team members providing practical, every day shooting tips for Gallery of Guns Television, which begins its seventh season Monday, June 27.
On April 4, 2016, Virginia “Ginny” Thrasher, 19, of Springfield, Va., secured her seat to Rio during the Olympic Selection Match at Fort Benning, Ga.
As the 2016 Olympic Games get closer for the USA Shooting Team, the competition is only just about to begin as the 2016 USA Shooting National Championships for Rifle/Pistol.