The first week of competition at the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships (NJOSC) wrapped today at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
The awards stand after last Wednesday’s trap competition of the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships was dominated by former Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program athletes.
The National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships wrapped today with training partners Trey Wright and Katie Jacob claiming top honors in Men’s and Women’s Skeet.
There’s a rhythm and cadence to Double Trap. Hank Garvey matched it perfectly Friday afternoon while dancing his way to the shotgun discipline title.
Before Wednesday, Travis Old and Emily Underwood were just a couple 19-year-olds looking to find themselves in this sport. Consider them found.
After a week of competition for 300 junior shotgun athletes from across the nation, five Junior Olympic National Champions have been crowned in each of the three shotgun disciplines at the 2015…..
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…
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…..