It was a summer Carroll indeed just as it has been the previous two summers as 22-year-old Ashley Carroll earned her third straight National Title, which puts her in rare company.
Another nine International Trap athletes solidified their selection to the 2017 World Championship Team Monday.
Lucas Kozeniesky and Hanna Carr each claimed their second gold medals today when they once again put forth top-level performances.
Nationals is serving as the final stage in a three-part Selection Match for open competitors and a two-part Selection Match for junior competitors.
Six-time Olympian and 1996 Olympic silver medalist Emil Milev defended his Rapid Fire National Champion title today with his win.
The USA Shooting National Championships for Rifle/Pistol rolled into its second day of competition with titles awarded in several categories.
The Scholastic Clay Target Program is the official youth shooting program to USA Shooting and provides a pipeline for future international shotgun competitors.
Eleven Junior Rifle and Pistol athletes will spend part of their summer vacation in Germany representing the U.S. in the first ISSF Junior Championship.
Onto bigger and better, that’s what 18-year-old Emily Stith said upon her high school graduation day last week. The one she skipped to compete in the ISSF.
The USA Shooting Team is taking their National Sporting Clay Cup Fundraiser nationwide in 2017 and the Show Me State is their first destination.
USA Shooting has named longtime coach and rifle competitor Ernie Vande Zande as the chairman of the Lones Wigger Endowment & Legacy Project.
Qualification at USA Shooting’s Spring Selection Match begins Tuesday with Skeet competition at the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit in Fort Benning, Georgia.
The biggest ISSF World Cup series event is already upon us with 14 USA Shooting Team athletes set for the challenge that begins Friday in Munich, Germany.
Four USA Shooting Paralympic Team athletes will make their first return to international competition following the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Nearly three weeks of intense competition by the top Junior Rifle and Pistol athletes in the country will wrap with the Men’s and Women’s Pistol events.
The first week of competition at the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships (NJOSC) wrapped today at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
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 in the 10m air rifle.
USA Shooting welcomes the best rifle and pistol junior talent in the country for the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships. Men’s rifle competition kicks off.
Nearly 40 athletes have assembled at the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit in Fort Benning, Georgia, for USA Shooting’s Rifle & Pistol Spring Selection Match.
Eleven USA Shooting athletes will compete at the second International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup of the season starting Sunday through March 27 in Acapulco, Mexico.
A new chapter in the history of USA Shooting began with the seating of an entirely new Board of Directors (BODs) on Saturday at the U.S. Olympic Complex in Colorado Springs.
The 2017 NCAA Rifle Championships took place during the weekend and it turned into a West Virginia University celebration for the fifth consecutive year.
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.
USA Shooting is choosing to ‘Be Brazen’ and is announcing its latest sponsor in Brazen Sports LLC, the new Official Timekeeper of America’s shooting team.
The 37-year-old legend has shown absolutely zero rust after setting an Olympic milestone with a sixth consecutive Olympic medal.