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.
USA Shooting has been forced to deal with the harsh reality that the Olympic shooting program would change based on requirements put forth by the IOC.
2017 presents got unveiled earlier today with first round invites being sent out by USA Shooting to attend the annual April event in Colorado Springs.
Results from the Fall Selection Match in October were combined with results from July’s USA Shooting National Championship to determine team spots.
The word “legend” is an overused descriptor in the American lexicon, particularly when describing our sports heroes and all-time greats.
Competitors in the Robert Mitchell Rifle Championships at the Olympic Shooting Center in Colorado Springs have departed for home.
The SCTP, in conjunction with USA Shooting, announce the dates for the SCTP’s International Style National Championships to be held on July 24-29, 2017, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
USA Shooting’s new 10-person Board of Directors is nearing completion, electing three new members representing athletes, coaches/officials, member clubs.
USA Shooting announced today that Elizabeth “Libby” Callahan (Pawleys Island, South Carolina) has been named National Pistol Coach.
USA Shooting announced today a series of staff realignments to help address the high performance needs of the organization with a 2020 vision in sight.
Fifteen-year-old Sarah Choe won the Women’s Air Pistol title, defeating National Champion Alexis Lagan (Las Vegas), who finished in second place once again.
The first measurable snowfall of the year on Friday to help greet competitors on the first match day of the 2016 Winter Airgun Championships.
The final competition of 2016 came to a conclusion as the 2016 WAG concluded Sunday at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The competition includes three separate match days in Men’s and Women’s Air Rifle and Air Pistol, to include Junior competition. Awards given each day.