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Gator Skeet & Trap Gainesville, Fla. Regional trap and skeet,


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2012 Highlights: Gator Skeet and Trap hosted four major trap and skeet of events plus two ACUI Trap qualifi ers in 2012 including the Southeast


2012 Florida Cup, 2012 Florida State qualifi er for Junior trap and skeet and the Florida State Trap and Skeet championships. In addition, the Club also held two ACUI qualifi ers.


Top Emerging Olympic- Path Athletes:


Max Milan — Junior shooter that has showed promise.


Livermore Pleasanton Rod & Gun Club Livermore, Calif.


Branden Grover — Took 2nd in the California State men’s division with a score of 91.


Mary Stapleton — Took 2nd behind Bowers at the 2012 California State JO women’s division.


2012 Highlights: Made the arrangements neces- sary to becoming a USA Shoot- ing Certifi ed Training Center.


Top Emerging Olympic- Path Athletes: Kimberley Bowers — A USA Shoot- ing National Team member, the international bunker on site at Livermore was put in specifi cally for her.


It’s paid off with a great


shooting performance in 2012 which earned her a World Cup opportunity having competed at the United Arab Emirates World Cup event last month.


CTC Coaches: Nello Sevastopoulos is the international trap manager and is very welcoming to junior shooters, and he wants the kids to come out and shoot and have fun. Nello works closely with the President and parents of the club on events for the bunker.


CONTACT: 4000 Dagnino Rd. Livermore, CA 94551 Phone: 209 648 4229 Primary coach: Michael Gover Contact Email: (michaelteresa- gover@gmail.com)


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CONTACT: Gator Trap and Skeet Club 5202 NE 46th Ave Gainesville, FL 32609 352-372-1044


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