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“ The Junior Olympic Shoot- ing Championships is the next step in the development of any junior shooter and his or her Olympic Path.”


performance in Men’s 10m Air Pistol when he excelled in the Sport Pistol fi nal with a 203.8 and earned a gold medal and National Team jacket in his fi rst and only trip to NJOSC. A disciple of USA Shooting’s Progressive- Position Pistol (PPP) Championships where he fi nished second last year and 4-H National Champion in 2011, Wells’ fi nals score was 5.9 points better than any of the other seven fi nalists which featured National Junior Team


members Tony Chung (Diamond Bar, Calif.) and Brian Kim (Los Angeles, Calif.). Qualifying leader Glenn Zimmerman (Waterville, Ohio) would fi nish second and will also earn a position on USA Shooting’s National Junior Team. Starlin Shi (Potomac,


Md.)


handily defeated her opposition to capture a third straight NJOSC in Women’s Sport Pistol to conclude the week-long pistol event in Colorado Springs. Last year, Shi defeated Taylor


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Gallegos (Prosper, Texas) by 28.3 points, but this year it was 12.3 point victory over Cindy Chung (Diamond Bar, Calif.). Chung was the fourth-place fi nisher a year ago but showed a 13.2 point improvement to fi nish second o verall after shooting the highest fi nal of all eight participants.


Women’s Rifle (April 9-12) The following week, women’s


rifl e competition in 10m Air and 50m Three-Position was on tap


for some of the nation’s best sharpshooters. Year in and year out, the NJOSC features some of the established stars of the sport as well as those with a desire to climb that ladder and this year was no exception.


A mix of high school and collegiate talent faced-off in the fi nal of Women’s 10m Air Rifl e with Air Force sophomore Meredith Carpentier (Waukegan, Ill.) showcasing her mettle throughout the two-day, 90-shot


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