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2013 NJOSC CHAMPIONS Men’s Prone Rifl e 3P Rifl e 10m Air Rifl e 25m Sport Pistol 10m Air Pistol Ryan Anderson (Fairbanks, Alaska)


Ryan Anderson (Fairbanks, Alaska) Deanna Binnie (Holsopple, Pa.)


Connor Davis (Shelbyville, Ky.) Meredith Carpentier (Waukegan, Ill.)


Robert Wells (Pontotoc, Miss.) Starlin Chi (Potomac, Md.)


Wyatt Brown (Twin Falls, Idaho) Alana Townsend (Kalispell, Mont.)


NEW NATIONAL JUNIOR TEAM MEMBERS Rifl e (5)


Deanna Binnie (Holsopple, Pa.) Meredith Carpentier (Waukegan, Ill.) Dan Geer (Colorado Springs, Colo.) Rachel Martin (Peralta, N.M.) Sasha Perez (Newberg, Ore.)


Pistol (5)


Cindy Chung (Diamond Bar, Calif.) Tyler Volkman (Columbia Falls, Mont.) Robert Wells (Pontotoc, Miss.) Glenn Zimmerman (Waterville, Ohio) Darian Shenk (Anneville, Pa.)


* If 2013 NJOSC winners are not listed here, they were already a USA Shooting NJT member.


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Team athlete and UK Rifl e Assistant Coach. “As a native Kentuckian, we are so proud he represents UK. He lives on the range and thrives on the excitement of competition, which I think is his greatest strength. With big dreams and the heart to back them up, Connor will be able to go as far as he wants in this sport. He’s also a model teammate and training partner. We are lucky to have him.” Anderson closed the 2013


rifl e/pistol Junior Olympic event by sweeping both smallbore (.22 caliber) events including Three- Position and Prone. Combined with his silver-medal fi nish in the 10m Air Rifl e event, Anderson showcased his prowess as USA’s rising rifl eman. “I came in and it really


Connor Davis’ ( below) took gold in Men’s 10m Air Rifl e. Ryan Anderson (bottom, right) claimed gold in the Men’s 50m Prone and Three-Position Rifl e events.


wasn’t a goal match for me,” acknowledged Anderson. “I had a goal match last month (NCAA Rifl e Championships) and one coming up a month from now (World Cup USA). But that doesn’t mean I didn’t come here to win, so I’m pretty happy on how things turned out.”


Anderson greatest dominance


was showcased in the Three- Position event where he walked into the event fi nals with an 11-point lead over Dan Geer (Colorado Springs, Colo.), and he’d expand that by 1.2 points by the end of the 10-shot fi nal as the only competitor of eight to shoot over 100 (101.1) in the fi nal. Air Rifl e gold medalist Connor Davis (Shelbyville, Ky.) would secure another medal with bronze. Each of the 2013 NJOSC Na-


tional Champions has been pro- vided below along with the new additions to USA Shooting’s Na- tional Junior Team, reserved for athletes fi nishing fi rst or second in competition. The National Junior Olympic


Shooting Championships for Shotgun will be contested in June 12-21 in Colorado Springs, Colo.


To see view results from the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships, please scan this QR code with a smartphone.


34 USA Shooting News | May 2013


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