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brought back a bronze medal in the team event along with teammates Nick Boerboon (Prior Lake, Minn.) and Phillip Jungman (Caldwell, Texas). Jungman and Boerboon would fi nish second and third respectively in the ju- nior men’s standings during Fall Selection. When you win fi ve Olympic


medals like Kim Rhode (El Monte, Calif.),


there’s simply nothing


left to prove in your career. But always up for a good challenge, Rhode found one after becom- ing a mother to a bright-eyed baby boy this past May.


It took


her all of fi ve months to get back to her winning ways with a com- manding victory in Tucson. She outshot all competitors, male or female, by three targets miss- ing just eight total following 280 shots over three days.


She faced-off against Spring Selec-


tion Match champion Brandy Drozd (Bryan, Texas) in the fi nal defeating her 16-13.


In the


bronze-medal match, Haley Dunn (Muenster, Texas) and reigning National Champion Amber Eng- lish (Colorado Springs, Colo.) would duel in a rematch of their gold-medal fi nal from the 2013 National Championships, but


this time it was Dunn coming out on the winning end by a score of 13-11. Dania Vizzi (Odessa, Fla.) and Caitlin Connor (Winnfi eld, La.) were the other two fi nalists with Vizzi also securing a junior title during the event.


For complete results from the Fall Selection match, please scan the QR code below.


Five-time Olympian Kim Rhode won the Women’s Skeet title at Fall Selection, including shooting the best score of all competi- tors - men or women - just fi ve months after giving birth.


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