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Pantone 289


Pantone 289 - CMYK C-100 M-60 Y-0 K-56


2014 NATIONAL TEAM ® Team Fun Facts


• Four team members were born outside of the United States • 18 team members are Resident Athletes at the Olympic


Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado • Including U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit athletes, 19 athletes are involved in a branch of the military


12 Medals Total


National Team members


represent 34 states, with the most coming from


California (8) and Texas (7). Olympians Olympic Medals


Pantone 186


Pantone 186 - CMYK C-0 M-100 Y-81 K-4


Shooting Facts The USA didn't have a year-round shooting team until 1979. Until then, shooters trained on their own and got together for qualifying rounds when it was time for big events like the Olympics and World Championships. Afterward, they went their separate ways. In 1979, training became more organized with the establishment of both National Teams and National Development Teams and year-round training programs, along with a central training site for Olympic shooting. It wasn't until 1995 that the present-day USA Shooting was born, becoming the full-time National Governing Body for international shooting sports in the United States of America.


Spouses Siblings Beaman & Beaman


7 Shotgun Athletes 4 Rifl e Athletes 7 Pistol Athletes


Parents


1 set: Sandra (Pistol) and Eric Uptagraff t (Rifl e)


Will Brown (Pistol, pictured) has a younger brother, Wyatt, on the National Junior Team


Janessa Beaman


(Shotgun, pictured) is not related to Brian Beaman (Pistol)


16 Athletes are Parents


Year in Review 2014 | USA Shooting News 31


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