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National Championships for Rifl e & Pistol 2014 USA Shooting


An invite to Granada, Spain, and the 2014 World Shooting Championships awaited top Junior and non- Olympic event competitors at the USA Shooting Nation- al Championships for Rifl e & Pistol in Fort Benning, Georgia, June 23 – 29. With so much on the line,


attendance at the home of the U.S. Army Marksman- ship Unit (USAMU) saw


more than 525 starts as athletes gunned for World Team selection, National Championship prestige and the honor of being named to USA Shooting’s National or National Junior Team for the top-two fi nishers. Winning the National


Championships is an important goal of every top- caliber shooter, but in the open-level category, it took


a back seat to the season’s ultimate quest which was World Championships suc- cess and potential Olympic qualifying opportunities in Spain. But for the Juniors and those competing in non-Olympic events, often overshadowed by their Open and Olympic counterparts, success at the National Championships could earn them a spot on the USA


Shooting Team. Fifty-fi ve World Team spots were decided in the Olympic Ju- nior rifl e and pistol events. Non-Olympic events eligible for World Team selection included Women’s and Junior Women’s 50m Prone Rifl e, Men’s Center Fire and Standard Pistol and Junior Men’s Sport and Standard Pistol.


Top left: James Henderson, top middle: Helen Oh and Sandra Uptagrafft, top right: Amy Sowash. Middle left: Anatoly Pikman, bottom left: Junior Women’s Sport Pistol podium with Irina Andrianova, Cindy Chung hugging In Kim, Taylor Gallegos, middle: Sonya May. Middle right: Michael Steinel and Garrett Spurgeon, bottom right: Remington Lyman.


52 USA Shooting News | Year in Review 2014


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