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Pantone 289 BOARD MEMBERS ® Gary Anderson


Position: Sr. ISSF Representative, Immediate Past President Year Served: 6+


Notable: Has served as the International Shooting Sport Federa- tion (ISSF) Vice President since 1990...Member of the USA Shoot- ing Hall of Fame as a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the 300m three-position rifl e event. During his shooting career, Anderson also earned seven individual World Championship gold medals as well as two silver and one bronze. His resume also includes two Pan American Games gold medals, six individual world records, and 16 National Championships…Awarded with IOC Olympic Order in 2012.


Why I serve: I have been placed in a position where I can make a dif- ference for a sport that I love very much. I have been elevated to a position where I can make a positive difference in shooting’s effort to win in the Olympic competition among sports. Shooting must change and adapt to win, but it is exciting and fulfi lling to have the responsibility of helping to design that change.


Randy Clark


POSITION: National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) Rep YEARS SERVED: 6+


Notable: Managing Director, Business Development National Shooting Sports Foundation…Before coming to the NSSF, he man- aged the Orvis-endorsed Diamond Wing Preserve in Montana and Quail Ridge Sportsman’s Club in Indiana…A lifelong outdoors enthusiast, Randy has raised, trained and hunted numerous bird dogs the past 40 years.


Greatest Olympic moment: Mark Spitz and his seven Olympic gold medals in the 1972 Olympic Games. Certainly, watching Kim Rhode achieve greatness with fi ve Olympic medals in fi ve consecu- tive Olympic Games is something we should all be proud of.


Why I serve: The energies that I get from it come from seeing con- tinued growth in the programs in addition to the dedication of managing the different facets of the business in a more effi cient manner.


24 USA Shooting News | March 2015 Robert Aylward


POSITION: U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit Representative YEARS SERVED: 6+


Notable: National Team member as a rifl e shooter for several years in 70s and 80s. Competed at the Championship of the Americas, Pan Am Games and World Championships, earning 17 individual and team medals…Has been Team Leader for USAS at three World Championships and 16 World Cups.


Greatest Olympic moment: The Olympic Games of 1976 when I was fortunate to witness the three-position 50m match in Montreal, Canada, that came down to Lanny Bassham and Margaret Mur- dock for the gold medal and watching eventual gold medalist Bassham share his podium with a teammate.


Why I serve: As Deputy Commander for the USAMU, I get to work with world-class athletes daily and do my best to improve their chances of being successful. It is a direct crossover between what I do in my job and supporting other shooting organizations like USAS. This job affords me the opportunity to work with USAS to improve a sport that I have been involved with for over 50 years.


Robert Delfay


POSITION: At-Large Representative Years SerVED: 2


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Notable: Delfay has spent more than 40 years in the hunting and shooting sports industry and related conservation fi elds including 33 years at the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) be- fore retiring in 2002 to pursue private interests in the fi elds of hunting and shooting sports. During his career at NSSF, Bob was recipient of the 1999 Shooting Industry Leadership Award, was named NSSF “Man of the Year” in 2002 and has won major na- tional awards from the Outdoor Writers Association of America, the Christian’s Sportsmen’s Fellowship and other groups. Since his departure from the NSSF, he has served as President of the Hunting Heritage Trust and as an advisor to the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation and GunBroker.com.


Why I serve: It is diffi cult to overstate the respect I have for our USA Shooting Team athletes. I relish the opportunity to work with these dedicated athletes in helping to further build upon our team’s im- pressive international performances and reputation.


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