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USA Shooting 20th Birthday


By Kevin Neuendorf Director of Media & Public Relations


USA Shooting Celebrates 20 Years


On April 8, 1995, the full


U.S. Olympic Committee Board of Directors accept- ed the recommendation of their Membership Commit- tee and voted USA Shooting to be the National Governing Body (NGB) for international shooting. Since we became an


NGB, we’ve helped athletes win 19 Olympic medals in fi ve Olympic Games, half of them GOLD! The previous fi ve Olympic Games prior to the establishment of USA Shooting, we had earned 16 medals. Also during that span, we’ve been lucky to see 10 athletes crowned world champions. Seven of those athletes are still ac-


tively competing and with Rio in Sight and another World Championships later this summer, we hope that legacy continues to grow. We thank our dedicated


athletes and the outstanding coaches, staff, volunteers, members, clubs, sponsors and donors that help make us who we are today. Here’s to hoping the next 20 years are as good or better than the fi rst 20!


Pantone 289


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


Pantone 186


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


19 Olympic Medalists (since 1995) Kim Rhode (5)


Vincent Hancock (2) Glenn Eller Todd Graves


Corey Cogdell-Unrein Josh Lakatos Lance Bade


Matt Emmons (3) Mike Anti


Nancy Johnson Jamie Corkish Jason Turner


Shotgun (12 - 6 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze)


Rifl e (6 - 3 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze)


Pistol (1 - bronze)


10 World Champions (since 1995) Josh Richmond (2) Glenn Eller (2) Vincent Hancock (2) Brandy Drozd Cindy Gentry


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Frances Strodtman Shawn Duhlohery Matt Emmons Tom Tamas Jason Parker


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