Lanny Barnes Takes High Lady Title at 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship

Among the competitors were some familiar names to NRA Women.

by posted on April 22, 2024
Lanny Barnes 2024 World Shoot
Photo by John Parker/NRA Shooting Sports USA

NRA Women congratulates Lanny Barnes for her High Lady win at the 2024 NRA World Shoot, held at Camp Atterbury, Edinburgh, Indiana, April 4-6, 2024.

Our friends at NRA Shooting Sports USA reported that, according to Practiscore, there were 213 registered competitors at the 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship. There were 149 shooters in the Amateur division and 64 in the Professional division.

Among the women competitors were some familiar names to us here at NRA Women, as many of them have contributed to this website—Becky Yackley, Gabby Franco, Diana Muller, Serena Juchnowski and more. You can see how they performed while you check out some great images taken by Shooting Sports USA Editor-in-Chief John Parker. A more detailed report will be forthcoming from his magazine in coming weeks.

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NRA First Vice President Bob Barr (left) and NRA Board member Charlie Hiltunen present Lanny Barnes with her prize money. (Photo by Serena Juchnowski.)

Top finishers with NRA officials at this year’s NRA World Shooting Championship awards ceremony (from left): NRA First Vice President Bob Barr, third place Greg Jordan, High Lady Lanny Barnes, second place Nils Jonasson, High Junior Cole Shanholtz, winner Brian Shanholtz and NRA Board member Charlie Hiltunen. (Photo by Serena Juchnowski)


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