From shooting with 4-H to the Tokyo Olympics, she's a woman to watch!
The International Shooting Sport Federation calls Kim Rhode "the most successful shotgun shooter of all time." Yet this four-time Olympic medalist is also a full-time adventurist— loving nothing more than, well, anything. With interests ranging from cars, cooking and collecting to fishing, hiking and hunting, Kim takes on everything with an infectious zest for life.
Twin biathletes Lanny and Tracy Barnes are in sync when it comes to almost everything. But when Lanny fell ill and missed key qualifying races, Tracy did something her twin never saw coming: Tracy gave up her own spot on the 2014 Olympic team so Lanny could compete in her place.
While fans of long-range competitive shooting familiar with the name Anette Wachter would be forgiven for assuming her advanced skills come from a lifelong involvement in the shooting sports, they would be mistaken. In fact, you may find it surprising how relatively new to the shooting community she is.
Since 1973, this pioneer among women in the gun industry has blazed her own trail with Savage Arms.
Without farmers and truckers, your cupboards during the pandemic might likely be bare.
This recent high school graduate is inspiring other young shooting sports competitors with her winning ways.