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SHOOTING Preview: Three Rio gold medalists and four World Champions in Pistol and Rifle...

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The famed ISSF World Cup for pistol and rifle events in Munich (GER) is one of the annual highlights of the international shooting season,...

SHOOTING: U.S. wins five medals to lead all nations at Shotgun World Cup in...

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After winning both the men’s and women’s Skeet events during the first week of the ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Changwon (KOR), the U.S....

SHOOTING: American stars Rhode and Hancock sweep World Cup Skeet titles in Korea

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The first half of the ISSF Shotgun World Cup confirmed – once again – that the Skeet favorites for Tokyo are Americans Vincent Hancock...

SHOOTING Preview: American gold medalists Hancock and Rhode headline Shotgun World Cup in Korea

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The third ISSF World Cup for the Shotgun disciplines gets underway on Thursday in Changwon (KOR), with 360 shooters from 58 countries ready in...

SHOOTING: Strong showing for India in Rifle/Pistol World Cup in China

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The continuing quest for Olympic quota places earned headlines in India as it scored a tournament-high three gold medals in the latest ISSF World...

SHOOTING Preview: Battle for Olympic qualifying places continues in Beijing

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A massive field of 588 shooters from 67 countries are gathering in Beijing (CHN) for the ISSF World Cup for pistol and rifle, with...

SHOOTING: Amazing Kim Rhode wins 20th World Cup title in Al Ain

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There is simply no stopping American shooting legend Kim Rhode. Now 39 and the winner of six Olympic medals over the last six Olympic...

SHOOTING Preview: Gold medalists galore lined up for Shotgun World Cup in UAE

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An enormous, star-studded field of 432 shooters from 71 countries is in Al Ain (UAE) for the ISSF Shotgun World Cup that starts Sunday...

SHOOTING: American Pan-Am pistol and rifle squad set after Spring Selection in Georgia

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A tense six days of shooting at the U.S. Army Marksmanship Center at Ft. Benning, Georgia selected a formidable U.S. team for the pistol...

SHOOTING: Sherry, Todorova, Weisz sweep Rifle/Pistol Spring Selection matches

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This week’s competitions at the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit in Fort Benning, Georgia will select the U.S. rifle and pistol competitors for the Pan...

LANE ONE: Crucial IOC Executive Board meeting this week in Switzerland could impact multiple...

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We’re going to have some interesting days starting on Tuesday as the International Olympic Committee’s Executive Board meets in Lausanne (SUI). A series of...

SHOOTING: Amazing Rhode wins again in Acapulco World Cup

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If you’re looking for the Fountain of Youth, you might want to ask American shooting star Kim Rhode. Now 39, she recorded her 19th World...

LANE ONE: A call to eliminate guns from the Games, but that doesn’t go...

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The highly-respected Alan Abrahamson, one of the best commentators on Olympic sport, wrote on his 3WireSports site last Saturday that: "The Games and the values...

SHOOTING Preview: Shotgun World Cup gets started in Acapulco, with strong fields

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A large field of 351 shooters from 61 countries is assembling on the Mexican Riviera – specifically in Acapulco – for the first ISSF...

SHOOTING: Haldeman, Jungman, Carroll and Rhode claim World Champs slots at Shotgun Spring Selection

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Plane tickets to the most important competitions of the season were on the line for the American Trap and Skeet specialists at the Shotgun...

SHOOTING: Huge field in New Delhi World Cup produces four world records; two wins...

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Although it will be remembered mostly for the controversy over an non-admission of two Pakistani shooters, the first ISSF World Cup of 2019 also...

SHOOTING Preview: U.S. international team slots at stake in Shotgun Spring Selection in Tucson

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Who will represent the U.S. in the upcoming Pan American Games, World Cups and World Championships will be decided – mostly – by the...

SHOOTING: Three world records in first four events at ISSF World Cup in New...

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The ISSF World Cup in New Delhi was overshadowed at its start by the refusal of the Indian government to issue a visa for...

LANE ONE: Think politics and sports don’t mix? They mix, but pretty badly right...

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During his 20-year term as the head of the International Olympic Committee, Avery Brundage often insisted that “sports and politics don’t mix.” He found out,...

SHOOTING: First ISSF World Cup overshadowed by Pakistan visa issue

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The ISSF World Cup in New Delhi (IND) was supposed to be an opportunity for Olympic qualification for Tokyo in 2020, but the competition...

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