Trap and skeet shooting athletes with USA Shooting delivered stellar performances at the International Shooting Sports Federation World Cup in Rabat, Morocco, in January 2023. The team, which included both men and women, earned a total of nine medals in trap and skeet, doing a fantastic job as part of the United States shooting team.
The nine medals won by the shooters included five gold medals, two silver medals, and two bronze medals, broken down as follows:
- Women’s Trap: Rachel Tozier, bronze
- Trap Mixed Team: Rachel Tozier and Derrick Mein, gold
- Women’s Trap Team: Aeriel Skinner, Julia Stallings, and Rachel Tozier, gold
- Men’s Trap Team: Derek Haldeman, Will Hinton, and Derrick Mein, bronze
- Women’s Skeet: Kimberly Rhode, gold
- Skeet Mixed Team: Katie Jacob and Conner Prince, gold
- Skeet Mixed Team: Dania Vizzi and Christian Elliot, silver
- Men’s Skeet Team: Christian Elliot, Conner Prince, and Dustan Taylor, gold
- Women’s Skeet Team: Kimberly Rhode, Katie Jacob, and Dania Vizzi, silver
The ISSF World Cup for shotgun was held in Rabat, Morocco from January 11, 2023, to January 24, 2023. Shooting sports athletes from all over the globe competed for two weeks with the ISSF medal standings showing that the United States truly did make the best showing of all.
USA Shooting is the National Governing Body for international shooting sports in the United States of America. It is a 501c3 non-profit corporation. The organization’s goal is to encourage and empower American athletes in the shooting sports, and they’ve been at it since 1995.
It’s nice to see American athletes involved in shooting sports performing so well on a global level. Competitions continue in everything from shotgun to rifle to handgun. Join us in wishing USA Shooting athletes well in their endeavors this 2023 season.