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At the 10m Match of the USAS National Championships in Ft Benning - note the electronic targets!
Arizonan Bill P (Gold medal - "A" classification) on left

Rapid Fire Pistol

Arizona's John Z shooting Olympic Rapid Fire Pistol
at the USA Shooting National Championships in June
Photo by Pilkington

Bob Foth's 1992 Silver

the Silver Medal won in 1992 by Bob Foth in 3x40
Arizona Olympians

Arizona's Olympic Hopefuls at the 2004 tryouts
Sherri G., Air Rifle & 3x20
John Z., Air Pistol ,
Adam S., Running Target
Bill P., Prone 50m rifle

The arizona team trip to the Olympic Training Center, Jan 2005

shooting showcase 2006
Scene in the Ben Avery Air Gun range 25-Mar-06 -
display of competitive shooting at the shooting showcase
NRA & Olympic Rifle & Pistol on display

Emily Blount

US national shotgun team member Emily Blount
shooting a USAShooting Barbara Mandrell LP1 air pistol
under the supervision of
US national pistol team member John Zurek

Olympic Rapid Fire at PRGC
More information on   Olympic Shooting in Arizona
an article about arizonans going for the olympics
in the aug-07 az republic

In Calgary, near the Bow River, is a small plaza that must have been built as part of the '88 Winter Olympics. Set in metal letters right into the stone surface of the plaza is this sentence:
"The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win,
but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle."

"The practice of sport is a human right. Every individual must have the possibility of
practising sport, without discrimination of any kind..."
- The Olympic Charter, Fundamental Principles of Olympism #4


更 快,更高,更强

John Zurek Fan Club!
zurek athens
Arizona's own John Zurek is in training for the US olympic team for 2008!
(so is Jay S., Bill P and a few others)
athens  BJ 2008

John Zurek Athlete Trust Fund,
c/o Athlete Trust Program,
US Olympic Shooting team,
USA Shooting
One Olympic Plaza,
Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Zurek won the Gold Medal in the Grand Canyon State Games in Olympic Style 10m Air Pistol

(olympic images owned by the olympic committee and used by permission)


A Morini CM162IE Olympic Grade Air Pistol

Thursday evenings ~6-9 PRGC INDOOR range, Olympic style 10m Air Pistol Shoot/practice & training.
International Centerfire & Olympic Womens Sport Pistol  2nd Tuesday
ISSF Standard Pistol 4th tuesdays
7pm at PRGC South Mountain

PRGC Monthly PTO in olympic Pistol events 3rd saturday
State Championships 17-18-Nov-07

Links to olympic shooting related organizations    the best forum for olympic shooting    2nd best   

vendors of equipment for olympic shooting


USA Shooting is recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) and the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) as the national governing body for the Olympic and international shooting sports in the United States. International shooting includes more than two-dozen different events for both men and women in four different disciplines; pistol, rifle, shotgun and running target. Seventeen of these events are currently part of the Olympic shooting sports program. USA Shooting trains and selects the USA Shooting Team, which represents the United States throughout the year in numerous major international competitions worldwide including the Olympic Games, World Championships, Pan American Games, Championships of the Americas and at ISSF World Cups. For more information, or full results from the Final Olympic Team Trials, please log on to

me at Ft Benning
USAS Shooting National Championships in Olympic Style Rifle shooting
Ft Benning, GA Jun 2004

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