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Another Medal for Kim Rhode

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by timb99, Sep 21, 2010.

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  1. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    ISSF World Cup Final Izmir 2010

    Looks like the USA didn't bring a big contingent for this event. I think only 8 shooters.

    Kim Rhode was leading going into the final round, shot a 21 and finished with the silver. Another stellar performance by Kim Rhode. Amber English missed the final cut in a 3-way shoot-off for the 6th spot and finished 8th overall, and Haley Dunn finished one target behind her in 9th.

    Josh Richmond and Jeff Holguin both finished with 138's and did not qualify for the final round.

    Corey Cogdell finished 7th in Women's trap, missing out in a shoot-off to determine the 6th spot in the final round.

    USA shooters in men's skeet (Sean McLelland) and men's trap (John Mullins) finished out of contention.

    http://www.issf-sports.org/calendar/championship_schedule_by_discipline.ashx?cshipid=1057
     
  2. eightbore

    eightbore Well-Known Member

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    Is this John Mullins fellow a relation of I-Skeet great Al Mullins?
     
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    There is only one way to get to this event.... win a medal in a world cup event. In other words we won 8 medals in World Cups in the last year so the winners got to go.

    John Mullins is no relation to Al Mullins.

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  4. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    TBaber,

    That explains the low number of shooters.

    In that case, its obviously an honor just to be a participant, and even moreso a medalist!
     
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