The 2023, 56th Annual Daisy National BB Gun Championship Match wrapped up Sunday night July 9, naming the new National Champion BB Team and the Individual National Champion. But the new titles are just a part of this family friendly event. The “Daisy Nationals” is three days of fun and competition for all involved. “To […]
The Daisy National BB Gun Championship Match (Daisy Nationals) brings teams of youth ages 8 to 15 from around the country to the Rogers Convention Center to compete for the National Championship of BB Gun Shooting. This 5-meter, 4-position NRA-sanctioned match is in its 56th year of competition and crowns Individual and Team National Champions.
Award-winning marksman Bremen Butler got a first glimpse into her successful future in the basement of her Fort Wayne, Indiana, home. It was there she learned a girl has a place on the range.
Results are in for Round 2 of the American Legion’s Three-Position Postal event! The tournament offers those sporter and precision competitors affiliated with an American Legion Post the opportunity to test their marksmanship abilities in competition with other juniors throughout the nation. The course of fire for the tournament includes 60 shots for record at […]
The top athletes have been determined for the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) Three-Position Regional Air Rifle Championship! The event was held in April at CMP’s own air gun competition centers in Ohio and Alabama as well as through the use of CMP’s mobile electronic range in Utah.
If you’re a junior interested in learning more about rifle marksmanship, there’s still room within the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) Junior Rifle Camps!
Each year, the CMP hosts a series of hands-on, informative Junior Rifle Camps for high school age students and coaches during the summer months. Participants in the camps receive valuable lessons on intermediate and advanced marksmanship skills through various exercises and demonstrations, all led by current collegiate rifle athletes.
When it comes to marksmanship, Kenlee Ewton, 18, of Soddy Daisy, Tenn., is all in. She’s a regular at the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) Monthly Matches, an indoor competition series for air rifle and air pistol athletes. The event is held each month at the CMP’s own air gun ranges, the Gary Anderson CMP Competition Center in Ohio and the Judith Legerski CMP Competition Center in Alabama.
Danjela (Jordan) de Jesus, 17, of the Camden County High School Navy JROTC in Georgia is a national champion. At the 2023 JROTC National Three-Position Championship, she not only led the precision air rifle class but finished a perfect run – attaining the leading scores in all three phases of the competition series.
On March 25, 2023, the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) will host the JROTC Three-Position National Championships awards ceremony – recognizing the top sporter and precision air rifle JROTC teams and individuals from across the country.
I will start with the fact that I am biased about the athlete this article pertains to; however, I am writing this as her coach, not her father. This article is about work ethic and how an 8-year-old decided what she wanted to do with her life and has worked every day to make that dream come true. She has one vision to shoot in the NCAA and the Olympics. WVU Rifle, please pay attention!