Daryl Szarenski

SzarenskiDate of Birth: 3/14/1968

Hometown: Seale, Ala.

Events: Men’s 10m Air Pistol, Men’s 50m Free Pistol

Personal
Sergeant First Class Daryl Szarenski of the U.S. Army's World Class Athlete Program began shooting in 1979 when his father enrolled him in a junior shooting program. He studied Industrial Technology at Tennessee Tech University on a rifle scholarship, where he was a member of both the pistol and rifle teams. His brother Dan was an All-American rifle shooter at West Point from 1976-79. Daryl continued his course of study at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. He enjoys fishing. Daryl is married to Amy, a former member of the National Pistol Team as well.  Veteran pistol shooter Daryl Szarenski is a two-time Olympian who claimed the bronze medal at the “Good Luck Beijing” 2008 ISSF World Cup, which was the first World Cup medal won by a U.S. shooter in Men’s 50m Free Pistol since 2000.

Competition Highlights

  • 2012 Olympic Games, 23rd Place (Air), 28th Place (Free)
  • 2012 World Cup London, 7th Place (Free)
  • 2011 Pan American Games, Silver Medalist (Free)
  • 2011 Pan American Games, Gold Medalist (Air)
  • 2010 World Cup Final, Gold Medalist (Free)
  • 2010 World Championship, 6th Place (Free)
  • 2010 World Cup USA, Silver Medalist (Free)
  • 2010 World Cup Sydney, Bronze Medalist (Free)
  • 2010 World Cup Belgrade, 4th Place (Air)
  • 2010 World Cup Beijing, Gold Medalist (Air and Free)
  • 2008 Olympian, 13th Place (Free)
  • 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials, 2nd Place (Free)
  • 2008 Beijing World Cup, Bronze Medalist (Free)
  • 2007 Pan American Games, Silver Medalist (Free)
  • 2004 Olympian, 13th Place (Air), 15th Place (Free)
  • 2000 Olympian, 25th Place (Free)
  • 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials, 1st Place (Air)
  • 2003 Pan American Games, Gold Medalist (Free)
  • 2003 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Free)
  • 2003 National Championship, Silver Medalist (Air)
  • 2003 Spring Selection, Gold Medalist (Air), Bronze (Free)
  • 2002 Fall Selection, Gold Medalist (Free), Silver (Air)
  • 2002 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Free)
  • 2002 World Championship, 7th Place (Air), 13th Place (Free)
  • 2002 National Championship, Bronze Medalist (Air)
  • 2001 Championship of the Americas, Silver Medalist (Air)
  • 2000 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Free)
  • 1999 Pan American Games, Gold Medalist (Air), Silver (Free)
  • 1999 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Free)
  • 1998 World Championship, 4th Place (Free)
  • 1998 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Air), Silver (Free)
  • 1998 Male Pistol Athlete of the Year
  • 1997 Male Pistol Athlete of the Year
  • 1995 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Free), Silver (Air)
  • 1994 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Air), Silver (Free)
  • 1993 National Championship, Silver Medalist (Air)
  • 1989-1991 Three-Time All-American (Air and Free)

 

 

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