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Will Brown


BrownDate of Birth:
12/31/1991

Hometown: Twin Falls, Idaho

Event: Men's 10m Air Pistol; Men's 50m Free Pistol

Twitter: @WillsGotGuns

Personal
Shooting is a family passion of the Brown's as father (Dan), mother (Susan), brother (Wyatt) and Will all can be seen on the firing lines at USA Shooting matches across the country.  A tight-knit family, they also hunt and horseback together in the Sawtooth mountains near their Twin Falls home. 

As a kid, Will grew up shooting recreationally and hunting with his Dad. They would go shoot at the indoor club in town and there he met John Pitts, the International rifle coach from Kansas who convinced Will to try Air Rifle. Will jumped at the opportunity and started training and shooting PTOs in Blackfoot, Idaho at a club ran by Randy Shikashio. Randy got him to pick up an Air Pistol and it just kind of took off from there. 

Feature in USA Shooting News: Will Brown

Competition Highlights

  • 2016 Olympic Games, 10th place (Free Pistol), 12th place (Air Pistol)
  • 2016 World Cup Bangkok, Silver (Air Pistol)
  • 2016 World Cup Rio, Fifth Place (Air Pistol)
  • 2015 World Cup Munich, Fourth Place (Free Pistol)
  • 2015 World Cup Gabala, Seventh Place (Air Pistol)
  • 2015 World Cup Fort Benning, Seventh Place (Air Pistol)
  • 2015 Winter Airgun Chamipnship Champion
  • 2014 Championship of the Americas, Gold (Air Pistol) - Earned 2016 Olympic Quota for the U.S.
  • 2014 World Championship Team Member (Air Pistol)
  • 2013 World Cup USA, Gold Medalist in Air Pistol
  • 2013 World Cup Final, FIfth Place (Air Pistol)
  • 2013 National Championships, Silver Medalist (Air Pistol); Seventh (Free Pistol)
  • 2013 Bavarian Airgun Championships, Bronze Medalist
  • 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Fourth Place (Air Pistol); Seventh (Free Pistol)
  • 2011 Bavarian Airgun Championships, Junior Silver Medalist
  • 2010 Bavarian Airgun Championships, Junior Gold Medalist
  • Three-time Junior Olympic Champion in Air Pistol (2009-11)
  • 2009 Junior Olympic Champion (Free Pistol)
  • National Record Holder Junior Men's Air Pistol (585) 

 

 

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