Jason Parker

Jason Parker

Date of Birth: 6/27/1974

Hometown: Omaha, Neb.

Events: Men’s 50m Three-Position & Prone Rifle

Personal
Sergeant First Class Jason Parker began shooting in 1988. In 1992, he graduated from Bryan High School in Omaha, Neb. He graduated from Xavier University in 1996 and majored in Psychology. Jason then joined the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit in 1997. Jason’s hobbies include hunting, fishing and competing in triathlons. He also enjoys soccer and golf.  Jason and his wife, Andrea, have two sons, Tommy and Wyatt.

Competition Highlights

  • 2013 USA Shooting National Champion in Three-Position
  • 2013 National Championships, Silver Medalist (Prone)
  • 2012 World Cup Finals, Gold Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2012 Olympic Games, 30th Place (3 Position)
  • 2012 World Cup Milan, Gold Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2012 World Cup London, 10th Place (3 Position)
  • 2011 Pan American Games, Gold Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2011 Pan American Games, Bronze Medalist (Prone)
  • 2011 National Championship, Gold Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2011 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Prone)
  • 2010 World Cup Final, 4th Place (3 Position)
  • 2010 World Championship, 10th Place (3 Position)
  • 2010 World Cup USA, Silver Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2009 National Championship, Gold Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2009 National Championship, Bronze Medalist (Prone)
  • 2008 Olympic Games, 22nd Place (3 Position)
  • 2008 Olympic Games, 23rd Place (Air)
  • 2008 National Championship, Silver Medalist (Air)
  • 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials, 1st Place (3 Position), 2nd Place (Air)
  • 2007 Pan American Games, Gold Medalist (Air and 3 Position)
  • 2007 National Championship, Gold Medalist (3 Position), Silver (Air)
  • 2007 Rocky Mountain Rifle Championship, Silver Medalist (Air and 3 Position)
  • 2007 National Championship, Gold Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2006 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Air)
  • 2005 World Cup Changwon, Gold Medalist & Equaled World Record (Air)
  • 2004 Olympic Games, 8th Place (Air)
  • 2003 Pan American Games, Gold Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2003 National Championship, Gold Medalist (3 Position and Air)
  • 2003 World Cup Munich, Gold Medalist (Air) World Record
  • 2002 World Championship, Gold Medalist (Air), Team Bronze (Air)
  • 2002 World Cup USA, Gold Medalist (Air)
  • 2002 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Air), Silver (3 Position)
  • 2001 Championship of the Americas, Silver Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2001 World Cup Milan, Gold Medalist (3 Position)
  • 2000 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Air)
  • 2000 Olympic Games, 5th Place(Air)
  • 1999 National Championship, Gold Medalist (Air), Bronze (3 Position)
  • 1998 World Cup Munich, Gold Medalist (Air), Two World Records
  • 1998 World Cup Milan, Silver Medalist (Air)
  • 1998 National Championship, Bronze Medalist (Air)
  • 1998 U.S. Olympic Committee Shooter of the Year and USA Shooting Male Rifle Athlete of the Year
National Shooting Sports Foundation