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Glenn Eller

EllerDate of Birth: 1/6/1982

Hometown: Houston, Texas

Event: Double Trap

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Personal
In 1996, Glenn was the first American to win the prestigious British Opening Sporting Clay title. He began shooting at eight years old under the direction of Jay Herbert. He has also trained with Olympian Dan Carlisle. Glenn enjoys hunting, golf and was also involved in track in high school. Staff Sergeant Glenn Eller is currently a member of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit stationed in Fort Benning, Georgia.

Earned a 2016 Olympic Team nomination in September 2015 through USA Shooting's Olympic Points system as a result of his sixth-place finish at the World Championships and backed by his gold-medal performance at World Cup Gabala in 2015.  Also had sixth and eighth place World Cup finishes in 2015. 

Eller became the first American male in the Shotgun discipline to make five Olympic Teams in his career. 

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Competition Highlights

  • 2016 Olympic Games, 14th Place
  • 2016 Fall Selection Champion
  • 2016 National Championships, Bronze Medalist
  • 2016 World Cup Rio, Bronze Medalist
  • 2015 World Championships, Sixth Place
  • 2015 World Cup Gabala, Gold Medalist
  • 2015 National Championships, Silver Medalist
  • 2015 Shotgun Team Selection, Gold Medalist
  • 2014 National Championships, Gold Medalist
  • 2014 Munich World Cup, Silver Medalist
  • 2014 World Championship, Fifth Place
  • 2013 World Cup Finals, Silver Medalist
  • 2013 Fall Selection, Gold Medalist
  • 2013 World Clay Target Championships, Gold Medalist
  • 2013 World Cup Final, Silver Medalist
  • 2013 World Cup Al Ain (UAE), 5th Place
  • 2013 National Championships, 4th Place
  • 2013 Spring Selection, Gold Medalist
  • 2012 Olympic Games, 22nd Place
  • 2012 World Cup London, 4th Place
  • 2011 Pan American Games, Gold Medalist
  • 2011 World Clay Target Championship, Bronze Medalist
  • 2010 National Championship Gold Medalist
  • 2009 World Cup Maribor, 4th Place
  • 2009 World Cup Minsk, 8th Place
  • 2008 Olympic Games, Gold Medalist
  • 2008 World Cup Final Minsk, 9th Place
  • 2008 World Cup Beijing, Silver Medalist
  • 2008 World Cup Suhl, 4th Place
  • 2008 World Cup Kerrville, 4th Place
  • 2007 World Cup Final Belgrade, Gold Medalist
  • 2007 World Cup Changwon, Gold Medalist
  • 2007 World Cup Maribor, Bronze Medalist
  • 2005 World Cup Changwon, Gold Medalist
  • 2005 World Cup Belgrade, 4th Place
  • 2004 Olympic Games, 17th Place
  • 2003 World Cup Nicosia, Gold Medalist
  • 2003 World Cup Perth, 4th Place
  • 2002 World Cup Lahti, Silver Medalist
  • 2002 World Cup Final Lonato, 4th Place
  • 2001 World Cup Cairo, 5th Place
  • 2001 World Cup Final Doha, Gold Medalist
  • 2001 World Cup Seoul, Gold Medalist
  • 2000 Olympic Games, 12th Place
  • 1999 World Cup Tampere, 4th Place

 

 

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