The National Junior Olympic program provides competitions year-round for shooters to partake in. The program runs matches throughout the country, making it accessible for all interested juniors. Junior shooters are able to participate in State Competitions sanctioned by USA Shooting, allowing them the chance to receive an invitation to shoot at the National Junior Olympic Championships hosted by USA Shooting in Colorado Spring, Colorado. The program serves as an important element of our pipeline development system in promoting the shooting sports. Junior Olympic goals are to allow the skilled junior athletes to obtain National competitive experience for future development. The program also serves as an opportunity to appoint the top finishers to the National Junior Team.
The National Junior Olympic Rifle & Pistol program runs from fall to early spring, with the NJOSC held in April. The National Junior Olympic Shotgun program runs from late spring to mid-summer, with the NJOSC held in June.
For information or questions, please contact Tyler Anderson (Competitions Coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2013 NJOSC Shotgun Information
Host sites have now been determined! Click the link below to find one near you. A reminder that you must compete in a State Junior Olympic match in order to be eligible for the National Junior Olympic competition.
2013 National Junior Olympic registration will open on May 28th and will be on a first come first serve basis. Registration will be done through Railstation.
2013 NJOSC Rifle & Pistol Information
All invitations have now been sent for the 2013 NationalJunior Olympics. The list of those invited is now posted below!
If you need to ship air cylinders you may send them to the following address:USA ShootingC/O *Your name here*1 Olympic PlazaColorado Springs, CO 80909
After the competition you will be able to ship your cylinders back through USAS for a fee of $10. Shipping containers and all necessary materials will be provided.
**Please be sure to check with your airline before traveling out to Colorado. Numerous airlines (United, Frontier, etc.) will NOT allow a minor to travel with their rifle/pistol. The COS airport will not allow air cylinders to pass through security.
For those juniors invited, will you be needing a ride from the COS airport and back? If so, be sure you have arranged this prior to your arrival. If you get a ride on the shuttle without being signed up, you will be charged $25.00. If you have questions please email email@example.com
Round 2 Cut-off Scores:
Women's Air Pistol: J1-349. J2-333. J3-279
Men's Air Pistol: J1-530. J2-507. J3-451
Women's Air Rifle: J1-381. J2-377. J3-324
Men's Air Rifle: J1-569. J2-563. J3-502
Women's Smallbore: J1-564. J2-553. J3-488
Men's Smallbore: J1-563. J2-555. J3-510
Those staying on complex only:
2013 National Junior Olympic Schedules - Colorado Springs, CO