National Sporting Clay Cup raises over $130,000 for USA Shooting Team

Despite Texas torrential downpours, the 4th Biennial National Sporting Clay Cup was a resounding success that netted over $130,000 for the USA Shooting Team. The three-day event which took place June 3-5, 2021, kicked off with a benefactor dinner at American Shooting Centers, with the shooting events relocated to Westside Sporting Grounds due to range flooding.  

This is an amazing example of teamwork with Westside Sporting Grounds stepping up and offering up their facilities and staff while coordinating with American Shooting Centers staff to host the shooting events," said Buddy DuVall, USA Shooting Chief Marketing Officer. “Without all the great support from the volunteers and everyone coming together it wouldn’t have been possible. We’re already looking forward to the 5th biennial clay cup next fall at American Shooting Centers. 

The past three iterations of the National Sporting Clay Cup have raised over $500,000 for USA Shooting and their National and Junior National Team Athletes. 

Over 300 attendees and 71 teams participated in the event alongside seven out of eight members of the United States Shotgun Olympic Team. This was the Team’s last event before they prepare to compete on the world’s biggest stage next month at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.