By Kerrin Brinkman | April 20 2011 11:29

Marcus Raab, the NRA National Coach Trainer for both Rifle and Pistol, has been named as a new Assistant National Rifle Coach by USA Shooting, the National governing body for Olympic Shooting Sports. Raab, who is well-know in the shooting community as top-notch coach dedicated to helping junior shooters achieve their goals, has been with NRA since 2000. Here's what USA Shooting had to say about Raab and his fellow Assisant National Coaches: 

USA Shooting Announces Assistant National Coaches

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Shooting is pleased to announce the new Assistant National Coaches. The Assistant National Coaches work alongside the National Coaches to help develop junior talent, support National Team members and promote the shooting sports.

USA Shooting logo The Assistant National Rifle Coaches are Marcus Raab, Thomas Tamas and Ernie Vande Zande. Raab, the National Coach Training for Rifle and Pistol for the National Rifle Association, has been a key developer and instructor in the National Coach Development Staff program that has led to a tremendous increase in coaching knowledge and skills from the grass roots level on up. Raab also has a long competitive background in multiple events and training education from around the world. Raab, a regular contributor for USA Shooting News, is very focused on the next generation of Olympic Champions. National Rifle Coach Major Dave Johnson credits Raab for much of the junior team’s success over several years, which culminated in the 2010 gold medal World Championship performance by the junior women’s smallbore team.

Congratulations, Marcus! Read the complete USA Shooting's press release here.

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