By Lars Dalseide | October 12 2011 13:40

The USA Young Eagles - Team Red - win the Under 25 Australia Match at the World Rifle Championships

Brisbane, Australia - England, South Africa, Canada and others have sent their best Long Range High Power Rifle shooters to Brisbane for the 2011 World Long Range Championship at the Belmont Shooting Complex. With individual and team competitions lined up through the 22nd of October, there's plenty of opportunities for our men and women from Camp Perry to put their mark on the international stage.

An early bright spot are the USA's Young Eagles Teams. That's the 25 and under group of American shooters who took first and third in the Australia Match. That's 10 shots a piece at 300, 600, 900 and 1,000 yards. With Team Red's Andy Doney, Kyle Liebetrau and Ken Littlefield along with Team Blue's Vikki Gaddie, Kelly Bachand and Ken Littlefield serving as Captains, Coaches and Managers, our guys and girls managed a first and third place finish. Congrats!

Australia Match
USA Young Eagles - Red
(pictured above courtesy of Dave Cloft)
  Brianna Rachinski 183-14X 
  Michael Storer 197-13X
  Trevor Massey 192-21X
  Josh Lehn 199-20x
  Waylon Burbach 195-22x

Team New Zealand 960-061X
  Bradley Palatchie 191-14X 
  Gareth Miller 190-09X
  Charlotte Flanagan 194-13X
  Andrew Whooley 195-16x
  Amy Hatcher 190-09x

USA Young Eagles - Blue 954-079X
  Abraham Kamerman 193-21X 
  Brian Landwehr 193-20X
  Emily Windmassinger 185-14X
  Jennifer Nyberg 196-14x
  Kyle Doney 187-10x


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