By Kerrin Brinkman | October 15 2011 08:25

The group of women who represented Team USA at the IPSC World Shoot

The women who represented the USA at the IPSC World Shoot. Photo courtesy of Julie Golob 

Yesterday we filled you in on how America's male competitors brought home 32 medals from the IPSC World Shoot earlier this month in Rhodes, Greece. But the ladies who represent the US of A also had an incredible showing, bringing home seven individual medals and three team medals. Here's a breakdown of how our girls did on the other side of globe:




Overall Silver - Megan Francisco Overall Silver- Julie Golob Overall Gold - Randi Rogers
Overall Bronze - Jessie Harrison  Overall Bronze - Sarah Dunivin Overall Silver - Tori Nonaka
Team Gold -Francisco, Rebecca Jones, Athena Lee, Kay Miculek Team Gold - Golob, Dunivin, Kippi Leatham, Maggie Reese Overall Bronze - Lisa Munson
    Team Gold - Rogers, Nonaka, Munson, Carina Randolph

Just like the guys who shot for Team USA, there were plenty of ladies who NRAblog is very familiar with. We've got our Friends of NRA TV host and NRA Bianchi Cup Ladies Champion Jessie Harrison coming home with a medal, and other Team Glock Bianchi Cup favorites Randi Rogers and Tori Nonaka. Then we have our ladies from season past of Top Shot Athena Lee and the multi-talented Maggie Reese who competed at the Bianchi Cup and is a regular on the 3-gun circuit. Great work, ladies! I'm sure you'll be seeing more of these names on NRAblog this year!


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