SCI Life Member Kim Rhode was selected to carry the American flag for the Team USA in the recent 2015 Pan American Games held in Toronto, Canada. Rhode was nominated by the members of the U.S. Pan American Shooting Team and chosen by a team vote. Continue reading Kim Rhode Selected as Team USA Flag Bearer
We recently caught up with Olympic Medalist Corey Cogdell at the 2014 World Cup to see how her training is going and what SCI means to her.
Olympic champion Kim Rhode is the newest American icon to be featured on a box of Winchester ammunition. Rhode joins the ranks of a very select few who have been pictured on Winchester ammunition packaging—John Wayne, Teddy Roosevelt and Oliver F. Winchester.
During the 2012 summer Olympics, Rhode won her third gold medal making her the first woman to hold three gold medals in sport shooting.
“Kim is an American hero and an inspiration to anyone with hopes and dreams,” said Brett Flaugher, Winchester Ammunition vice president of marketing and sales. “Kim’s career accomplishments are unmatched in Olympic competition and we’re proud to say that she shoots Winchester Ammunition.”
Winchester Ammunition is a longtime Rhode and USA Shooting Shotgun Team supporter. This year SCI also became a proud sponsor of Kim Rhode.
The commemorative box of AA target loads will hold the standard 25-rounds of 2 ¾-inch, No. 8 shot target shells. A portion of the proceeds from the limited edition release will be donated to USA Shooting.
SCI sponsored Olympic shooter Kim Rhode in the 2012 London Olympics. There, she became the first U.S. athlete to win five medals in five consecutive Olympic games. She also broke the Olympic record of shooting 99 out of 100 targets. Rhode, a Sables and SCI Life Member, sat down with SCI’s Publications Director, Steve Comus, at the 2012 Grand American to describe what it’s like to win an Olympic gold medal and what she’s planning for the future.