Rhode visited with Hillsdale College Shooting Sports Team and toured the College’s Shooting Sports Education Center. Rhode is the first Summer Olympian to win an individual medal at six consecutive Summer Games.
HILLSDALE, Mich. – Six-time Olympic medalist and USA Shooting Team member Kim Rhode visited Hillsdale College on May 11. Rhode, the first summer Olympian to win six medals in six consecutive Olympic Games, met with Hillsdale’s national championship-winning shotgun team.
Hillsdale College’s Shooting Sports Team, which has won the last four Division III national titles in clay target shooting, performed a demonstration at the John A. Halter Shooting Sports Education Center, during which Rhode offered pointers and advice on shooting and the perseverance needed to achieve your dreams.
“Hillsdale is a fantastic place where everyone is likeminded—very much about the Constitution, very much about the Second Amendment and shooting and heritage sports,” said Rhode. “It’s a wonderful place for kids to go to college, learn about all of those things, and better themselves.”
Rhode began her competitive career at the age of 10 and is now the most successful Olympic female shooter in history, amassing 14 national …Read the Rest