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Kim Rhode

Kim Rhode's Olympic performances have rippled not just across the shooting community, but all sports. Kim is the first individual athlete ever to medal in six straight Summer Olympics, winning three gold, one silver and two bronze in double trap and skeet shooting. Her first appearance was at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Games, where she won gold in double trap and became the youngest female gold medalist in Olympic shooting history—just five days after her 17th birthday. One of the most celebrated female shooters of all time, Kim is a 22-time World Cup medalist, 14-time USA Shooting National Champ, along with countless other achievements. Kim says she's taking things "one Olympics at a time," but it’s probably a safe bet to say that we’ll see her in Tokyo in 2020.

Kim Rhode's Olympic performances have rippled not just across the shooting community, but all sports. Kim is the first individual athlete ever to medal in six straight Summer Olympics, winning three gold, one silver and two bronze in double trap and skeet shooting. Her first appearance was at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Games, where she won gold in double trap and became the youngest female gold medalist in Olympic shooting history—just five days after her 17th birthday. One of the most celebrated female shooters of all time, Kim is a 22-time World Cup medalist, 14-time USA Shooting National Champ, along with countless other achievements. Kim says she's taking things "one Olympics at a time," but it’s probably a safe bet to say that we’ll see her in Tokyo in 2020.