Morgan Craft

Bio Morgan Craft is the reigning World Champion, and currently ranked #2 in the world in Skeet Shooting. “I’ve never been one to be motivated by external rewards,” said Morgan. “I believe in self-motivation and I thrive on challenging situations.” Shaklee products will help Morgan achieve her goals: “The Shaklee supplements and vitamins have pure…

Katy Emmons

Twitter A shot at love BioAchievementsMore With five shooting medals between her and her husband, Katy knows something about sports success. But it was disappointment in a performance at the highest level in sports that brought them together. At the 2004 Athens Games her future husband had been leading his competition with one shot left…

Keith Sanderson

Related Article Video He pulled the trigger on success BioAchievementsMore In 1996, Keith Sanderson was the type of US Marine who wanted to be the best at everything—and the Marine Corps, he said, “puts a big emphasis on marksmanship.” So he practiced. A lot. “I got to where I was the best (pistol shooter) in…

Matt Emmons

Twitter Related Article His sights are always set on gold BioAchievementsMore New Jersey native Matt Emmons has been around guns his entire life—many of the men in his family were avid hunters, as was Matt. But it wasn’t until he was introduced to an FBI firearms instructor at age 14 that Matt’s hobby became his…

Jamie (Gray) Corkish

Facebook A very straight shooter BioAchievementsMore Pennsylvania native Jaime Gray’s road to 2012 gold began when she was a youngster—shooting in a BB gun program when she was 8. As time moved on, athletics continued to play a major role in Jamie’s life: she also played high-school varsity soccer, basketball, and softball, in addition to…

Corey Cogdell

Website Facebook Twitter Top shot BioAchievementsMore For Corey Cogdell, making history is a blast. At the 2008 Beijing Summer Games, the Alaska native became the first American woman to medal in the sport of trap (shotgun) shooting—a mere two years after she began competing in 2006. She started earning medals in 2007, placed first against…

Suzanne Stettinius

Instagram One day—five sports BioAchievementsMore Suzanne represented the US in the 2012 London Games as a competitor in the modern pentathlon—an intense one-day performance of equestrian skills on an unfamiliar horse, fencing, running, shooting, and swimming designed to highlight the skills a nineteenth century solider would need to survive behind enemy lines. She first competed…