Sarah, a Woburn, Massachusetts native, serves as the dietician/nutritionist for the Shaklee Pure Performance Team athletes. She is also a two-time competitor in the Summer Games, participating in the 10 meter Air Rifle event in London in 2012 and Rio in 2016. Her experience as an elite athlete and her status as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) make her perfectly suited to consult with Shaklee athletes on their nutritional needs. Sarah graduated from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, in 2013. She is based in Montana, and works in health coaching and sports nutrition. Her husband, Nathan, shares her interest in the shooting sports. Her hobbies include church ministries, mountaineering, physical fitness, and gardening. Sarah is related to Daniel Boone and Charles Spurgeon.
Sarah suffered through a debilitating lower back injury over a 15-month span in 2014 and 2015 that required two different surgeries and rendered her unable to train or compete. But in September of 2015 she resumed training in an effort to make the US Shooting Team for the Rio Games. She made the Team, surprising many at her quick recovery! This experience—and similar incidents of overcoming adversity—helped her become a passionate advocate for embracing the power of nutrition in sports and a healthy lifestyle.
Events: Women’s 10m Air Rifle, Women’s 50m Rifle Three Position Rifle
- 2016 Olympic Games, 8th Place (Air Rifle)
- 2016 World Cup Bangkok, Seventh Place (3-Position)
- 2016 World Cup Bangkok, Eighth Place (Air)
- 2015 Winter Airgun Championships / Olympic Team Trials Part I, Silver Medalist
- 2014 World Cup USA, Bronze Medalist (3-Position)
- 2014 Munich World Cup, 7th Place (Air)
- 2013 USA Shooting National Champion, Women’s Air Rifle
- 2013 USA National Championship, Bronze Medalist (3-Position)
- 2012 Olympic Games, 7th Place (Air Rifle)
- 2012 NCAA Championship, Individual Gold Medalist (3-Position), Bronze Medalist (Air)
- 2012 Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association’s Most Outstanding Athlete of the championships.
- 2011 World Cup Changwon, Gold Medalist (Air)
- 2010 World Championship, Gold Medalist and World Record (Team Junior 3-Position)
- 2010 World Championship, Silver Medalist (Individual Junior 3-Position)
- 2010 National Championship, Silver (3 Position), Gold Medalist (Air)
- 2010 NCAA Championship, Individual Gold Medalist (3-Position), 5th Place (Air)
- 2010 National Junior Olympic Championships, Silver (3-Position), Gold Medalist (Air)
- 2009 National Junior Olympic Championships, Bronze (3-Position), Silver Medalist (Air)
- 2008 National Junior Olympic Championships, Gold Medalist (Air)