Emmons first American to qualify in three shooting events
FORT BENNING, Ga. -- Matt Emmons became the first American to qualify for one Olympics in three shooting events, when he won the three-position competition at the U.S. trials on Monday.
Emmons, of Browns Mills, N.J., dominated the field in
three-position, a rifle event in which shots are fired while prone,
standing and kneeling. He finished with a score of 3,717.1 points,
more than 30 ahead of runner-up Mike Anti, of Winterville, N.C.
Fewer than 25 points separated Anti from the eighth-place ...
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