Kim Rhode isn’t easily rattled.
She competed against adults at 13 to win her first world title in the shooting sport of American skeet. She won an Olympic gold medal in double trap at the 1996 Atlanta Games five days after her 17th birthday, the youngest female Olympic shooting champion in the Games’ history, and returned to win bronze in 2000 and gold again in 2004.
May 23, 2011 | Helene Elliott via LA Times
Kim Rhode will be competing in the Olympic International Skeet event in 2012, where she hopes to break an Olympic record by winning five medals in five
different consecutive Olympic Games. She talks with Phil Bourjaily about her practice routine and prep work leading up to the London games.
January 26, 2012 | via Field & Stream