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As a 20-year-old competitive shooter, McKenna Dahl’s biggest goal was to go to the Paralympic Games and represent the USA. The Arlington, WA, native didn’t disappoint—winning a bronze medal (Mixed 10m Air Rifle Prone SH2) at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janiero, Brazil—becoming the first woman ever to medal in Paralympic shooting for the U.S team.

 

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by John Parker - Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Dahl’s bronze medal win marks the first U.S. Paralympic Games medal in shooting since Dan Jordan won silver in men’s 3-position rifle in 2004. Some history: Roger Withrow—the only U.S. Paralympic Games gold medal winner in shooting—won the Air Rifle Prone event in 1984.

 

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