Olympic Dreams Charity Mock War This Weekend.
Olympic Dreams Charity Mock
Caitlin Connor is going to be competing in the World Cup Final coming up in the next few months. This is her stepping stone to qualify for the Olympic Team for the summer games that will be held in London in 2012. She has been an avid shooter most of her life and she is currently ranked 4th in the world standings for Women’s Skeet.
All MW families are welcome to participate and individually or as a group make a donation in any denomination to join in the mock war and to help Caitlin meet her incurring cost of $2,500. Our goal is to raise $600. There will be games and trivia and a variety of PRIZES!!!! throughout the event. Please join us in the fun as we support an Olympian hopeful reach her dream.
Event is for 24 hours~May 14th 4pm est to May 15th 4pm est
Please join the page at:
Information for donations to PayPal are posted there.
Thank you very much and see you on the battlefield!
Women’s Skeet was a battle between Resident Athletes Caitlin Connor and Jaiden Grinnell. Grinnell was leading by two targets after the first day of competition, but lost her stride as she shot a 42/50 in day two. Connor’s strong performance left her with a five target lead heading into the final, which she maintained throughout with a strong 25 target final. Connor, the gold medalist, finished at 144 targets and Grinnell, the silver medalist, scored 139 targets. The bronze medalist was Morgan Craft at 136 targets. The high J2 shotgunner was Brandy Drozd at 106 targets. Drozd also finished fourth in the open division. The silver medalist, and new to the podium, was Riley Moody at 97 targets. In third was Brianne Radulovich at 96 targets. http://www.ammoland.com/2010/07/26/national-junior-olympic-shooting-championships-shotgun-report/