Olympics 2012: Meet Kim Rhode—the greatest U.S. Olympian ever

Olympics 2012: Meet Kim Rhode—the greatest U.S. Olympian ever

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    Olympics 2012: Meet Kim Rhode—the greatest U.S. Olympian ever

    On Sunday, Rhode went where no American has ever gone before. The Californian won a medal in an individual sport in a fifth straight Olympics.

    It was a gold in women’s skeet shooting.
    Olympics 2012: Meet Kim Rhode?the greatest U.S. Olympian ever - London Olympics 2012 - Sporting News
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    I saw that. Pretty cool story. She has a red Shelby Cobra kit car that she built for the ground up. Makes one proud.

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    You forgot to mention she also set the new Olympic Record by hitting 99 of 100 clays!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rstickle View Post
    You forgot to mention she also set the new Olympic Record by hitting 99 of 100 clays!!
    You beat me to it! She said in an interview that she has a goal now to hit 100 of 100 next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caertaker View Post
    I saw that. Pretty cool story. She has a red Shelby Cobra kit car that she built for the ground up. Makes one proud.
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    You forgot to mention she also set the new Olympic Record by hitting 99 of 100 clays!!
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    Outstanding shooting, also love that Cobra she built. Guess when she does something she does it right.
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    She's got some game! It's also good to see the shooting sports represented and get some national/international mention. Every little bit helps. Good for her.
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