Kim Rhode began shooting at the age of 10 and won Gold in Women's Skeet at the Junior World Championships when she was just 13. She is the first American individual athlete to win a medal in six consecutive Olympic Games. She is also the first Olympic shooter, male or female, to compete in all three shotgun events: trap, double trap and skeet. In 2016, she became the first American to qualify for the Olympic Games in five different continents. She is a six-time Olympic medalists and is training with the goal of competing in the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. She is a member of Safari Club International and an honorary lifetime member of the NRA. Her hobbies include collecting and restoring antique cars and first-edition children’s books.
- 6-time Olympic Medalist
- 33-time ISSF World Cup Gold Medalist
- 13-time ISSF World Cup Silver Medalist
- 12-time ISSF World Cup Bronze Medalist
- 2019 World Championships, Gold, Women's Skeet Team
- 2011 Pan American Games, Gold, Women's Skeet