Four-time Olympian Kim Rhode won her first gold medal in International Double Trap at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. She was the youngest person to ever be on an Olympic shooting team, turning 17 years old just two days before the opening ceremonies. She won two more Olympic medals, a bronze (2000) and a gold (2004), before Double Trap was eliminated from the shooting roster in 2004. Switching to International Skeet, a difficult task for any star athlete, she returned to the 2008 Games in Beijing and won the silver. Other highlights from Rhode's career include eight World Cup gold medals in International Skeet (2007) and International Double Trap (1996–98, 2000, 2003), two gold medals at the Pan American Games in International Double ...

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