This is Vera Koo’s first column in a six-part series that is inspired by the writings in her memoir, which will be published later this year.
Professional competition shooter Vera Koo delves into the zen of shooting and other topics.
In this Retro WON, competition shooter Vera Koo describes how she applies the philosophy of Sun Tzu to her life.
Vera Koo inspires us to try performing one act of kindness for someone every day for a week, read why in her column at The WON.
Vera Koo gives us a peek into her personal life, and shares a bit of what we will find in the book she is writing.
Vera Koo started competing in more local and state matches. Learn why she decided to add these competitions to her schedule.
Vera Koo explains why we need more female instructors and gunsmiths.
The ever lovely and inspiring Vera Koo shares with us her personal Mt. Everest.
Vera Koo shares how she keeps her body fueled with proper nutrition and maintained by steady exercise.
The lovely Vera Koo shares with us what competition gear she recommends for those interested in competing in the Bianchi Cup.
Find out why Vera Koo loves to compete in the prestigious Bianchi Cup Match.
Vera Koo describes why she feels it is time to retire from competition shooting. But don’t worry … she’s not fading away. Find out what she’s going to do with her time.
Vera Koo spells out why you absolutely must compete at several shooting tournaments before attempting to shoot at the Bianchi Cup.
Want to be inspired today? Find out why Vera Koo credits her struggle to learn to windsurf to her success in shooting — and all other sport challenges between the two.
Inspiration. Vera Koo describes how she believes God’s plan is evident, even in the aftermath of injuries. She also reveals what the future might hold.
She’s back (again)! Vera Koo describes not only how, but also, why she chose to come back to shooting at the Bianchi Match this year.
She will not a let a torn ACL keep her down. Find out what happened and why Vera Koo is determined to come back to the shooting sports, sooner — rather than later!
Take a trip to India with Vera Koo — from camels to marble to the world’s largest laundromat.
Vera Koo never lets the grass grow under her feet. Find out how she prepared to visit India. A 3-part series.
Vera Koo didn’t become a world champion competition shooter at an early age. Read about her journey.
Vera Koo explains how an ancient Chinese ideology pertains to shooting and Puccini.