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Corey Cogdell-Unrein Earns Gold in Women’s Trap at ISSF World Cup Series

The USA Shooting Shotgun Team wasted no time in picking right up where it left off in 2014. In Acapulco, Mexico for the start of the 2015 International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup series, Corey Cogdell-Unrein and Kayle Browning supplied the opening-day highlights Monday with a gold medal, a fourth-place finish and the most important reward of all, an Olympic quota in Women’s Trap.  Brian Burrows came through Tuesday with a finals entry and an eventual sixth-place finish.

The team is looking to build off an historic season that saw it earn16 World Cup and 11 World Championship medals along with three earned Olympic quotas. That goal got off to enthusiastic beginning when Cogdell-Unrein finished on top of the podium and earned an Olympic quota while Browning finished fourth after just missing out on the gold-medal match during a shoot-off with her teammate.

Corey Cogdell-Unrein

Two-time Olympian Corey Cogdell-Unrein got her and the USA Shooting Team’s season started right with a gold-medal at the ISSF Acapulco World Cup on Monday. (USA Shooting photo)

The ISSF World Cup in Acapulco goes through Saturday with competition set for Men’s Double Trap Thursday, followed by Men’s and Women’s Skeet Sunday and Monday.  Follow the action here or by following USA Shooting’s news feed here.

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