Corey Cogdell

Corey Cogdell

Krieghoff Olympic Pro Staff

Hometown:  U.S. Olympic Training Village, Colorado Springs, CO

Krieghoff Gun: K-80 Sporter – 30″ O/U

Career Highlights:

  • 2016 Olympic Games Rio De Janeiro – Women’s Trap Bronze Medal
  • 2016 ISSF World Cup San Marino – Women’s Trap Silver Medal
  • 2016 Spring Selection – Qualified for Olympic Team
  • 2015 ISSF World Cup Gabala – Women’s Trap Bronze Medal
  • 2015 ISSF World Cup Acapulco – Women’s Trap  Gold Medal
  • 2014 National Championships – Gold Medal
  • 2013 ISSF World Cup Granada – Women’s Trap Bronze Medal
  • 2012 ISSF World Cup Tucson – Women’s Trap Gold Medal
  • 2010 CAT Games –  Women’s Trap Gold Medal
  • Selected for 2011 USA Shooting World Clay Target Team
  • 2010 Fall Selection Match – Women’s Trap Champion
  • 2009 Shotgun Fall Selection, 2nd place, qualifying for a spot on the 2010 World Championship team
  • 2009 National Championships, 1st place
  • 2008 Olympic bronze medalist
  • 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Shooting (Shotgun), first place in Women’s Trap, qualifying for a spot on the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team

Shooting Tip:  In the shooting sports everyone has the same opportunity to be successful if you have the desire so have a dream, have a set of goals and a plan to achieve those goals.”

Other Information:  Corey is currently living at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. as a resident athlete.

Beyond the shooting range, she has a wide range of interests. Corey played basketball in grade school and was a competitive skier as a teen. Most recently, she began to climb under the hood and rebuild cars. She can add gears, take apart the transmission and even build the suspension.

In her free time, Corey enjoys riding motorcycles, rock climbing, hunting, fishing and downhill skiing.

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