Janessa Beaman

Janessa Beaman

Krieghoff Olympic Pro Staff

Hometown:  Elbert, CO

Krieghoff Gun: K-80 30″ Pro-Sporter #6 Monte Carlo

Career Highlights:

International Trap

  • 2016 Third Place Olympics Trials
  • 2015 USA Spring Selection Match (First Half Olympic Trials) – Tucson, AZ – Gold Medalist
  • 2015 USA National Championships – Colorado Springs, CO – Bronze Medalist
  • 2014 | Finished as the 5th Ranked Woman in the World (Highest of any USA Trap Competitor) while winning more International medals in a single year than any USA woman trap shooter has in history
  • 2014 – World Cup Finals – Gabala, Azerbaijan – Silver Medalist (First and only USA woman trap shooter in history to medal at the World Cup Final) (73/75)
  • 2014 – World Cup Munich, Germany – Silver Medalist (73/75)
  • 2014 – CAT Games – Guadalajara, Mexico – Silver Medalist (71/75)
  • 2014 – CAT Games – Guadalajara, Mexico – Team Gold Medal Setting New USA Record and Exceeding the World Record (216/225) (Ashley Carroll, Caitlyn Weinheimer, Janessa Beaman)
  • 2014 ESP Grand Prix – Granada, Spain – Silver Medalist (73/75)
  • 2014 USA Fall Selection Match – Tillar, Arkansas – Silver Medalist
  • 2014 USA Spring Selection Match – Kerrville, Texas – Bronze Medalist
  • 2012 USA National Championships – Colorado Springs, CO – Bronze Medalist
  • 2011 World Championships – Belgrade, Serbia – Junior Gold Medalist (Junior World Champion)
  • 2011 World Championships – Belgrade, Serbia – Junior Team Gold Medalist (Janessa Beaman , Miranda Wilder, Ashley Carroll )
  • 2011 USA National Championships – Colorado, Springs, CO – Junior Bronze Medalist
  • 2011 USA Junior Olympics – Colorado Springs, CO – Silver Medalist
  • 2011 USA Spring Selection Match – Tucson, AZ – Silver Medalist
  • 2010 USA Fall Selection Match – Kerrville, Texas – Junior Gold Medalist
  • 2009 USA Junior Olympics – Colorado Springs, CO – Silver Medalist

ATA Trap

  • 4-Time ATA All-American (Has made All-American team every time met target requirements) including current year first team
  • 2008 ATA Rookie of the Year
  • Only woman in ATA history to make the 27-yard line in her first year of shooting (took 10 months)
  • Only woman in ATA history to be named to the All-American team in her first year of shooting.
  • 3rd Ranked Woman in ATA All-Around Average for 2015
  • 4th Ranked Woman in ATA All-Around Average for 2014

 

  • Shooting Tip: “Every day can’t be your best day, but you can try your best every day and champions don’t beat themselves.”
  • Other Information: four-time ATA All-American Team member.  Named to the Women’s International Trap Team. Only woman in ATA history to make the 27 Yard line during her first year of competition and only woman to be named to the ATA All-American Team in her first year of competition.
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