Lauryn Mark

  • Name : Lauryn Annyn Mark
  • Sport : Clay Target Shooting
  • Event : Skeet
  • Sponsor : Beretta
  • Minor Sponsor : Bolle` Safety
  • Email : lauryn@goshooting.com.au
  • Occupation: Company Director – Go Shooting
Major International Results:
  • Olympian : 2004, 2012 Major International Results:
  • 1998 World Cup Grand Prix Women’s Bronze Medal – USA
  • 1999 Australian Grand Prix Women’s Champion – Brisbane
  • 1999 United States National Open Women’s Champion
  • 1999 Australian National Open Women’s Champion
  • 2000 Australian Grand Prix Women’s Champion – Brisbane
  • 2000 World Cup Finalist – Sydney
  • 2000 World Cup Finalist – Italy
  • 2000 World Cup Finalist – Cyprus
  • 2001 Australian Grand Prix Open Champion – Brisbane
  • 2001 World Cup Finalist – Seoul
  • 2001 World Cup Finalist – Qatar
  • 2001 Australian National Open Women’s Champion
  • 2002 Australian National Open Women’s Champion
  • 2002 World Cup Grand Prix Champion – Sydney
  • 2002 Commonwealth Games Pairs Champion – Manchester
  • 2002 Commonwealth Games Champion – Manchester
  • 2003 Australian National Women’s Champion
  • 2003 World Cup Finalist – Perth
  • 2003 World Cup Finalist – Granada
  • 2003 World Cup Final Silver Medal – Rome
  • 2004 Australian National Women’s Champion
  • 2005 Commonwealth Shooting Federation Champion – Melbourne
  • 2006 Commonwealth Games Pairs Champion – Melbourne
  • 2006 Commonwealth Games Silver Medallist – Melbourne
  • 2008 Australian National Women’s Champion
  • 2009 Australian National Women’s Champion
  • 2010 Australian National Women’s Champion
Summary
Lauryn Mark

In 1999 Lauryn Mark created history by becoming the youngest competitor ever to win the United States Open Women’s Skeet Championship. This win underlined the enormous potential she had shown since first competing as an eleven-year-old in her native California in the United States. Her National Championship also aroused the attention of the Worlds largest firearm manufacturer, the Italian Company Beretta, who have now signed this modern day “Annie Oakley” to a long term contract.

Lauryn’s first International competition for the United States was in 1997 at the World Championships in Peru. Since then she has competed with distinction at competitions in Italy, Spain, USA, Australia, England, Finland, Cyprus, Egypt, Korea and Qatar.

Lauryn has now completed her shooting career for the USA and is now pursuing her goals as an Australian. The 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester was Lauryn’s first real test competing for her newly adopted country. She came through with flying colours winning both the Teams and Individual Gold Medals. In the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne she neared duplicating her performance four years earlier but after a sudden-death shoot-off for four positions she managed to secure an Individual Silver Medal and a Gold Medal in the teams event. Her return from the Athens Olympics with a respectable fourth place finish only one target short of what was needed to shoot-off for the Olympic Silver Medal and Olympic Bronze Medal and narrowly missing selection for the Beijing Olympic Team spurred her on to the London 2012 Olympics.

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