The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) Rangetime podcast gives a recap of news in the SCTP and SASP youth shooting sports programs. Additional interviews from athletes, coaches, sponsors, and others provides content you can't find anywhere else!
S2 E7: The Multi-Discipline Athlete
We are joined by Scott Lueders a parent and a coach, as well as his daughter, SCTP and SASP athlete of many years, Bailey Lueders. Bailey is 2021's runner up in the Top Gun Challenge two years in a row and that makes her the dominating female athlete as well. Multi-discipline athletes at Nationals compete in Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays, Iron sight pistol (Rimfire or Centerfire), fastest rifle time, and 1911 with their scores from each event being compiled to calculate the Top Gun Challenge Champion.
S2 E6: TETRA at 2022 Nationals
Back with another podcast to catch up with SCTP sponsor, TETRA Hearing. Now in their 3rd year as a program sponsor and vendor on site at Nationals, we talk about the nature of the partnership and what is new for hearing performance technology.
S2 E5: Nationals with Amy and Abby
In this episode we catch up with previous podcast guests, Abby Jackley and Amy Cawley, who are at the National Championships. As the largest youth shooting event in the world, we discuss the scope of Nationals and what the experience is like for athletes and their families.
S2E4: US National Team
In this episode, we recap SASP Collegiate Nationals and SCTP International Team Members share their stories of qualifying for their respective US National Teams.
S2 E3: Junior Shooters Magazine
In this episode, we review upcoming events and fundraising efforts for youth shooting sports. Our interview for the episode is with SASP Athlete and Junior Shooter Magazine writer, Abby Jackley. We discuss her first visit to SHOT Show as a media representative and her plans for the future!
S2 E2: Reload for 2022
In this month's episode, we review the Reload for 2022 campaign as we approach the final two weeks of fundraising for youth shooting sports teams. Last year's campaign collectively produced over $600,000 to benefit youth shooting teams, providing immediate funds AND sustaining resources to their MidwayUSA Foundation team endowment account to benefit teams FOREVER.