Olympian Kim Rhode talks recent victory, future plans (VIDEO)

01/23/17 7:17 AM | by

Guns.com caught up with Kim Rhode, one of the winningest U.S. Olympians and best proponents of the shooting sports. By reaching the Bronze podium at the 2016 Rio Olympics, Rhode set a pair of stunning records.  She became the first Olympian to medal on five different continents.  She is also now the only Summer Olympian to win an individual medal at six consecutive games.  And best of all, Rhode has no plans to retire her shotguns just yet.

She’s a mother, a competitor, a genuinely nice person, and was recently named a member of President Trump’s Second Amendment Coalition. Check it out as Rhode dishes on what her latest Olympic means, where she plans to go from here, and best of all, how she plans to use her voice as a successful shooter and woman in the gun industry.

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