Kimberly RHODE

United States of America (USA) nation flag

Gender
Female
Birthday
16.07.1979
Age
40 years 4 months 27 days
Residence
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Height
165 cm
Weight
59 kg
Profession
Student

Club
Redlands Trap & Skeet, Oaktree Gun Club, PRado
Start of competing
1990
Practising shooter since
1990
Personal Coach
Richard Rhode (father)
National Coach
James Graves
Handedness
right
Master Eye
left
Place of birth
Whittier, CA, USA
Hometown
El Monte, CA, USA
Marital status
married
Events
TR75, DT120, SK125W, SK75, SKMIX
Children:
1
Higher education
College
Hobbies
Hunting, surfing, dancing, cooking
Languages
English

Current World Rank
3

Latest news about this athlete

She has done it again! 21st World Cup Gold for Kimberly Rhode

USA's Kimberly Rhode continued her winning streak by winning gold in the Skeet Women's Final in Changwon.

10.05.2019

Rhode claims Skeet gold in Tucson. “I will try to shoot Trap and Mixed Team at the Games”

Kim Rhode beat her teammate Connor to finished atop of Tucson’s world cup skeet podium. Next goal: to shoot Trap and Trap Mixed Team, trying to compete in all three shotgun events at Tokyo 2020.

12.07.2018

Kimberly Rhode beats own world record to win Skeet gold in Changwon

Finishing atop of the podium with 3 targets of advantage on her followers, the US champion claimed the second world cup gold medal of the season in a row.

28.04.2018

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The United States nail another medal-combo with Kimberly Rhode and Caitlin Connor

The 38-year-old athlete won her 11th World Cup gold in the Skeet Women event, walking on top of the podium alongside her friend and teammate Caitlin Connor, who took silver. It’s the second double for the United States shooting team, after the one signed by Ashley Connor and Aeriel Alease Skinner in the women’s Trap final.

10.03.2018

Kimberly Rhode pockets her second consecutive ISSF crystal globe in New Delhi

The United States’ Skeet shooter emerged from a never-ending shoot-off against the current Olympic Champion, Diana Bacosi of Italy, after they both equaled the World Record. United States’ reigning World Champion Dania Jo Vizzi completed the podium and took 3rd place.

25.10.2017

Wei Meng steals the show in Larnaka, beating Rhode to win the women’s Skeet final

Rio 2016 finalist Wei Meng of the People’s Republic of China claimed the women’s Skeet Gold with two targets of advantage over favorite Kimberly Rhode of USA.

30.04.2017

Kimberly Rhode goes double figures, clinches her 10th World Cup Gold in women’s Skeet

The legendary United States’ shooter keeps dominating the women’s Skeet event, securing her third consecutive Gold medal after the ones she won at the 2016 ISSF World Cup Final in Rome (ITA) and at the first World Cup stage of the season in New Delhi (IND).

25.03.2017

Kimberly Rhode picks up where she left off, secures her 9th Skeet Women Gold in New Delhi

The Californian shooter prevailed over Sutiya Jiewchaloemmit of Thailand, who claimed the Silver medal, while first-time final participant Chloe Tipple of New Zealand secured the Bronze. The ISSF World Cup Stage 1 in will close tomorrow with the Skeet Men final.

01.03.2017

Kimberly Rhode becomes the new Skeet Women world cup champion in Rome

The six-time Olympic medalist from USA sealed the victory with a perfect score of 16 hits in the gold medal match, leaving behind her two Italian Olympic champions.

12.10.2016

Italy’s Bacosi and Cainero claim Skeet Gold and Silver, USA’s Rhode wins record 6th medal

Italy triumphed at the Olympic Shooting Centre in Deodoro today, thanks to the first-time Olympian Bacosi and to the 2008 Olympic Champion Cainero. Kimberly Rhode won her sixth individual Olympic medal out of six consecutive Olympic participations, a record.

12.08.2016

Thailand’s Jiewchaloemmit finally grabs her first World Cup Gold medal, beats Olympic Champion Rhode

The Thai shooter previously collected 14 semifinal appearances in the Skeet Women event, pocketing only 1 Silver and 1 Bronze medal, also placing 4th and 5th for three and four times respectively. In the Bronze medal match China’s Lu Min prevailed over USA’s second finalist, Amber English.

23.04.2016

Skeet Olympic Champ Rhode gains a pass to Rio 2016 in Acapulco

The US five-time Olympic medallist beat her teammate Caitlin Connor at today's Skeet Women medal match, securing USA's second Olympic Quota in this event. China’s Wei Meng secured the Bronze medal and the second Rio 2016 slot to be awarded today. Two yellow cards shocked Cyprus' Eleftheriou, who passed form joy to frustration, as she lost an Olympic quota due to a one-point deduction for ready position violations.

08.03.2015

Rhode atop of an all-american podium at the Skeet Women final in Munich

The three-time Olympic Champion Rhode won her second wHer teammates Drodz and Dunn followed her in second and third place.orld cup Gold medal in a row.

11.06.2014

Olympic Champ Kim Rhode (USA) pocketed Skeet Women's world cup gold in Almaty

2012 Olympic Gold Rhode beat the 2008 Olympic Champ Chiara Cainero of Italy to win her first World Cup Gold medal of the season. Rhode had closed the first world cup stage of the season (Tucson, Arizona) in third place, one month ago.

18.05.2014

Achievements

Medals

Gold
32
Silver
13
Bronze
12

Skeet Women (SK75)

Olympic Games

Medals: 3Rank 8 and better: 5

Gold1
London
Score: 74, Final: 25
2012
Silver1
Beijing
Score: 70, Final: 23
2008
Bronze1
Rio de Janeiro
Score: 72, Semi: 14, Final: 15
2016
Place 51
Athens
Score: 68, Final: 23
2004
Place 71
Sydney
Score: 69
2000

World Championships

Medals: 2Rank 8 and better: 6Participations: 8

Gold1
Munich
Score: 72, Final: 25
2010
Bronze1
Belgrade
Score: 72, Final: 25
2011
Place 41
Moscow
Score: 74, Final: 33
2017
Place 61
Nicosia
Score: 71, Final: 23
2007
Place 72
Granada
Score: 72
2014
Maribor
Score: 71
2009
Place 161
Lonato
Score: 69
2015
Place 291
Lahti
Score: 61
2002

World Cup Final

Medals: 4Rank 8 and better: 6Participations: 7

Gold3
New Delhi
Score: 73, Final: 56
2017
Rome
Score: 71, Semi: 14, Final: 16
2016
Al Ain
Score: 69, Final: 24
2011
Silver1
Izmir
Score: 74, Final: 21
2010
Place 41
Minsk
Score: 69, Final: 22
2008
Place 81
Beijing
Score: 66
2009
Place 111
Belgrade
Score: 64
2007

World Cup

Medals: 18Rank 8 and better: 24Participations: 31

Gold10
Acapulco
Score: 70, Final: 54
2017
New Delhi
Score: 73, Final: 56
2017
Acapulco
Score: 72, Semi: 16, Final: 15
2015
Munich
Score: 74, Semi: 15, Final: 16
2014
Almaty
Score: 71, Semi: 16, Final: 16
2014
Tucson
Score: 75, Final: 24
2012
Sydney
Score: 72, Final: 25
2011
Beijing
Score: 74, Final: 24
2010
Acapulco
Score: 72, Final: 25
2010
Santo Domingo
Score: 73, Final: 25
2007
Silver5
Larnaka
Score: 73, Final: 52
2017
Rio de Janeiro
Score: 72, Semi: 14, Final: 15
2016
Beijing
Score: 72, Final: 24
2011
San Marino
Score: 65, Final: 23
2009
Kerrville
Score: 72, Final: 24
2008
Bronze3
Tucson
Score: 73, Semi: 15, Final: 14
2014
London
Score: 71, Final: 24
2012
Munich
Score: 73, Final: 20
2009
Place 43
Lonato
Score: 71, Final: 22
2012
Dorset
Score: 71, Final: 21
2010
Suhl
Score: 71, Final: 22
2008
Place 51
Concepcion
Score: 72, Final: 24
2011
Place 61
Nicosia
Score: 70, Semi: 10
2016
Place 71
Al Ain
Score: 70
2015
Place 91
San Marino
Score: 71
2016
Place 101
Beijing
Score: 67
2008
Place 121
Gabala
Score: 70
2015
Place 161
Changwon
Score: 65
2007
Place 211
Shanghai
Score: 62
2002
Place 221
Larnaka
Score: 67
2015
Place 241
Suhl
Score: 55
2002

Continental American Championships

Medals: 1

Bronze1
Fort Benning
Score: 67, Final: 21
2001

Pan American Games

Medals: 3

Gold2
Toronto
Score: 74, Semi: 16, Final: 15
2015
Guadalajara
Score: 73, Final: 25
2011
Silver1
Rio de Janeiro
Score: 68, Final: 23
2007

Double Trap Women (DT120)

Olympic Games

Medals: 3

Gold2
Athens
Score: 110, Final: 36
2004
Atlanta
Score: 108, Final: 33
1996
Bronze1
Sydney
Score: 103, Final: 36
2000

World Championships

Medals: 1Rank 8 and better: 6Participations: 7

Silver1
Barcelona
Score: 110, Final: 31
1998
Place 42
NICOSIA
Score: 106, Final: 32
2003
Tampere
Score: 104, Final: 33
1999
Place 52
Lahti
Score: 103, Final: 36
2002
NICOSIA
Score: 107, Final: 28
1995
Place 71
Cairo
Score: 103
2001
Place 91
LIMA
Score: 100
1997

World Cup Final

Medals: 2Rank 8 and better: 7

Bronze2
Rome
Score: 110, Final: 28
2003
Nicosia
Score: 111, Final: 32
2000
Place 41
Montecatini
Score: 102, Final: 33
1996
Place 51
Montecatini
Score: 94, Final: 33
1997
Place 73
Lonato
Score: 100
2002
Montecatini
Score: 97
1998
Munich
Score: 107
1995

World Cup

Medals: 9Rank 8 and better: 14Participations: 16

Gold5
Perth
Score: 107, Final: 28
2003
Lonato
Score: 106, Final: 36
1998
Cairo
Score: 107, Final: 31
1998
Seoul
Score: 104, Final: 36
1997
LONATO
Score: 106, Final: 36
1996
Silver1
Granada
Score: 107, Final: 32
2003
Bronze3
Lonato
Score: 104, Final: 35
2000
ATLANTA
Score: 107, Final: 35
1996
SEOUL
Score: 103, Final: 36
1995
Place 52
Athens
Score: 96, Final: 31
2004
Sydney
Score: 106, Final: 33
2000
Place 62
Suhl
Score: 108, Final: 32
2002
SUHL
Score: 109, Final: 30
1996
Place 81
Kumamoto
Score: 108
1999
Place 91
Shanghai
Score: 101
2002
Place 141
Lonato
Score: 96
1999

Continental American Championships

Medals: 1

Gold1
Fort Benning
Score: 106, Final: 32
2001

Pan American Games

Medals: 1

SANTO DOMINGO
Score: 109, Final: 31
2003

Trap Women (TR75)

Olympic Games

Participations: 1

Place 91
London
Score: 68
2012

Skeet Mixed Team (SKMIX)

World Championships

Medals: 1

Silver1
Lonato
Score: 148, Final: 36
2019

Skeet Women (SK125W)

World Championships

Medals: 1Participations: 3

Silver1
Changwon
Score: 118, Final: 56
2018
Place 112
Lonato
Score: 118
2019
NICOSIA
Score: 109
1995

World Cup Final

Participations: 1

Place 91
Al Ain
Score: 118
2019

World Cup

Medals: 6Rank 8 and better: 7

Gold6
Acapulco
Score: 121, Final: 57
2019
Al Ain
Score: 118, Final: 53
2019
Changwon
Score: 122, Final: 57
2019
Tucson
Score: 122, Final: 55
2018
Changwon
Score: 119, Final: 58
2018
Guadalajara
Score: 122, Final: 56
2018
Place 71
Siggiewi
Score: 108
2018

Continental American Championships

Medals: 1

Silver1
Guadalajara
Score: 121, Final: 52
2018