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GenderMClubFort Worth Trap and Skeet
Year of birth1989Start of competing2002
Place of birthPort Charlotte, FL, USAPractising shooter since2001
HometownEatonton, GA, USAPersonal Coach 
ResidenceFort Worth, TX, USANational CoachTodd Graves
Height (cm)175Handednessright
Weight (kg)78Master Eyeright
Marital statusmarriedEventsSK125, SKMIX, SKTEAMM
Children2Other sport activities 
Higher educationAssociates Degree in BusinessComments
ProfessionShooter & Coach  

Latest news about this athlete

Vincent Hancock equals two World Records and moves one step closer to Tokyo 2020

The American ace nailed his fourth World Championship title in Changwon (KOR), pocketing the Olympic quota place for the United States of America. Alongside him on the podium, Norway’s Erik Watndal won silver and Riccardo Filippelli of Italy took bronze.


Vincent Hancock completes his hat-trick in Malta!

The United States’ phenomenal shooter won his 10th World Cup gold medal in Siggiewi (MLT), completing a streak that included this year’s competitions in Guadalajara (MEX) and Changwon (KOR). Egypt’s Azmy Mehelba and Italy’s Gabriele Rossetti completed the podium in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.


United States’ Vincent Hancock bags his ninth World Cup gold in Changwon

Equaling once again the World Record of 59 hits, the United States’ athlete climbed atop the World Cup podium for the second time in two stages. To do so, he prevailed over the current Olympic Champion — Italy’s Gabriele Rossetti — with an advantage of 4 hits.


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Vincent Hancock is back! The United States’ ace takes men’s Skeet gold in Guadalajara

In his first international competition since 2016, the 28-year-old pocketed his seventh World Cup gold at the end of an incredible duel with both Paul Adams of Australia and Tammaro Cassandro of Italy, who respectively placed 2nd and 3rd.


Italy’s Gabriele Rossetti beats World Champion Vincent Hancock, gets the Skeet Men Gold in Nicosia

In Lonato, the Italian 20-year old promised himself a Gold medal match against the number 1 in the World Ranking. Then, in Nicosia, not only he reached, but he also beat Hancock with a perfect final score.


United States’ Vincent Hancock claims his 3rd Skeet Men World Champion title

The United States’ 26-year old claimed the ISSF World Championship title in Lonato (ITA) for the second time in his career, after the one he collected in 2005. France’s Anthony Terras and Italy’s Gabriele Rossetti completed the podium in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.


Men's Skeet Qualification, Day 1: Hancock (USA) and Terras (FRA) take lead with 75 hits each

USA's Hancock and France's Terras are atop the standings after three of five rounds in the men's Skeet qualification, which started today in Lonato.


Hancock wins Skeet final and makes it to the US team for Rio 2016: “I want my 3rd Olympic Gold in a row”

Two-time Olympic champion Vincent Hancock (USA) won today's Skeet Men final in Gabala, securing a spot in the US Olympic team for Rio 2016. His final goal is set: winning the third Olympic title in a row, something never achieved by a shotgun shooter before.


USA's Hancock moves “first step to get to the next Olympic Gold” at the ISSF World Cup

Hancock equalled the world record and hit all the targets, from the first qualficiation round right to the end of the medal match. With a Gold medal around his neck, he looks now forward to Rio 2016.


Olympic Champ Hancock back on top at the ISSF World Cup in Acapulco

Two-time Olympic Champion Vincent Hancock did not miss the chance to step up on the podium at the first ISSF Shotgun World Cup of the season. The American shooter won the Skeet Men medal match, outdoing Michael Gilligan of Great Britain 15 to 13 hits in the medal match.



RkCs City YearEventCatCompFinalTotalRecord
1OG LONDON 2012SK12512325148OR, FOR
1OG BEIJING 2008SK12512124145OR, FOR
15OG RIO DE JANEIRO 2016SK125119
1WCH LONATO 2015SK125122 (16)16
1WCH MARIBOR 2009SK12512425149
1WCH LONATO 2005SK12512325148
3WCH NICOSIA 2007SK12512324147
5WCH MUNICH 2010SK12512324147
9WCH GRANADA 2014SK125121
10WCH LIMA 2013SK125121
67WCH BELGRADE 2011SK125119119
2WCF AL AIN 2019SK12512459
2WCF NICOSIA 2015SK125123 (16)15
2WCF MARIBOR 2012SK12512224146
2WCF BEIJING 2009SK12512221143
2WCF MINSK 2008SK12512324147
2WCF DUBAI 2005SK12512325148
5WCF ROME 2016SK125121 (14)
1WC CHANGWON 2019SK12512357
1WC SIGGIEWI 2018SK12512356
1WC CHANGWON 2018SK12512359EWR
1WC GABALA 2015SK125124 (16)15
1WC ACAPULCO 2015SK125125 (16)16EWR
1WC ACAPULCO 2013SK125123 (16)15WR
1WC SUHL 2008SK12512324147
1WC LONATO 2007SK12512525150WR, FWR, WRJ
1WC CHANGWON 2005SK12512425149WR, FWR, WRJ
2WC LONATO 2021SK12512355
2WC ROME 2005SK12512424148EWR, EWRJ
2WC BELGRADE 2005SK12512325148
3WC SAN MARINO 2016SK125123 (15)16
3WC LONATO 2010SK12512225147
4WC NICOSIA 2016SK125121 (14)14
4WC AL AIN 2015SK125123 (15)14
4WC LONDON 2012SK12512224146
4WC DORSET 2010SK12512321144
4WC ACAPULCO 2010SK12512224146
4WC BEIJING 2008SK12512121142
5WC RIO DE JANEIRO 2016SK125122 (14)
5WC KERRVILLE 2006SK12512024144
7WC CONCEPCION 2011SK125122122
10WC SAN MARINO 2009SK125117117
10WC MUNICH 2009SK125121121
11WC TUCSON 2012SK125121121
12WC ALMATY 2014SK125120
28WC SANTO DOMINGO 2007SK125118118
33WC GRANADA 2013SK125119
33WC SYDNEY 2011SK125119119
41WC MUNICH 2014SK125119
44WC LARNAKA 2015SK125117
69WC MARIBOR 2011SK125116116
1CAT GUADALAJARA 2014SK125122 (15)16
1CAT SALINAS 2005SK12512125146
1PAG GUADALAJARA 2011SK12512225147
1PAG RIO DE JANEIRO 2007SK12512225147