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Rhode at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Expo 2007
Kimberly Susan Rhode

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona+
Double trap+, skeet+

'''Kimberly "Kim" Susan Rhode''' (born July 16, 1979) is an American+ double trap+ and skeet+ shooter+. A California+ native, she is a five-time Olympic+ medal winner, including three gold medals, and six-time national champion in double trap. She is the most successful female shooter at the Olympics as the only triple Olympic Champion and is the only woman to have won two Olympic gold medals for Double Trap. Most recently, she won a gold medal in skeet shooting at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games+, equaling the world record of 99 out of 100 clays.

Kimberly Rhode was born in Whittier+, California in 1979. Rhode began sport hunting+ at an early age, traveling on Africa+n safari+s by the age of 12. Rhode began competing in skeet at age 10.

Rhode, at 13, won her first world championship title in women's double trap shooting. After double trap shooting was eliminated from the 2008 Olympic games, she has concentrated on skeet. At the 2007 world cup competitions in Santo Domingo+, she set a new final world record in this event with 98 hits (74 in the qualification round and a perfect 25 in the final). Rhode became an Distinguished International Shooter in 1995 (Badge #388).

Rhode won a gold medal at the 1996 Summer Games, making her the youngest female gold medalist in the history of Olympic shooting.

Rhode won a bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics+ in Sydney, Australia+.

Rhode also won a gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics+ in Athens+.

Rhode won the silver medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics+ in women's skeet.

On July 29 at the 2012 London Olympics, Rhode won the gold medal in skeet shooting with an Olympic record score of 99, tying the world record in this event. With this medal, Rhode is the only American competitor to win medals for an individual event in five consecutive Olympics. She also became one of the three competitors (and the only woman) to win three Olympic individual gold medals for shooting, along with Ralf Schumann+ of Germany+ and Jin Jong-oh+ of Korea+.

Rhode is co-host of the Outdoor Channel's+ TV program '''Step Outside'''. Rhode studied veterinary medicine+ at Cal Poly Pomona+.

On September 11, 2008, Rhode's competition shotgun+ was stolen from her pickup; she had been using it in competition for eighteen years. The gun was returned to her in January 2009 after it was discovered during an unrelated search of a parole+e's home; the parolee was charged with possession of stolen property. In the meantime fans had donated to buy her a new $13,000 Perazzi+ shotgun. Having become used to training with the new gun, she elected to retire "Old Faithful" after four Summer Games.

Rhode spoke at the 2012 Republican National Convention+, introducing several other Olympians on the stage.

Rhode married Mike Harryman in 2009. Her son was born in 2013.

In addition to being a member of USA Shooting+'s National Team, Rhode is an honorary lifetime member of the National Rifle Association+ and a member of Safari Club International+.

!Olympic results


Double trap+

* Double trap+
* National Rifle Association+
* Olympic shooting+
* Skeet+
* USA Shooting+



Olympic Champions Shooting DT120:
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Kim Rhode+ Kimberly "Kim" Susan Rhode (born July 16, 1979) is an American double trap and skeet shooter. A California native, she is a five-time Olympic medal winner, including three gold medals, and six-time national champion in double trap.
Kim Rhodes+ Kimberly "Kim" Rhodes (born June 7, 1969) is an American actress, who portrayed the role of "Cindy Harrison" on two different soap operas, Another World and As the World Turns, as well as Carey Martin in the Disney Channel sitcom The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and The Suite Life on Deck, where she played the mother of twins Zack and Cody (Dylan and Cole Sprouse).
 Kim Rhodenbaugh+ Kimberly Lynne Rhodenbaugh (born March 26, 1966), later known by her married name Kimberly Macklin, is an American former competition swimmer who represented the United States at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.