Nora Martin Ross is a 34-time Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) All-American. One of her most amazing accomplishments came in 1990 when she became the first woman to break 100 straight doubles at the Grand American Trap Shoot, where she scored a 120×120 in a shoot off to capture the ATA Championship. Nora became the youngest person ever inducted into the Amateur Trapshooting Association Hall of Fame in 1999.
Nora has shared her expertise traveling all over the United States conducting clinics to sharpen the skills of trapshooters. It’s as simple as an email or a phone call to contact Nora directly to schedule a clinic for your group. Nora’s students have said time and time again that they walked away from her clinic equipped with knowledge that would help them continue to improve their shooting. Her warm and friendly personality allow for a comfortable and non-intimidating atmosphere for students of all ages.
You couldn’t ask for anyone more down to earth than Nora. At times it’s hard to believe you are standing next to someone who has broken so many records, yet has remained unchanged by it all. Nora is a first-class person and a first-class trapshooter. Don’t hesitate to contact her to schedule your clinic.