- Representing USA
American shooter Kim Rhode is a six-time Olympian whose bronze at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games made her the first Olympian to win a medal in six consecutive Games.
Her staggering staying power has seen her win three golds during that run, earning the title of Double Trap champion at Atlanta 1996 and Athens 2004, and Skeet champion at London 2012.
Rhode, who began shooting at the age of ten and is coached by her father Richard, also won Skeet silver at Beijing 2008, bronze in the Double Trap at Sydney 2000 - and most recently Skeet bronze at Rio 2016.
With her gold in London, Rhode became the only American athlete to win medals for an individual event in five consecutive Olympics - and one of the few women to ever be pregnant and win a gold medal.
She won her first World Championships at the age of 13 and is a 28-time World Cup medallist - half of which are gold.
And unsurprisingly she has dominated the national championships, capturing 14 titles.