Hailing from Dayton, Texas, Jenni Clark is another of our fine young shooters. Jenni began shooting when she was 12 years old. She joined her local 4H shooting American skeet, trap, and 5stand. But since the 4H shooting season only runs as long as the school year, Jenni had to find something to fill her summer months. She found sporting clays, and, she says, “fell in love.”
Jenni shoots a DT10, and with it, made the All-American team at 15 years old, and was also Captain of Team USA. Her favorite shoot of the year, she says, is World FITASC, which is also her favorite game to shoot. Here’s what Jenni says about World FITASC: “There are so many countries that come together doing exactly what they love: shooting. When I attend that shoot, I feel more patriotic and am more delighted than ever, getting to do what I absolutely love and representing America while doing it. Knowing that I get to compete with the best of the best, in the whole entire world, is simply amazing to me.”
Currently a student who enjoys travel, shopping, and creative endeavors, Jenni’s goal in shooting is to consistently win multiple world titles in open class. We have no doubt that she will achieve that goal with the eloquence, intelligence, and winning attitude she embodies.