Dustin Ellermann

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Dustin Ellermann
Born USA
Residence Zavalla, Texas
Nationality American
Occupation Christian camp director
Known for Competitive shooter, winner of Top Shot season 3

Dustin Ellermann is a competitive shooter and director of Christian camp His Way. He is known for being the winner of the third season of History Channel's marksmen competition Top Shot.

Biography[edit]

Ellermann was born in the US to Rick and Lisa Ellermann. He has a sister called Risa. The Ellermann's founded Camp His Way in 1996, in Zavalla, Texas, near Angelina National Forest. The family moved to the camp grounds shortly after.

Dustin studied at Stephen F. Austin State University, graduating Cum Laude with a degree in Business Administration. After working at the camp for many years, Dustin became the camp director in 2005. He and his wife, Brittany, live at the camp grounds. They have three children, and foster children. Dustin is a self-taught shooter.[1]

Top Shot[edit]

In 2011, Ellermann appeared in the third season of History Channel's marksmen competition Top Shot. During the first half of the competition, Ellermann competed as part of the Blue Team. His team ended up winning five challenges, and Dustin was nominated for elimination only once during that period. During the final half of the competition, Ellermann won four of the last individual challenges before the final. In the finale, he beat Mike Hughes to win the competition as well as $100,000.

Preceded by
Chris Reed
Top Shot
Winner

Season 3 (2011)
Succeeded by
Chris Cheng

References[edit]

  1. ^ About Camp His Way on CampHisWay

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