Julie Golob

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Julie Goloski Golob

Julie Goloski Golob is an American professional sport shooter with one gold (2017 Lady Classic and two silver medals (2005 Lady Standard and 2011 Lady Production), one bronze medal (2014 Lady Production) and seven Ladies Steel Challenge World Speed Shooting Championship gold medals. She also has 2 US IPSC Nationals Lady titles and 13 USPSA Handgun Nationals Lady titles, and is the only seven Division USPSA National Champion in history.

Julie Goloski began her shooting career when she was fourteen, practicing with her father, Pete Goloski. She continued competing through high school and, in 1994, met with the coach of the Army Action Shooting Team. The coach sent her a letter of acceptance and Julie joined the United States Army. In 1999, she competed at the USPSA Nationals and ended up winning at the Limited and Open Division. That year, she was also named US Army Athlete of the Year[1][2]

In 2002, Goloski left the Army to become a professional markswoman. She received a contract with Glock and started competing for them. In 2006 Julie joined Team Smith & Wesson. In 2006, Goloski won three Divisions at the USPSA Nationals (Limited-10, Single Stack, and Production), becoming the first woman to do so.[3] More recently, she won the Production and Revolver Division at the 2011 USPSA Nationals as Julie Golob. This was the first time any shooter had won all six divisions.[4]

In 2012, Golob appeared as an expert in the fourth season of History Channel's Top Shot.

Golob lives in Kansas City, Missouri with her husband and two daughters.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Women & Guns. Little River Press. 2007. p. 7. 
  2. ^ Command, United States. Army Recruiting; Office, United States. Army Recruiting Command. Public Affairs (2001). Recruiter journal. 53. U.S. Army Recruiting Command. p. 6. 
  3. ^ Ayoob, Massad (2012). The Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry. Iola, WI: Gun Digest Books. pp. 110–111. ISBN 1-4402-3267-9. 
  4. ^ "Cheaper Than Dirt! Interviews Julie Golob". Cheaper Than Dirt!. August 13, 2010. 
  5. ^ US Army Marksmanship and Army Shooting Team Veteran | Julie Golob

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