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NORTHWEST IOWA COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Levi Henrichs Selected for CZ-USA Guiness Book of World Record Attempt Team

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By Press release submission | Sep 20, 2019

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Northwest Iowa Community College issued the following announcement on Sept. 19

NCC Thunder Sports Shooting student-athelete Levi Henrichs, Sibley, IA has been selected as one of the four team members to join David Miler of CZ-USA in his attempt to break the Guiness Book of World Records for the most clay targets shot in 12 hours by a team of five. David Miller is the current Guiness World Records title holder for the most sporting clay targets shot in one hour.

This world record attempt will be on October 12, 2019 at Powder Creek Shooting Park in Lenexa, KS.

Henrichs said, “I am excited to have been chosen to be a part of the five person CZ-USA team to attempt to break a Guiness world record. It is going to be a lot of fun and a proud achievement.”

Henrichs competed at the 2019 Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) National Championships July 13-20 at the Cardinal Shooting Center near Marengo, OH which was a qualifying event for the Guiness World Record Attempt.

Henrichs shot a 191/200 and a 45/50 during his appearance.

He also needed to submit a written essay explaining what shooting means to him and why he deserves to be on a World Record Team. Brian Lauck, NCC Head Sports Shooting Coach said, “This is a great opportunity for Levi. I know he will do a fantastic job.”

The CZ-USA World Record attempt will provide a stage to showcase four talented upcoming youth spots shooters, promote youth shooting programs in the USA, establish brand recognition with the youth shooter population and their families.

If you are interested in joining the fastest growing sport in the nation, with over 3,000+ sports shooting participants just in the state of Iowa, consider NCC’s Sports Shooting Team.Original source can be found here.

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