James (Todd) Graves

USA Shooting

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Shotgun National Team  
Four-Time U.S. Olympian
2000 Olympic Bronze Medalist
 
Date of Birth: 3/27/1963
Birthplace: Ruston, La.
Hometown: Laurel, Miss.
Event(s): Skeet
 
Competition Highlights
  • 2007 Pan American Games Silver Medalist (skeet)
  • 2004 Olympic Games, 9th (skeet)
  • 2000 Olympic Games, bronze (skeet)
  • 1996 Olympic Games, 15th (skeet)
  • 1992 Oympic Games, 11th (trap), 29th (skeet)
  • 2002 World Cup Final Champion in skeet
  • Gold medalist at 2002 Fall Selection Match
  • Gold medalist and country quota place winner in skeet, at the 2002 Santo Domingo World Cup
  • Finished 12th in skeet at the 2002 World Championships
  • Team silver at the 2002 World Championships in skeet
  • 2002 Silver in skeet at Sydney World Cup
  • Silver at 2002 National Championships in skeet
  • 2001 National Champion, skeet
  • 2000 National Championships silver medalist in skeet
  • 1999 National Championships bronze medalist in trap
  • 1998 bronze and Olympic country quota slot in skeet at World Championships
  • 1998 National Championships bronze medal in trap
  • Named 1998 USA Shooting shotgun athlete of the year
  • Member of 1998 World Cup team
  • 1997 Championship of the Americas gold medalist in skeet
  • 1997 Cyprus World Cup gold medalist in skeet
  • 1997 Lonato (Italy) World Cup bronze medal in skeet
  • 1997 Montecatini (Italy) World Cup silver medal in skeet
 
Personal

Todd has been shooting with his father since he was 12, enjoys bird hunting and also plays baseball.

 
Did You Know?

Now a sergeant first class, Todd was assigned to the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit in Ft. Benning, Ga., in 1984.