- Six-time Olympian (1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016); Six-time Olympic medalist (3 golds, 1 silver, 2 bronze)
- Rio 2016 Olympic Games, bronze (skeet)
- London 2012 Olympic Games, gold (skeet), 9th (trap)
- Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, silver (silver)
- Athens 2004 Olympic Games, gold (double trap), 5th (skeet)
- Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, bronze (double trap), 7th (skeet)
- Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games, gold (double trap)
- In 2012, became the first American athlete, male or female, to win an Olympic medal at five consecutive Games in an individual sport
- Only woman to win three individual Olympic gold medals in shooting (as of 2012)
- First Olympic shooter, male or female, to compete in all three shotgun events – trap, double trap and skeet
- In 2016, became the first American to qualify for the Olympic Games in five different continents
- Most recent: 2015 – 16th (skeet)
- Years of participation: 1995, 1997-99, 2001-03, 2007, 2009-11, 2014-15
- Medals: 3 (1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
- Gold – 2010 (skeet)
- Silver – 1998 (double trap)
- Bronze – 2011 (skeet)
- 2015 Pan American Games, gold (skeet)
- 2011 Pan American Games, gold
- 2010 World Championships, gold
- 2007 Pan American Games, silver (double trap)
- 2003 Pan American Games, gold (double trap)
- 1999 Pan American Games, gold (double trap)
- Three-time national champion
- Three-time USA Shooting Female Athlete of the Year (2007-09)
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