Name: Derrick Mein
Sport: Shooting
Discipline(s): Shotgun Shooting
Event(s): Trap, Mixed Team Trap
Height: 5-11
Weight: 205
DOB: 8/26/1985
Birthplace: Girard, Kan.
Hometown: Paola, Kan.
High School: Girard High School (Girard, Kan.) ‘04
College: Kansas State University ’08, Animal Science and Industry
Olympic Experience
  • One-time Olympian (2020)
  • Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, 13th (trap mixed team); 24th (trap)
Other Career Highlights
  • 2020 ATA Grand American AAA High All Around Champion
  • 2020 NSSA world skeet 28-gauge Runner Up
  • 2020 and 2017 National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) National Champion
  • 2019 ICTSF World English Sporting Champion
  • 2018 World All-Around Champion
  • 2018 US FITASC Grand Prix Champion
Personal: Started in sporting clays at age 8, joining his dad in a small league at a local club and began developing his skills as a competitive shooter...During his years in the shooting sports, he has competed in many different disciplines, including sporting clays, skeet, trap, international trap, and helice, winning national titles and earning Team USA honors in helice, international trap, and sporting clays...Enjoys shooting with his father and is regularly seen competing with him around the country in sporting clay events