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TULSA, Oklahoma -- Sharp shooters from around the world were in Tulsa this weekend for a chance to shoot some skeet.

Sunday was the final day of competition out at the Tulsa Gun Club. Competitors were vying for titles in the Skeet World Championship.

The contest attracted members of the U-S Olympic team and shooters both young and old.

"They'll value the skills and the things they'll learn from this sport for the rest of their life," said Lindenwood College Head Coach Shawn Dulohery. "It's a sport you can participate from the time you are 10-year-old till until you actually go to your grave."

The U.S. Shooting team took home the Gold, Silver and Bronze.

Tulsa's own John Michael McGrath won silver at just 18-years-old, he's also the defending world champion.

But, Shawn Dulohery hasn't lost his edge yet, he took home the Gold.