Big Al, Cayden and Sunny try to shoot straight in 2 For the Gold - Skeet Shooting

Four years ago, Tulsa's Jon-Michael McGrath missed making the Olympic Games as a Skeet Shooter by one target.
 
"Honestly, I didn't watch very many events at all in 2012," said McGrath. "Probably a little discouraged from missing the team by one point, but I still keep in touch with a lot of guys that are on the Olympic team. Judo, Shooting, Archery; they were my dorm mates. It's good seeing those guys follow through. they put their mind to it and accomplished their goal.
 
McGrath accomplished plenty in his time as a competitive Skeet Shooter - 22 international titles.
Now, the University of Oklahoma grad only shoots as a hobby. Nevertheless, he's the perfect coach for us in this 2 For the Gold challenge.
 
Despite expert advice from McGrath, Big Al misses on all four targets.
He blames Cayden for firing the clay pigeons before he was ready.
 
Sunny 'Annie Oakley' Leigh nailed the target on her very first shot and would go on to hit three of six.
 
Cayden, who missed all five targets in out 2 For the Gold challenge four years ago, finally discovered that he's much better shooting left-handed.
This time, McFarland nails four of six to win the challenge.
 
With an American flag on the grounds, Cayden made sure to milk the moment for all it was worth and our day ends with the Star Spangled Banner. 
 
 
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