Julie Golob Talks About Competition

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posted on February 17, 2018
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Competitive shooter Julie Golob was asked: What’s your favorite competition moment?

“There are so many favorites for me because it’s all about setting personal goals. Unlike the Olympics or other sports, we rarely know the results when we walk off the line. For me, the most special moments come when I know I gave my very best and left nothing on the range. Win or lose, it’s all about the personal victories and I love that about the shooting sports.”

Julie Golob is a U.S. Army veteran, competitive shooter and captain of Team Smith & Wesson. 

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