Kim Rhode is an American shooter who is looking to become the first US athlete to medal in five consecutive Olympic games. Kimberly Rhode won the gold medal in women's skeet shooting Sunday, making her the first American to take an individual-sport medal in five consecutive Olympics. She also became the first woman to win 3 gold medals in Olympic shooting.
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By Associated Press. An American shooter has won bronze in Rio, becoming the first woman and second athlete overall to earn an individual medal in six straight Olympics. Kim Rhode joins Italian luger Armin Zoeggeler as the only athletes to earn medals in six straight Olympics. Her six medals are most all-time for a female shooter, and she is one of five athletes to earn a medal in six different Olympics. She also became the first-ever Olympian to medal on five different continents. Kimberly Rhode of the United States kisses her son Carter after winning the bronze medal in the women's skeet bronze medal match at Olympic Shooting Center. Gold medalist Diana Bacosi, center, of Italy is flanked by silver medalist and compatriot Chiara Cainero, left, and bronze medalist Kimberly Rhode, right. Italian shooter Diana Bacosi earned gold by hitting 15 of 16 targets in the gold-medal match to defeat Italian teammate Chiara Cainero. But Rhode was the center of attention as she wrapped up a record that started with her double trap gold medal as a precocious year-old kid at the Atlanta Games. After Atlanta, Rhode racked up medals as she went along in successive Olympics: Bronze in Sydney, gold in Athens, silver in Beijing, gold again in London.