2012 WSCA Women's Hall of Fame Inductee

Dr. Paula Benbow

 

Dr. Paula Benbow

NSCA #529782

Total Registered Targets through 2012: 97,525

Wisconsin Results

9 Time WSCA Lady State Champion
3 Time WSCA Lady State Runner Up
10 Time WSCA All State Lady 1st Team
25 Time Lady Champion of Ironman Leg
10 Time Lady Champion of Miller Lite
1st Lady in WI to attain Master Class

Teams

12 time NSCA All-American Team Member
5 time Team USA Member
2 time NSCA All-Zone Team
1 time NSCA WI All-State Team

Results


9 time Zone 5 Lady Champion
3 time Angle Port Open Lady Champion
3 time Canadian Open Lady Champion
2003 US Open Lady Champion
2005 Nationals Main Lady - 3rd Place
2007 Nationals FITASC Lady - 4th Place
2008 Nationals K-Cup Lady - 4th Place
2010 Nationals FITASC Lady - 6th Place
2011 Nationals FITASC Lady - Runner Up
2007 World Sporting Clays Championship Lady Team Gold
2007 Belgium Grand Prix FITASC Lady Gold (Individual)
2008 World Sporting Clays Championship Lady Team Gold
2008 World Sporting Clays Championship Lady 4th (Individual)

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Service

13 years National Delegate (since 2000)
9 years Zone Delegate / Regional Delegate
2nd year as NC Regional Delegate
2nd year on NSCA Advisory Committee

Additional

*Has appeared on local, regional,  national and world television  (ESPN, Czech TV, various local stations in many states)
*Promotes and supports youth and lady shooters, volunteering time and instruction.
*Transported junior and sub-junior shooters when parents could not travel to zone , national and various big shoots.
*Arranges for instructors to teach at local clubs to help promote sporting clays.
*Shoot and gun safety instructor.  Holds clinics to introduce new shooters to sporting clays.
*An ambassador for sporting clays.

 

OCCUPATION:  Chiropractor,  Managing Member of Natural Health Chiropractic, L.L.C., Founding Member and Diplomate of the International Chiropractic Association Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics,  Chiropractic Instructor, AVCA Certified Animal Chiropractor.

SHOOTING HISTORY:  Years shooting: 15   Years shooting sporting: 15 
I started shooting sporting clays to improve my bird hunting.  My husband introduced me to bird hunting in the spring of 1998.  My competitive side vied to match his excellence in shooting.  Naturally when a patient told me that sporting clays was a great game for improving bird hunting skills I soon enlisted an instructor that had been recommended.  My first lesson was in June of 1998.  I shot by first tournament in July of 1998 and shot a few more local shoots that year,  including the WI State shoot.  Travel broadened to shoots throughout Wisconsin in 1999.  2000 brought travel to neighboring states, our Zone shoot and my first National tournament.  The strive to become a competitive shooter soon included travel throughout the United States, Canada, England, Belgium, Czech Republic, Cyprus, etc. from 2001 to present.