DALMATIA — Olympic gold medalist Vincent Hancock will host a meet and greet at 7 p.m. on April 25 at the Keystone Shooting Park as part of KSP's Open House.
Vincent is a two-time gold medalist in skeet shooting, winning the gold at the 2008 Beijing Games and the 2012 Games in London. He is ranked No. 1 in the world by the Interational Sports Shooting Federation. He is also a two time World Champion and most recently won the World Cup Gold Medal in Acapulco, Mexico two weeks ago. Vincent will have his Olympic medals on display and will be signing autographs and will also be available for photos. He will also put on a demonstration of his skills on the Olympic Skeet range at the Keystone Shooting Park facility during the event.
Vincent will be visiting Keystone Shooting Park on both April 25th and 26th, while conducting a clinic with future Olympic hopefuls from around the nation. "We’re sure that both young and old kids alike will enjoy the opportunity to meet Vincent and share his company, not to mention the chance to view the beautiful rewards of his hard work for the United States over the last decade" said Allen Chubb, President of the Keystone Shooting Park complex. "We've scheduled the Meet & Greet event so as to allow both school age children and their parents an opportunity to make time after classes and work to meet an Olympic hero and see the new line of finely crafted firearms that Beretta has to offer" added Chubb.