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THE SECOND ANNUAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IS RETURNING TO MASON, MICHIGAN THIS JULY YOU CAN'T BEAT PERFECTION. OR CAN YOU? The wildly successful rollout of the inaugural National Cham- pionship last summer included New Prague's Woodrow Glazer shooting an impeccable 200x200 and winning a nail-biting shoot-off, star-studded entertainment, and the culmination of hard work by student athletes, coaches, and volunteers through- out the country. Good news: It's back. The National Championship is returning to the MTA home grounds in Mason, Michigan, July 10–14. More than 2,000 of the nation's best youth clay target student athletes will compete for indi- vidual and team crowns—and thousands more will cheer them on. Registration for the 2019 National Championship opens in late May and will be based upon season averages. Individuals and teams with higher season averages will earn priority registration privi- leges, with additional registration opportunities opening for lower averages until the maximum number of competitors is reached. Encore 26 PULLUSA MAGAZINE SPRING 2019

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