Jeffrey Holguin

Jeffrey Holguin

Clay target shooter, participant of the 2008 Olympics
Date of Birth: 24.10.1978
Country: USA

Biography of Jeffrey Holguin

Jeffrey Holguin was born on October 24, 1978, in Fullerton, California. From a young age, he was fascinated with shooting as his father and grandfather, both excellent and experienced marksmen, taught him the art of true shooting.

In 1997, Jeffrey Holguin participated in the National Championship for the first time and demonstrated decent results in target shooting. He continued to improve his shooting skills and gradually became a professional. He has competed in significant competitions such as the World Cup (bronze medal in 2004), National Championships (gold medal in 2004), World Shotgun Championships (fifth place in 2005), Fall Selection (silver medal in 2006), World Cup Italy (seventh place in 2007), National Championships (bronze medal in 2007), and Pan-American Games (silver medal in 2007).

Naturally, the Olympic qualifying competitions played a significant role in Jeffrey Holguin's sports career, and he was selected to represent the United States in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Currently, he is actively training for his upcoming performances at the Olympics.

Aside from sports, Jeffrey Holguin enjoys playing baseball, a sport he has been involved in since childhood until high school. He also has a passion for hunting, particularly duck hunting, as well as fishing, golf, football, snowboarding, and spending time with his family and friends.

Jeffrey Holguin is a certified professional. In the summer of 2006, he graduated from the University of Colorado with an honorary bachelor's degree in Health and Forensic Medicine.