NSI (formerly NobelSportItalia) has inked a personal services/sponsorship agreement with Olympic Champion Vincent Hancock. Vincent is the only shooter to ever win two Gold Medals in consecutive Summer Olympic Games (2008 in Beijing and 2012 in London), both in the Men’s Skeet event.

NSI is Vincent’s shotshell of choice and he will use the brand exclusively for both practice and competition. In return, Vincent will endorse NSI and act as a company representative and official spokesperson.

Vincent Hancock began shooting about the time he could first heft a gun. His dad and big brother were established shooters when Vincent got serious about the sport at age 10, concentrating on the skeet game. From then on it was go for broke. In 2005, at 16, Vincent cracked the big time, winning his first World Championship in Men’s Skeet, and later that year elected the International Shooting Sport Federation’s prestigious “Shooter of the Year” honor. Joining the US Army in 2006, attaining the rank of sergeant, further helped cement this young man’s drive and competitive fury. On to the Olympics!

Still only age 24, Vincent looks toward attaining more Olympic Gold in 2016. He continues to strenuously compete on the world stage. Vincent and his wife Rebekah have two daughters they dote upon and currently reside in Alabama.

NSI offers unparalleled manufacturing experience and expertise when crafting today’s shotshells for today’s shooters. “Going for the Gold” isn’t just a hopeful phrase in NSI’s world; it’s everyday reality. NSI shells have taken top competitors to the top, time after time, in national, World Cup, World Championships. . .and the Olympics. Almost 4 billion NSI shotshells have sold world-wide. Loads in greater variety, more gauges, and for every discipline. Imported to the US by DKG Trading. Find out why NSI is “the winning choice.” Visit www.NobelSport.It or www.dkgtrading.com.

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