Skeet Shooting - 2007
JAMES BROWN will be entering the Hall of Fame in our Special category. He is being recognized for his accomplishments in the sport of Skeet Shooting. Jim, who will receive his Masters of Business Administration from Binghamton University this fall, is one of the best shooters in the entire country. While still shooting in the junior division, Jim was named All-American in both 2000 and 2001. He was named to the NYS Skeet Shooting team twice. In 1997 he won the New York State junior championship and was the runnerup in the U.S. Open. He's won medals at the World Skeet Shooting Championships in San Antonio, Texas; at the New York State Championship Shoot; the Masters Championship in Savannah, Georgia; the Junior World Skeet Shooting Championship in Atlanta, Georgia and Los Angeles, California, the U.S. Open Skeet Shooting Championship in Shenecoy, Pennsylvania and the various Parent-Child medals (with his dad Gary) at Major Skeet Shoots all around the United States. He lives in Coming and joins his uncle Bob Brown in the Hall of Fame.