Jamaica’s Super Six place 3rd at Pan Am shooting champs
The Super Six team members (Photos: Jason Tulloch)

Jamaica’s Super Six elite all-female shooting team on Thursday placed third in their division at the Pan American Shooting Championships in Florida.

The Super Six elite, who made history by becoming the first all-female team to represent Jamaica at a major shooting tournament, finished behind the United Sates, who claimed the gold medal, and runner-up Brazil in the Production Optics Division.

The team comprised Kayla Keane, Detective Corporal Sasha Mullings, Yeonie Campbell, Shayon Francis, Renee Richki and Sheresa Solan.

Athena Clarke , OBSERVER Online reporter

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