Mimi started shooting shotguns at age 14. She continued to shoot competitively through her undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University and her master’s at the University of Notre Dame, where she graduated with a BBA in marketing and a MBA. She’s shot all of the American disciplines competitively as well as been a member of the USA Shooting National team in bunker trap. Now, she shoots helice and is the current world and European Champion. She is on the board of directors for the United States Helice Association (http://www.ushelice.com) and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I remember vividly the first day I shot helice. I was at the Dallas Gun Club, training for an International Trap World Championship selection match when I heard some guys on the next field yelling, laughing, and making fun of each other between shots. It didn’t take long for me to get distracted, so between rounds, I wandered over to see what was going on. And by “wandered over,” I mean I finally stopped ignoring the grown men yelling, “Hey, girl, if you think THAT game is fun, come over here and shoot this one!”