USA Team - International Skeet Shooter
Sean McLelland is an International Skeet shooter that competed in the 2008 summer Olympics. Sean began shooting clay targets when he was 14 years old and credits his family for being the most influential and helpful support structure in his development and upbringing in the clay target sports. Sean earned a marketing degree from Lindenwood University and was a 3-time member of their national championship winning shotgun team. During his residency at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO, he pursued opportunities in non-profit fundraising that led to working with various foundations over the last ten years. In 2017 Sean was hired as the Executive Director of the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, the foundation’s Outdoor Adventures program currently teaches outdoor skills to over 35,000 youth. In Sean’s free time he enjoys hunting, hiking and fishing with family and friends.