Three-time Olympian in the sport of Biathlon, Lanny & her twin sister, Tracy, competed in several Olympics together before both girls made history and inspired the world when Tracy selflessly gave Lanny her spot on the Sochi, Russia 2014 Olympic team after Lanny fell ill during the final trials and wasn’t able to complete all the races. Lanny is a several time National 3-gun Champion and is competing in 3-gun, Handgun, PCC, IPSC Shotgun and Rifle competitions. Lanny has the goal of becoming the best female shooter in the country. Lanny is also teaching courses to military, law enforcement and competitive shooters on how to shoot with an elevated heart rate and under stress and is a Babes with Bullets Instructor. The firearms training institute that Lanny and her sister started together is called T.O.P. Shooting Institute, otherwise known as “The Olympian Project”. After developing the skills necessary to shoot while under extreme physical and mental stress for the past 15 years they wanted to share these unique skills and what they have learned with others. She also has been a professional artist since 2000 (The Olympian Artist). Lanny also spends a majority of her free time traveling around to schools, 4-H clubs, Boys & Girls Clubs, Boys & Girls Scouts, etc. talking to them about following their dreams, setting goals, and leading a healthy active lifestyle.
Becky has been shooting competitively since 1989.She is the current Ladies Metallic World Champion in Bianchi/NRA Action Pistol, & the 3-time Ladies Metallic National Champion in Bianchi Cup. She has been a member of two gold medal USA teams in IPSC Shotgun, & was 4th lady Standard division in IPSC Shotgun World Shoot 2018. She was 9th of all ladies competing at the 2017 rifle world shoot in Russia, & holds 4 national records in NRA Action Pistol.
Her background ranges from high power service rifle to NCAA air rifle & air pistol, summer biathlon, Palma rifle, USPSA, IPSC, & 3-Gun.When she isn’t shooting, Becky is busy with her camera and writing as well as instructing juniors through the 501c.3 she began.
20 year old Tim Yackley is one of the top-ranked US shooters across several shooting disciplines. From a Grand Master USPSA shooter, to a High Master NRA Action Pistol/Bianchi, to the top-placing US competitor at the first IPSC Rifle World Shoot in Russia; Tim delivers a performance, no matter what he is shooting.
– 9 match wins in 2018 and already 3 match wins in 2019.
– 4 consecutive Bianchi Cup Junior National Championships.
– Junior World Champ: 2018 NRA Action Pistol World Shoot
– Overall winner of the 2018 NRA World Shooting Championship
He has worked as an instructor with the Tactical Performance Center, where he helped develop carbine doctrine and has been training and shooting with other world-ranked competitors and instructors.
Sean is 19, the middle son in the Yackley family, and while often 2nd to his brother Tim, Sean’s fierce pistol skills have won him junior shoot offs, and positioned him to excel in 3 gun, Bianchi, and USPSA. He finished 2nd to Tim at the 2018 World NRA Action Pistol Championship, and has finished 2nd and 3rd Junior in the Bianchi Cup for several years. Sean has achieved top 10 finishes in major 3 gun matches, and continues to grow in his skill with a pistol, with his sights set on keeping the Junior Bianchi Cup in the Yackley family for a couple more years.
Rounding out the 5 members of the Yackley family is the youngest, Andrew, who at 14 years old, is now a seasoned competitor. He brings his serious pistol accuracy to the game of 3 gun, and has grown in his mastery of pistol to position him to be one of the top juniors in the sport. He also competes in Limited division in USPSA. Andrew has competed in junior shoot-offs, and was the 1st place junior in two major 3 gun matches in 2018 and 1st place junior finish at the Rock Hard 3 Gun event this March.
A 20+ year veteran of the Marine Corps and has worked for 15+ years as a law enforcement officer. He began shooting competitively in 1990 and while he now primarily competes in 3 Gun and USPSA, he has competed in Smallbore Rifle, Air Rifle, Free Pistol, Air Pistol, NRA Service Rifle, NRA Bullseye Pistol, and the Bianchi Cup. Starting in 2011, Mark and his entire family(wife and 3 sons) began shooting in a variety of practical shooting disciplines, and now compete across the US and world. Mark is a NRA All-American, Marine Corps Double Distinguished, and has earned the USMC Lauchheimer Medal for all-around marksmanship excellence twice. Mark is also a WI LE Firearms Instructor and has served as OIC of the USMC Reserve Action Shooting Team (AST) since 2016.