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Team SIG’s Lena Miculek Defends World Title at IPSC Shotgun World Shoot

NEWINGTON, N.H., (December 11, 2023) – SIG SAUER, Inc. congratulates Team SIG professional shooter Lena Miculek for defending her Ladies Standard World Shotgun title at the IPSC World Shotgun Championship; this is the third time Miculek has earned this title, and Lena is the only woman in the world to ever hold the title. 

In addition to earning the top award amongst females, Lena impressively placed thirteenth amongst all standard competitors (men and women), is the only female to ever break into the top twenty at an IPSC Shotgun World Shoot, was the highest scoring female amongst all female competitors in all divisions to include modified and open competitors, and won the ladies standard shoot-off.  In total, Miculek earned a total of three gold medals at the IPSC Shotgun World Shoot.

“The competition Lena put together at the World Shoot was a remarkable performance and we are all incredibly proud of her amazing achievements,” said Tom Taylor Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc.  “Lena’s success in Thailand is a direct result of her hard work and dedication to her training and commitment to her craft.  In addition to defending her title she set a series of lofty goals for herself; she crushed them all and once again raised the bar for females in professional shooting.  It’s an honor to have Lena as a member of Team SIG and a representation of the SIG SAUER brand to the world.”

Lena Miculek is the top multi-discipline professional shooter in the world and is a member of Team SIG representing SIG SAUER.  Lena entered the world of competitive shooting when she was eight years old and was immediately a force to be reckoned with.  At age 17 she won her first World Champion title, and now has 9 World Shooting titles in 5 different shooting disciplines and over 100 championship wins and national titles in the disciplines she competes in.  Lena is recognized in the industry as the most-influential female competitor, and recently used her experience to develop the ROSE by SIG SAUER™ program to help, encourage, and inspire women to take on the responsibility of their own personal safety through education, training and community.

The IPSC (International Practical Shooting Competition) was held December 3 – 10, 023 in Pattaya, Thailand. 

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