Brad Sauve started shooting competitively in 2002 attending the first F-Class World Championship in Canada. Since that time, he has been a member of the U.S. National Rifle team for Palma shooting and a member of the first U.S. F-Class Target rifle teams competing at the World Championships in 2009 and 2013. Brad won the first U.S. National Championship for F-Class Target rifle in 2004, and then won again in 2006 and 2007. He also placed as one of the top five individual shooters at U.S. Nationals four other times. His proudest achievement though is being a shooter on the winning U.S. National Championship team in nine different years of the ten times he has attended U.S. Nationals. Brad was also a shooter on the winning 2013 World Championship team and holds several U.S. National individual and team records.
Aside from shooting, Brad has four children he is proud of, has a CPA license and is a CFA charterholder and currently resides in Luxembourg as group finance director for a large specialty chemicals company where he has worked 27 years. When not working, you can find him riding Harley Davidson motorcycles somewhere around the world.