Dania Vizzi

Women's Skeet

Date of birth:

03/24/1995

Hometown:

Odessa, Florida

College:

University of Florida ‘17, Marketing

Olympic Experience:

  • 2024 Paris Olympic Games: Women's Skeet qualified

Biography:

Nicknamed "Shooterina", this avid dancer now makes her best moves on the skeet ranges throughout the world. She qualified among thousands of applicants for the Juilliard Dance Intensive, arguably the world's most renowned dance school in New York City but declined the invite to focus on her shooting career. She became interested in the shooting sports after watching her dad shoot.

Vizzi has been stacking up international medals since 2015. She earned bronze at the 2019 Pan American Games and was named the 2022 Women’s Skeet World Champion. With her world champion title, she earned the U.S. an Olympic quota for Paris 2024.

The Odessa, Florida, native most recently earned gold at the 2023 ISSF Lonato World Cup and qualified for her first Olympic Games for Paris 2024.

Competition Highlights:

  • 2023 Pan American Games: Gold, Mixed Team Skeet
  • 2023 ISSF World Championship: Gold, Women’s Skeet Team; Silver, Women's Skeet
  • 2022 Championships of the Americas, gold medal and quota in Women’s Skeet; Gold, Mixed Skeet Team
  • 2022 World Championship, Gold, Women's Skeet Team
  • 2022 World Cup Lonato, Gold, Women's Skeet Team
  • 2022 World Cup Lima, Gold, Women's Skeet Team
  • 2022 World Cup Cyprus, Silver, Women's Skeet Team
  • 2019 Pan Am Games, Bronze medalist
  • 2017 World Champion
  • 2017 World Championship, Silver Medalist (Mixed Skeet Team)
  • 2017 World Cup Finals, Bronze Medalist
  • 2017 National Champion
  • 2016 National Championships, Silver Medalist
  • 2015 World Championships, Junior Bronze Medalist
  • 2015 National Championships, Bronze Medalist
  • 2015 Junior National Champion
  • 2014 Junior World Champion
  • 2013 Fall Selection Match, Junior Champion
  • 2013 World Championships, Junior Silver Medalist
  • 2013 National Championships, Junior Silver Medalist
  • 2013 Junior Olympic Champion
  • 2013 Spring Selection Match, Junior Champion
  • 2012 Junior Olympic Silver Medalist
  • 2011 National Championships, Fourth Place