"The best part is that it’s always a competition with yourself. At the end of the day, I’m the one pulling the trigger, shooting for the highest score I can achieve that day. In shooting, I always have to strive to push myself to the limits to improve my score each time I get on the line. The equipment is not the most important, but more yourself as a person," she said in the interview. "The space between your ears will make or break you in a match. This is a sport that demands constant improvement, and every competition is a new chance at that."