The way Theo got into competitive shooting tells the story of his history, as well as his swagger, “Shooting Sporting clays was my dad’s hobby when he wasn’t racing. I was eight years old when I became his personal trapper and bag boy. As soon as I turned twelve, I started shooting off and on. By the time I was fourteen, I was competing regularly, and my dad became the trapper and bag boy.”
Theo especially enjoys competing at the World Championships, because he likes the pressure. He has been a 3 time Texas State FITASC Champion, and aspires to be World Sporting and FITASC Champion.