Harlan Campbell Jr., of Tribune, Kansas, began his registered career in 1973. Since then he has fired at more than 450,000 targets, accumulated many awards and logged numerous records.
His trophy collection includes more than 200+ trophies in Grand American competition, more than 40 in the past two years alone. He has won 9 GRAND AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP rings - 3) for ALL AROUND - 4) for HIGH-OVER-ALL. - 1) SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP, and 1) DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP. In addition to 2 CHAMPION of CHAMPIONS titles 2008 & 2016.
With a record 55 - GRAND AMERICAN DOUBLES 100-straights, nine of which were posted in the Championship race, he ended as event CHAMPION in 2012.
He has logged 200-straight 28 times at the GRAND, 14 of them in Clay-Target Championship, which resulted in a high finish of CHAMPION in 2012.
Campbell has won 75+ Satellite Grand titles. He has extablished current all-around records of 397 at the 2002 Great Lakes and 2005 Northeastern, plus 399 at the 2006 Southwestern Grand. He won the 2009 Southwestern HOA title with 1,283/1,300...the 2008 Heartland HOA with 1,086/1,100, both are still tournament highs.
Harlan is 22 -Time ATA All-American Team member, including once ATA All-American on the 1980 Junior Squad, and once 1997 Men's Second Team. He has been a Men's First Team member every year since 1998 including being CAPTAIN 11 times.
Campbell has collectd TRAP & FIELD All-Around Average awards every year since 2002, leading the ATA in composit averages in 2012. For 20 of the past 21 years he has finished with a singles average of 99% or higher. His personal best is a 99.66 in 2014. He completed his ATA GRAND SLAM in August of 2000 with a 100 from the 27.
He ranks among the associations's leaders in the 100s in doubles, with 295 to date.
Member of the ATA Trapshooting Hall of Fame - 2012
Member of the Kansas Trapshooting Hall of Fame - 1999
9-Time Grand American World Trapshooting Champion
2-Time Champion of Champions 2008 & 2016
11 - Time Mens All-American Team Captain
295 - Career "100 STRAIGHTS" / Doubles
22-Time ATA All-American