Brian Zins eked out his win of the 45 championship.
Indeed, looking only at the Slow Fire scores, it looked pretty bad. Brian was in fifth place, four points down from the top score in that match.
We can’t know what was going through Brian’s head at that point. All we can see is that, when he fired the National Match Course, he fired an amazing 294-12 for second place in that match.
From there on, he was on a roll firing 200-19 in Timed and then 199-11 in Rapid.
And the combination was enough for the win of the 45 championship!