Vickie Larkin began shooting trap in 1979, and the following year she won the first of her 15 Grand American trophies - runner-up and women's honors in the President's Handicap after tying for the title with 99. Her eight twin bird awards include the women's titles in the 1990 and 1991 Doubles Championships. In 1999, Vickie captured the ladies zone crown during the Clay Target Championship.

Vickie has collected more than 50 awards at Satellite Grands. Her 22 prizes at the Spring Grand include runner up in the 1989 Handicap Championship with 99 from the back fence. That year she also set the tournament all-around record for her category, totaling 396X400 and winning Class AA honors. In addition, she earned top women's laurels in one singles, one handicap and two doubles championships.

Vickie's Western Grand women's trophies include two singles and two doubles crowns. She secured category all-around and high-over-all honors four times each.

She has also competed in the Great Lakes, Midwestern, Southwestern, Dixie and Southern Grands, where she has won a total of seven ladies' titles - one singles, two handicap and four doubles.

At the 1999 ATA Western Zone tournament, Vickie captured her eighth consecutive and 10th total women's singles championship. She established the then category record of 199 in 1989 and has matched that four times. Vickie also claimed four women's high-over-all trophies.

In the California state shoot competition, Vickie has amassed more than 130 awards since 1981, when she paced women in the Doubles Championship. Between 1985 and 1991, she captured five ladies' crowns. She tied for the 1988 doubles title with 98 and ended with the category trophy. In addition, Vickie has netted numerous non resident awards at the Arizona State Shoot, where she topped women in the 1989 main singles with 200.

Vickie has won many trophies at the Golden West Grand, including women's laurels in the 1985 and 1995 feature 16s with 200s.

Between 1984 and 2000 Vickie was named to the ATA All-American women's team every year but one. She has also been selected for several state teams, serving as women's captain from 1986 to 1999.

In 1988 she earned the first-place women's Trap & Field All-Around Average Award with .9531, and she netted seven second place awards between 1985 and 1994. Vickie reached the 27 yard line in 1982, the 24th woman to accomplish this, and she attained AA-27-AA status five years later.

Vickie is joined on the line by husband Tom and daughter Leah.

Vickie Larkin was inducted in to the California Trapshooting Hall of Fame in 2000.