LONDON - Shooter Kim Rhode missed just one shot out of 100 -- equalling the world record -- as she became America's first individual medallist at five straight Olympics with gold in the women's skeet Sunday. Rhode, a medallist in Atlanta, Sydney, Athens and Beijing, destroyed the field at the Royal Artillery Barracks, never looking remotely in danger under cloudy skies in south London. China's Wei Ning won silver with Danka Bartekova of Slovakia taking bronze after a shoot-off. But the competition was a procession for Rhode -- who then warned her rivals she had no intention of retiring.