‘The Admiral’ back from stormy waters: the return of PJ Deloche
May11

‘The Admiral’ back from stormy waters: the return of PJ Deloche

“When I was a child, I wasn’t an archer. I was living things, doing everything. I joined the Navy and saved lives at sea. I’m taking care of my family – those who are left. I trust my ability to continue something good in archery, but it will be how I want it to be:  bright, funny and pleasant. Too many bad things happened. No more. I’m breathing again, almost normally. Let’s see what’s next in the archery world, there’s a...

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Happy 2017
Jan06

Happy 2017

First let me start by wishing all of you a fantastic new year. After the archery craze of last year I hope this one will be even crazier. With four world Cups plus a final, three world championships, World Games and some European championships (indoor and field) I feel my wish for another crazy one is granted. I cannot wait for things to come. Will the Koreans continue to dominate or will someone else step up? I don’t dare making any...

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Making the switch
Jan05

Making the switch

Crystal Gauvin is no stranger to the World Cup circuit; she has been consistently in contention at the top of the women’s compound division for the last few years. Currently ranked second in the world, she decided to make the switch to recurve. We asked her about the good, the bad and the ugly side of doing so.   I think everyone knows making the switch from compound to recurve isn’t an easy one. However, in my journey from a...

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QUITE THE YEAR
Dec19

QUITE THE YEAR

It’s been quite a year. I just finished my last archery trip of the year and taking a well deserved (and needed) time-out. I don’t remember having a three week stretch of no archery events to go tot his year and I will either love it or get bored stiff. Olympic years usually are quite busy but this was an exceptional one, at least for me. Sometimes not even knowing where I am or what day it was. I am lucky to travel with a great...

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And then there was Kim Woojin
Aug05

And then there was Kim Woojin

With an incredible score of 700 points Kim Woojin (KOR) broke the four year old record, set by his fellow country men Im Dong Hyun in London 2012, and topped the leader board after the ranking round. Kim Woojin showing he is still #1 With a few men exchanging the lead after the first few ends it could be anyones record. However as the Woojin train got going he took the lead once again and never looked back. Kim Woojin had previously...

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