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The JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Development) National Championships took place in North Carolina over the weekend and Elite Archery’s Alexis Ruiz and Curtis Broadnax showcased extraordinary athleticism and precision by finishing in top spots.
They define what it means to "Join The Movement" with Elite Archery, and they're already turning heads in their careers. In this new blog series from Elite Archery, hear from the next generation of archers on their goals and what they're doing to achieve them.
Tough conditions, and even tougher competition were the footnotes of the sixth Archery Shooters Association (ASA) tournament of the year in Metropolis, IL. After receiving several inches of rain days before the kickoff of the shoot, the courses were set to be a challenge with shin-deep muddy trails. At the onset, Elite Archery’s Glen Bordwell proved the terrain wouldn’t prevent him from having success, as he challenged his way to a win in the Men’s Known Pro division.
Nearly two thousand miles apart, Team Elite’s top competitors took to their fields with success over the weekend, first in Salt Lake City, UT at stage three of the World Cup, followed by Champion, PA for the annual Organization of Professional Archery tournament.
The Outdoor Group, a manufacturer of industry-leading archery and hunting related products headquartered in West Henrietta, is pleased to announce Josh Sidebottom has accepted the position of Chief Operations Officer (COO).
For those that may be just getting started, learning the game of target archery can be an intimidating task. Becoming a successful archer is something that can take a lifetime of learning - and Elite Archery's pro staff manager Darrin Christenberry knows a thing or two.
The powerlines of London, Kentucky played host to the fifth Archery Shooters Association (ASA) tournament of the year, where Elite Archery’s Chance Beaubouef (shooting an Elite Echelon 39) and Nathan Brooks (shooting an Elite VictoryX) claimed a 1-2 victory in the Men’s Known Pro class despite challengingly dark shooting lanes.
The second stage of the World Cup took place in a windy, rainy Antalya, Turkey, just after a week of record-breaking weather. Team Elite’s Reo Wilde and Kris Schaff represented two of four United States compound archery male competitors and Schaff proved, once again, to be one of the world’s top contenders.