Kicking off the 2020 3D season with a surprise switch from Known Pro to Open Pro, veteran Team Elite shooter Nathan Brooks impressed with a dominant second place podium finish in Foley, Alabama at the first Archery Shooters Association tournament, with a final 50 yard 14-ring arrow.
The 2020 Lancaster Archery Classic wrapped up Sunday afternoon, after four full days of intense competition across archery disciplines. More than 2,000 competitors took to the line vying for the Classic title in their respective classes, and a host of Elite youth and collegiate archers impressed with podium finishes.
Shooting the new 2020 REZULT target bow in Nimes, France at the first penultimate, 1,000-level World Archery indoor tournament, Elite Archery’s Alexis Ruiz battled her way through the competition to earn a bronze medal finish.
The familiar duo of Alexis Ruiz and Curtis Broadnax found themselves each team gold medalists once again at the World Archery Youth World Championships over the weekend in Madrid, Spain, after a week of intense competition.
Proving once again there is not a tournament platform she can’t excel in, Elite Archery’s Alexis Ruiz impressed the field, earning two US National titles and a third place podium finish at the US Open over the weekend in Dublin, Ohio.
The IBO World Championship located on Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia brought 3D season to a close for many archers on Sunday, with Nathan Brooks atop the podium for Elite Archery.
The Archery Shooters Association season wrapped up with the Classic on Sunday in Metropolis, IL with Elite Archery’s Garrett Ayersman in 3rd (Known Pro) both for the tournament and Shooter of the Year, Tommy Gomez earning a 3rd place Open Pro Shooter of the Year title and Natalie Brockman earning Rookie of the Year distinctions in the Women’s Pro class.
The fourth stage of the Hyundai Archery World Cup concluded over the weekend in Berlin, Germany, with Elite Archery’s Alexis Ruiz taking gold and stealing the show for Team USA.
The power lines of London, Kentucky present some of the more challenging conditions for Archery Shooters Association (ASA) athletes, with targets tucked back into dark, gloomy shooting lanes. There, Elite Archery’s Chance Beaubouef followed his 2018 first place London finish, with a second place finish in 2019.
The United States compound archers dominated the second stage of the Hyundai Archery World Cup in Shanghai, with Team Elite’s Alexis Ruiz at the forefront of competitors, collecting three medals on the weekend.