In the last major international World Archery tournament of the year where over 600 competed from across the globe, Elite Archery’s Alexis Ruiz defended her Macau championship with another gold medal finish in the women’s compound division.
The stakes were high, the competition was tough, and Elite Archery’s winningest athlete, Kris Schaff, was ready. Just two years into his World Archery World Cup circuit, Schaff made his debut as the fourth seed at the Hyundai World Cup Final in Samsun, Turkey and left a champion.
In the final USA Archery (USAT) qualifier of the year in Dublin, Ohio, Elite Archery’s young star, Alexis Ruiz, shooting a 2018 VictoryX, concluded her successful competition season with another gold medal finish in the Compound Women’s class.
Elite Archery’s young star, Alexis Ruiz, has proved once again that she’s a top contender on the competition archery field, having just earned three medals at the USA National Target Championships and U.S. Open tournaments in Dublin, Ohio over the weekend.
Cullman, Alabama played host to the Archery Shooters Association (ASA) finale tournament of the 2018 season, where Elite Archery’s Garrett Ayersman reigned victorious in his first pro win, with teammate Jacob Marlow finishing on the podium in second.
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.
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.