by Team Hoyt
March 7, 2010
With more than 70,000 registered FITA shooters, France is the biggest target archery nation on the planet. This archery powerhouse has just held its indoor nationals, and once again Team Hoyt turned in a stunning performance, taking 100% of the top podium spots.
It was another decisive victory for the Hoyt Formula Series, this time in the hands of French competitor Franck Fisseux, storming the leader board with an incredible 594 qualification round on his way to victory in the Gold Medal finals.
Emilie Garcia used her Hoyt recurve to take the gold medal in the women’s recurve category while Hoyt Shooting Staff star Berengere Schuh took the bronze.
Meanwhile, Hoyt Pro Staff shooter Dominique Genet took the Gold Medal in Men’s compound with his 2010 Hoyt Maxxis.
Sandrine Vandionant took first in Women’s compound with her Hoyt, defeating Team Hoyt's Valerie Fabre, past world champion, and closing out the total Hoyt sweep of all the gold medals.
Since its introduction for 2010, Hoyt Formula Series shooters have taken a first place at every major international event across the globe. It’s no wonder the Formula Series is widely recognized as the most successful new bow ever introduced.