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Two major tournaments, all eight gold medals claimed by Hoyt shooters.

7/09/2012

 The US Target Nationals and Hoyt World Open held in Hamilton OH were once again dominated by Team Hoyt shooters. The US Target Nationals kicked off the four day event where archers compete in the classic FITA event, with distances of 90, 70, 50 and 30 meters, shooting 36 arrows at each distance.   At the end of the grueling 144 arrows, all four national champions were wielding Hoyt. Brady Ellison—Men’s Recurve Champion, Katuna Lorig—Women’s Recurve Champion, Reo Wilde—Men’s Compound Champion and Erika Anschutz—Women’s Compound Champion.

The US National Target also acts as the qualification round for the Hoyt World Open. Archers go head-to-head in a single elimination format. Recurve archers shoot their matches at 70 meters, whereas the compound archers shoot theirs at 50 meters. When the nail-biting pressure of the elimination matches mounted, Hoyt shooters were once again atop of the podium. Brady Ellison—Men’s Recurve Champion, Heather Koehl—Women’s Recurve Champion, Reo Wilde—Men’s Compound Champion and Jamie Van Natta—Women’s Compound Champion.

US Target Nationals

Men’s Recurve

1st Brady Ellison

3nd Jake Kaminski

4th Jacob Wukie

 

Women’s Recurve

1st Khatuna Lorig

 

 Men’s Compound

1st Reo Wilde

3rd Garrett Abernethy

 

Women’s Compound

1st Erika Anschutz

2nd Jamie Van Natta

 

Hoyt World Open

 

Men’s Recurve

1st Brady Ellison

3rd Jake Kaminski

4th Jacob Wukie

 

Women’s Recurve

1st Heather Koehl

 

Compound Men

1st Reo Wilde

2nd Roger Willett Jr.

3rd Logan Wilde

4th Jesse Broadwater

 

Women’s Compound

1st Jamie Van Natta

3rd Diane Watson

4th Samantha Neal

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