Team Hoyt Sweeps Men’s Compound at World Cup Stage 3
Stage 3 of the Archery World Cup was held in Antalya, Turkey and archers from around the globe made the trip to contest for World Cup medals.
Team Hoyt once again proved their dominance, winning 5 of 6 medals in compound competition. In Men’s Compound, Choi Yong Hee shot strong all week and claimed Korea’s first ever Gold Medal for a compound archer, defeating Rajat Chauhan of India. In the Bronze Medal match, current World and Vegas Champion Mike Schloesser of the Netherlands defeated Italy’s Sergio Pagni. All four shooters were shooting the Pro Comp Elite series of bows.
In Women’s Compound, Iraq’s Fatimah Almashhadani and her Hoyt made an inspiring run through the eliminations, eventually claiming Silver. Janine Meissner of Germany used her Hoyt Faktor to help her pick up the Bronze Medal.
In Men’s Recurve, Florian Kahllund of Germany was able to pilot his Hoyt HPX to a Gold medal, after finishing his match with a tie and winning the shoot-off with a perfect 10!
Congrats to all Team Hoyt shooters. Look for more coverage of the Archery World Cup in August when Stage 4 heads to Wroclaw, Poland.
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