A Week in the Desert

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I decided to go straight from Mexico to Arizona, instead of coming home to the cold for a couple days. The house I was staying at for the first two days was closer to archery range than the tournament venue, so I decided to practice there until R joined me. I had gained some confidence … Continue reading »

Sun, Hot Sauce & Bribes

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Just 3 days after shooting an indoor tournament at outdoor distances, I was hopping on a plane headed for Guadalajara, Mexico for the Versus tournament. I was excited for my first real test of outdoor shooting this year, but more importantly I was looking forward to shooting my bow in warm weather, without 50 layers … Continue reading »

Indoor, Outdoor Shooting

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I’ve gotten pretty behind on posts from my tournaments, so I’m going to try to post up recaps from my last couple over the next week. First up is the Brandeis, Indoor 70M tournament. Lucky for me, the organizers listened to my feedback from last year, so compound archers now shoot 50M at this tournament, … Continue reading »

Unlucky in Louisville

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Last weekend had both ups and downs, but I am choosing to focus on the positive, instead of dwelling on the single negative event that occurred. I flew in Friday, had no delays or issues and my bow arrived with me (always a plus!). It was sunny and warm as I stepped out of the … Continue reading »

My first world championships

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I’ve been back in the US for a day and a half now, and I’m finally feeling rested and back in the swing of things. Not only was this trip my first world championships, but it was also my longest span away from home (for archery). The trip started with me shooting indoor nationals in … Continue reading »
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