The Netherlands. France. And now, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. With three of the world’s four biggest indoor events in the history books, Team Easton’s competitors continue their path to world domination.
Lancaster Archery’s acclaimed 2000 shooter classic has just concluded and Las Vegas champion and archery prodigy Bodie Turner, after two perfect scores in the qualifying round, prevailed in a tight final against team archer Easton Kris Schaff to top the podium at Lancaster in the premiere Open Pro category. . Both Bodie and Kris relied on the incredibly precise Easton X7 spindle to
their dazzling performances. And, two-time Las Vegas champion Liko Arreola battled her way to a bronze medal in the women’s compound final with the Easton Superdrive.
In the men’s recurve, the Easton shooters swept the podium with Brady Ellison winning his first major championship of the year. He took home his gold in the final against runner-up Jack Williams and Indian Sachin Gupta came third.
In the women’s recurve, Olympian Casey Kaufhold defeated Dutch seed Gaby Schloesser in the final for the gold medal, with Savannah Vanderweir taking bronze again to give the Easton shooters another sweep of the recurve podium.
The next and final stop on the world-class indoor circuit is the Vegas Shoot next weekend. The Team Easton booth will feature limited-edition Vegas Shoot merchandise and celebrate the end of Easton’s 100th anniversary commemoration.
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