Nimes, France – The season’s first world-class indoor 1000 point event has just concluded in Nimes, France, and once again Team Easton competitors took the most medals with an all-out sweep of the podiums recurve with the Easton X10, and a sweep of the men’s composite finals.
American archer Kris Schaff defeated his Easton teammate Mathias Fullerton of Denmark in the composite final before an emotional crowd of thousands at the famous French Riviera stadium as the Sud de France – Nimes Archery Tournament 2023 saw a welcome return to the pre-pandemic. Levels of participation and viewers.
It was a total sweep of all recurve podiums for the Easton X10 with French star Thomas Chirault and Italian competitor Tatiana Andreoli taking the men’s and women’s recurve titles, respectively. With the Nimes qualifications now potentially counting for the Paris Olympic berths with World Archery’s new qualification system, where indoor events count towards participation in the Olympic Games, there was more than the usual level of tension, and the features The X10’s forgiving finger release system proved unbeatable in the high-pressure Arena of Nimes.
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