Archers Compete In Indoor World Series

November 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

Nearly 3000 archers from around 80 countries registered for the Virtual Indoor Archery World Series, including archers from Bermuda, marking the first time Bermuda archers have taken part in a World Series Event.

The weather was not the best for Jaydon Roberts and Trina Roberts who shot the tournament outside, and were challenged with wind and rain, while the other five archers were able to shoot indoors at the St. George’s Community Centre.

The President of the National Archery Association, Ross Roberts reflected saying, “Overall we are pleased with the results from our local archers. Some were challenged with the outdoor conditions, however overall the team placed well against the other competing countries.”

Men’s Recurve 780 Competitors

  • Camerin Pickering finished 164th score 553/600. [Personal Best]
  • Bernard Wade finished 215th score 542/600 [Personal Best]
  • Robert O’Connor finished 265th score 533/600 [Personal Best]
  • Jaydon Roberts finished 439th score 490 [Personal Best]
  • Alleyne Weeks finished 513th score 461/600 [Personal Best]

Women’s Recurve 435 Competitors

  • Robin Selley finished 276th score 424 [Personal Best]
  • Trina Roberts finished 309th score 364 [Personal Best]

The series continues into December 2020 where the archers will come to the line again against the other 79 countries in the world.

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