Camerin Pickering Reaches Quarter-Finals

April 9, 2024 | 0 Comments

Bermudian archer Camerin Picking is just two wins away from securing a spot at the Olympic Games in Paris this summer after reaching the quarter-finals of the Continental Qualifier of the Americas in Medellín, Colombia.

He defeated compatriot Jaydon Roberts in the second round 6-2 before beating Thomas Flossbach, of Guatemala, by the same score in the round of 16 of the recurve men’s competition.

Pickering will face Oscar Ticas, of El Salvador, the quarters today [April 9].

The 24-year-old is already eligible for a universality berth for small nations at Paris after achieving the qualification score at the Hyundai Archery World Cup Stage 4 in the French capital in August last year.

Also competing at the qualifier is Bermudian Bernard Wade III, who lost 6-4 to Luis Sanchez, of Venezuela, in the second round.

Bermuda’s archers, who have been accompanied by coaches Ross Roberts and Trina Roberts, will also compete in the team qualifying event tomorrow.

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