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CHULA VISTA, Calif. - Richard "Guy" Krueger, USA Archery's High Performance Manager and Assistant Head Coach since 2012, has accepted additional responsibilities as the organization's Women's Head Coach.
In this expanded role, Krueger will continue to manage USA Archery's High Performance team, and will lead and coach the Women's Excellence Program and the women's team in collaboration with National Head Coach KiSik Lee. Krueger will be responsible for leading women's archery development in the United States.
""I am extremely excited about this opportunity to focus on our women's team and their development," said Krueger. "I believe we have a number of very talented and hard working female archers, and I'm looking forward to being able to invest in them and support them in achieving their dreams."
Krueger currently oversees USA Archery's High Performance programming, including managing High Performance staff and contractors. Together with Lee, Krueger leads the development of long-range and annual athlete development plans and budgeting.
His duties also include coordinating and planning all national development programs, athlete training camps and at-home training programs, as well as developing, overseeing and enforcing team selection procedures, including those for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Krueger has been a part of USA Archery since 2008, when he started as the Resident Athlete Program Coach and Manager, and eventually became Assistant Head Coach in 2011, adding High Performance Management to his duties in 2012.
As a competitive athlete for twenty years, Krueger also earned individual gold and bronze medals at the World University Archery Championships, and Pan American Games gold and silver medals. He is a former U.S. Open champion, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Texas A&M University.
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