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June 09, 2014

JOAD Olympians and Adult Pin Recipients Recognized by USA Archery

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Archery is pleased to announce the names of archers who have earned the most coveted awards a JOAD archer can earn: the bronze, silver and gold Olympian. JOAD - which stands for Junior Olympic Archery Development - gives young archers the opportunity to set goals and earn awards for achieving them.

Participants in the Adult Archery Achievement program also get the opportunity to shoot for Bronze, Silver and Gold Pins, which recognize high-performing scores achieved by adult archers.

USA Archery extends congratulations to the following JOAD Olympian recipients who earned their awards from January 1 through June 5:

Bronze Olympians

Silver Olympians

Gold Olympians

Sebastian Cooper

Cedric Thelen

Noah Shedroff

Caity Farr

Noah Shedroff

Austin Cates

Jacob Spurgeon

Andrew Franck

Eric Kane

Dylan Sackschewsky

Austin Cates

Seth Trahan

Andrew Franck

Abriana Deslauriers

Josh Flores

Aaron Zeober

Buck Brown

Domonic Martinez

Noah Shedroff

Jesse Clayton

Tyler Bauer

Austin Cates

Seth Trahan

Jeremy Pittman

Abriana Deslauriers

Kaitlyn Chretien

Jared Laux

Lia Gagliano

Holly Pizzini

Dustin Miller

Danielle Gunn

Hala Skelton

Matthew Weinstein

Buck Brown

Ethan Eisenmann

Mason Tompkins

Jesse Clayton

Danielle Reynolds

Nathan Yamaguchi

Josh Lynch

Cody Johnson

Buck Brown

Seth Trahan

Jordan Benadum

Ben Alexander

Yuji Sugimoto

Jace Vael

Buck Brown

Micah Flores

Jared Laux

Dylan Sackschewsky

Jordan Cuebas

Alice Buswell

Alice Buswell

Dahlia Crook

Dahlia Crook

Ethan Eisenmann

Alexa Claps

Morgan Webb

Jace Vael

Brent Hayward

Meagan Petitt

Cassidy Cox

Meghan Collins

Sachiko Keane

Emily Allen

Thomas Ferraro

Matthew Weinstein

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