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LAUSANNE, Switzerland - Thirty-two of the world's top archers - the very best of this World Cup season - will contest the prestigious World Cup Final, beginning Saturday morning. The event will be broadcast live online, free of charge, at this link: http://www.worldarchery.org/EVENTS/World-Cup/2014/Lausanne.
World Archery's live stream broadcast begins at 5:00 a.m. Eastern time on Saturday with compound quarterfinals, continuing through the medal matches. The recurve archers will take to the field, broadcast via live stream, on Sunday morning at 5:00 a.m.
Team USA boasts strong representation in three categories. Erika Jones (Grand Island, Nebraska), Reo Wilde (Pocatello, Idaho), and Bridger Deaton (Pella, Iowa) will shoot in the compound women's and men's groups, respectively.
The U.S. recurve squad will be represented by Brady Ellison (Payson, Arizona), who seeks another World Cup Final title to add to his collection, and fellow Olympic medalist Jake Kaminski (Gainesville, Florida).
Tune in at http://www.worldarchery.org/EVENTS/World-Cup/2014/Lausanne on Saturday and Sunday mornings at 5:00 a.m. Eastern to cheer for Team USA in this high-stakes competition.
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