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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – USA Archery celebrated the 50thedition of the Indoor Nationals this year. 13 regional locations hosted over 4,500 archers over the last several weeks for the 50thU.S. National Indoor Championships, 2019 JOAD National Championships and a chance to make it to the U.S. National Indoor Championships Final.
USA Archery is proud to celebrate the countless successes of the thousands of archers who competed, from personal bests to state and national records. Over a dozen national records were broken, including world field silver medalist Fawn Girard’s barebow senior women’s 536/600 and 1070/1200. 11-year-old Liko Arreola’s insane compound bowman scores of 580 and 1154 put her 14thin the combined compound women’s rankings.
In collegiate records, Texas A&M’s Judson Riley broke the bowhunter men’s records with 594 and 1186 in Texas, but then James Madison University’s Aaron Sackschewsky outscored those in Virginia with 596 and 1187.
The scores of the U.S. National Indoor Championships are combined for all recurve and compound and women’s divisions, and a gender neutral barebow category sponsored by Lancaster Archery Supply, for invitations to the U.S. National Indoor Championship Final, March 15th in Cincinnati, Ohio where over $70,000 of prize money will be on the line. The final line up will be announced later this week.
Complete results from the Indoor Nationals can be found at www.tinyurl.com/usaalive. Follow USA Archery on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more from the event.
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