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Pan American Games

The Pan American games have been an elusive win for me.  There, I have found fierce competitors, both seasoned and newcomers.  From the US,  Denise Parker and Jennifer Nichols have taken home multiple medals.  This is company I have wanted to be in for a long time. The field this year was int...

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Nimes World Cup

Sorry I have been quiet since Nimes, I am very disappointed in my results.  I needed some time to recover and put something in perspective.  My second scoring was on par but my first, I suffered a bit from not being warmed up enough.  All things would have been ok had I not had a devas...

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The Experience of Archery

I wanted to share with you a story about my son and dedication. He has been shooting for 6 years now and a few months ago he decided he was done. He put down his bow and changed his focus to the things all adults do; a job, a girlfriend, paying bills. It broke my heart, but he is a man now, and I...

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My Road to Rio

My 2014 season was difficult. I was recovering from an injury to my hand that really affected my shooting. I had to rebuild my strength to shoot the weight that works best for me and that took more time than I thought it would. But now, it’s time to settle down and focus on preparing my...

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End of The Season

The World Cups are over and I have only the World Championships left to shoot this year. I have had a very busy summer; I shoot three World Cups and five USA team competitions in five month. Between workshops, practicing and competitions I got exhausted and stressed. Well stress is my best frie...

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Newberry Workshop

I finished my archery workshop in Newberry, Florida and I was amazed with students I got to work with, hard working and talented archers! Newberry may be the home of some future Olympians and champions! I wish I could work with them more often. Going back to Newberry in December for one more w...

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Brooklyn Workshop

My Brooklyn workshop introduced me to many different levels of archers and I had a great time working with them all.  I was amazed at how far some of my students traveled to work with me!  I had a student that drove five hours, another took two trains and a bus and one even flew cross country.   ...

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