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How To Determine Eye Dominance

Eye dominance is a critical piece of accuracy in archery. Many of us have a dominant eye that works harder than the other, and while we use both eyes to see objects all the time, your dominant eye focuses on an object or aiming point naturally, and our visual preference doesn’t always match up. Eye dominance is very important to be aware of, both for beginner archers and seasoned vets, and should affect the way you shoot. With about 70% of people, their dominant eye matches their dominant hand, but that means 30% of people have a dominant hand that...

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ELITE’S KRIS SCHAFF AND CARA KELLY HAVE SUCCESSFUL WEEKEND

Elite Archery was well represented at IBO Worlds in Seven Spring, PA and the World Cup in Berlin, Germany this past weekend. Cara Kelly took home second place at IBO while Kris Schaff won the gold medal in the Team Divison. “The Elite and TOG shooters have had an amazing year,” said Pro Staff Coordinator Darrin Christenberry. “The continued success of our shooters is a testament to the consistency and durability of their equipment.” The IBO season came to a close with the IBO World Championship, held at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania. 1,200 shooters were challenged...

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ELITE TAKES HOME FOUR MEDALS AT OUTDOOR NATIONALS

Elite Archery had a successful weekend at Outdoor Nationals and JOAD in Westfield, Indiana. Both Kris Schaff and Curtis Broadnax earned two medals at the event, both shooting the new Elite ReVol. “Kris and Curtis continue to shine in the outdoor target world,” said Elite Pro Staff Manager Darrin Christenberry. “The levels of competition are so high in archery that it’s tough to compete and even harder to win. Fighting off some of the windiest conditions ever, they managed to rise to the top, which is a true testament to their ability and to their equipment.” The tournament, which brings together...

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ELITE ARCHERY IMPRESSES AT ASA FINALE IN ALABAMA

Elite Archery had an impressive weekend in Cullman, AL at the ASA Classic tournament with four podium finishes. Jeremy Elliott, Men’s Known-Pro Shooter and Michael Braden, Senior Pro Shooter, each took home first place in their respective competitions. Cara Kelly placed second in the Women’s Pro while Maddie Rutkowski placed third. Chance Beaubouef and Michael Braden held on to their 2017 Shooter of the Year leads to secure the title in the late hours of the evening, while TJ Strychalski, David Rose and Rutkowski all earned Rookie of the Year titles for Elite. “Not long ago, people didn’t really understand...

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DOUBLE BRONZE MEDAL WIN FOR ELITE ARCHERY AT THE WORLD GAMES

Elite Archery shooters Christie Colin and Kris Schaff both secured bronze medals in the World Games, held in Wroclaw, Poland. Christie Colin won the Bronze in the 50 meter Women’s Pro Compound Division while Kris won his alongside fellow USA teammate Cassidy Cox in the Mixed Team Compound Division. “The World Games is a special event,” said Pro Staff Coordinator Darrin Christenberry. “Not just anyone can show up and compete. Having the credentials to be invited and then being able to shoot your way through some of the best archers on the planet is no small feat. Both Christie and Kris were...

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