I got to finish the 2018 outdoor season at Cass’ Creeks Archery range with some friends. The wind was very unpredictable leaving me with a considerable low score. However, for the day and conditions I felt like I did my best to finish off the season right.
My 2018 outdoor season started on a good knot with shooting my first 720 with no 8s. Right after this event my scores started to drop almost 10 points each competition. I thought it was me but it had turned out that my bow had come out of tune. After figuring out that this was the problem I shot some of my most consistent high score with my prevail 37. I also was able to beat my personal best on a field course as well as come in second for the Canadian open at 2018 Canadian Nationals. I may have found my stride but I needed to keep it going for the field world championships in September. At this event I was able to qualify 13th and after head to head matches finish 10th.
I would like to congratulate everyone else on a successful 2018 season and to thank everyone who has helped me along the way. I would never be where I am today in my archery career without your support.
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