Canadian National Team archer leads competition as the qualification round of the World Archery Lockdown Knockdown remote tournament proceeds to quarter finals.
Canadian archer Crispin Duenas leads the pack as the World Archery Lockdown Knockdown qualification round concluded this weekend. Despite the break from active competition due to COVID-19, Duenas still managed to shoot a 595 during the 60-arrow, 18-metre qualifying round, which was good for first place. Following close behind him was Brady Ellison, the American rival and current World Champion, who shot a 593, landing in second place. European Champion, Steve Wijler, managed to place third.
1 – Duenas – 595
2️ – Ellison – 593
3 – Wijler – 589
4 – Roman – 579
5️ – Kaufhold – 577
6 – Bayardo – 577
7 – Oliveira – 577
8 – Anagoz – 559
The archers will now be seeded and placed into a bracket for the Quarter finals. The Quarter finals will be streamed live by World Archery from June 13th-16th, the Semifinals from June 18th-19th and the Finals on June 21st. The livestreams are set to start at 11h00 EST and the winner will be able to advance to the next round.
Matches will begin at 11h00 EST.
13-16 June – Quarterfinals (live)
18-19 June – Semifinals (live)
21 June – Final (live)