SNAC shooters at FCA Champs Update

Congratulations to Christopher Perkins who won the national championship and the Open.  Michael Bracey shot his personal best on both rounds, Jordan Sequillion won a personal-best number of elimination matches, Nancy, Georcy and Molly all went deep into the elimination rounds, Logan shot his average for the year, and Patrick and Eric Peters shot well for their first national championships.

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The following SNAC archers will be competing at the 2011 Archery Canada Target/Field Championships in Delisle, SK (Delisle is located 20 minutes SW of Saskatoon) from August 10-14:

Michael Bracey, Nancy Chalut, Logan Coulter, Christopher Perkins, Eric Peters, Patrick Peters, Jordan Sequillion, Molly Solc and Georcy-Stephanie Thiffeault-Picard.

Good luck to everyone!

2011 Youth World Championships

Congratulations to Christopher Perkins as a member of the gold-medal junior men’s compound team in Legnica!  Congratulations to Molly won performed to her average this year at this event – a true accomplishment for any archer!  Unfortunately, Georcy became ill during the ranking round – these things happen.  Congrats go out also to Christopher and his mixed team partner Katie Roth – great job!  Now it’s on to the Provincial Champs to end the season.

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After a terrible start to his trip, thanks to Air Canada, Christopher Perkins finally has been able to join Molly Solc and Georcy Thiffeault-Picard at the World Archery Youth Championships in Legnica, POL.

Good luck to all members of the Canadian team. GO CANADA, GO!

PERKINS WINS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

South Nation Archery Club is ecstatic beyond words to announce that today in Torino, ITA Christopher Perkins won the senior men’s compound individual championship. We are honoured to be part of the support network for Christopher over the past 6 years.

Earlier today, Christopher was a member of the men’s compound team that won the bronze medal.

Congratulations, Christopher on a tremendous achievement and great shooting!

Christopher’s next major events are the Canadian nationals in Delisle, SK and then the youth world championships in Legnica, POL in August.