News

18, Jun, 2012

New Zealand to compete at World Cup in USA


Yet again New Zealand has compound archers competing in a World Cup, this time in Ogden, Utah.
The team is a mixture of experience, a new face and another face returning!

The experience is provided by Shaun Teasdale who has competed on the international scene for the last five years or so.
The new face is Mike Caulton who experienced his first World Cup about a month ago in Shanghai.

We welcome back our former national women’s champion Ali Bateman who, having married an Australian, is now Ali Turner.
Ali has moved with husband to California where Robert has a coaching position.

The Board congratulates these archers and wishes them every success.
We can all follow their progress on the World Archery web site.

Carole A Hicks

National Secretary.