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Overcoming Adversity Through Archery


A bow, arrow and tons of practice are all an archer needs to succeed. However, archery can be a tough sport to master. It can take years of practice and hours on the range before some athletes can shoot their way to the top.

Gabriel George, 32, is an archer who is targeting a different goal. WUFT reporter, Meredith Sheldon, explores how this athlete is overcoming adversity through archery.

Complete Recurve Bows

If you’ve ever had an archery lesson while on holiday these are probably the type of bows you used.  These massively popular, low cost trainer bows are often the point of entry for many new archers who want to ‘have-a-go’ while not breaking the bank.You can find some of the best recurve bow options in the webiste in the link.

There is many an archery club who have a cupboard full of these bows for conducting beginners courses.  Ideal for scout groups and leisure companies as the price/quality ratio of these bows continue to impress.

For a first time archer wanting a bit of fun, it’s hard to go wrong with these.

About Meredith Sheldon

Meredith is a reporter who can be contacted by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing news@wuft.org.

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