Easton dominates World Cup -
The 2023 outdoor season is now in full swing and Easton's shooters once again took home all the individual gold medals in the first world-class event of the season.
Entering its 17th year, the Archery World Cup once again kicked off in Antalya, Turkey. More than 390 archery athletes from 52 countries participated in the first competition of the 2023 international tour.
For recurve archers, they are building momentum for next year's Paris Olympics, while compound archers are gearing up for the World Archery Championships in Berlin later this summer.
Easton shooters earned all gold medals in every category.
Slovenia's Jozef Bozansky wielded an Easton X10 shaft to defeat America's Easton archer Sawyer Sullivan to win the men's composite individual gold medal, while India's Jodi · Jyothi Vennam won the women's composite gold medal against Colombian archery legend Sara Lopez in the final.
All gold medal finalists selected Easton’s American-made X10 and X10 ProTour shafts to lead them to the podium.
Denmark won men's team compound gold with Mattias Fullerton, Tore Bjarnarson and world champion Stephen Hansen all equipped with X10 and X10 ProTours.
This is also the time when Easton X10 swept all the medals in the recurve competition. British player Penny Healey defeated German player Elina Idensen and won the World Cup for the first time. Chinese player An Qixuan won the bronze medal. On the men's side, Moldovan veteran Dan Olaru defeated Olympic silver medalist Jean-Charles Valladont to win recurve gold.
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