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  1. NOTICE: FREE WARRANTY REPLACEMENT  2018 #3 CARBON RX-1 ZT TURBO CAM

    At Hoyt, building the highest-quality archery products in the world is job number one. Not only do we have industry-leading product testing standards before a product is ever approved to go to market, but we also continue to test products in the field to ensure that our exacting standards are being met and that our customer’s experience is exceptional.

     Through our continual product testing programs, we have discovered that the original #3 ZT Turbo Cams on the 2018 Carbon RX-1 Turbo bows may create pre-mature string wear. This pre-mature wear could lead to the string needing to be replaced sooner than otherwise expected. (Hoyt recommends that all bow strings be regularly inspected and maintained and that they be replaced after the earlier of two years or two thousand shots.)

     To remedy this potential pre-mature string wear, Hoyt is committed to providing a free warranty replacement for the cams and the string on all 2018 Carbon RX-1 Turbo bows with the original #3 ZT Turbo Cams. If you have purchased or own a 2018 Carbon RX-1 Turbo with the original #3 ZT Turbo Cam, and even if you have not previously registered your bow, please visit your place of purchase or any other Authorized Hoyt Retailer to register your bow and have a new set of updated ZT Turbo Cams and string installed at no-charge. You can also contact us at Hoyt (1-801-363-2990) to be sure that your bow is registered and can send it directly to our Hoyt factory technicians for this free warranty replacement.

     A specific marking has been placed on the updated #3 ZT Turbo Cam for easy identification. The updated cam features a ZT logo at the end of the cable track near the cable attachment. Any Carbon RX-1 Turbo bows with the updated cam will not need the free warranty replacement. See photo below for reference:

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    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause but we are absolutely committed to ensuring your utmost satisfaction in your Hoyt product.

     Sincerely,

     Hoyt Product Testing and Quality Assurance Teams

  2. Lopez Wins Fourth World Cup Final Title

    SAMSUN, Turkey — The top eight archers from each division, comprised of the best throughout the World Cup Circuit, met this past weekend in Samsun, Turkey for the World Cup Final. This prestigious event hosts the worlds top archers, making the competition relentless. Team Hoyt was able to come away with Gold, Silver and Bronze finishes with some standouts. 

    Hoyt Pro Sara Lopez walked into this event with three World Cup Final titles - shooting for a fourth. With a successful day leading her to the Gold, Lopez shot a 146 to win her fourth title. Currently Lopez and fellow Hoyt Pro Brady Ellison are the only archers to hold four World Cup Titles. 

    Lopez full of emotions after receiving her award, representing her home country. 

    Lopez stands tall on the podium after her fourth World Cup Final win. Beside her, Linda Ochoa-Anderson (SILVER) and So Chaewon (BRONZE). A Hoyt podium sweep for the Compound Women. 

    Demir Elmaagacli wins SILVER in home country.

    Abhishek Verma wins BRONZE with a 149.

    Yasemin Anagoz wins SILVER. 

    Brady Ellison wins BRONZE at the World Cup Final.

    Pictured, Brady Ellison (BRONZE) alongside Kim Woojin (GOLD). Woojin won his third title in Samsun, Turkey. 

  3. Schloesser wins World Field to complete Triple-crown
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    A Hoyt Podium sweep for the compound men. Mike Schloesser ear to ear with his GOLD medal beside Nico Wiener (SILVER) and Steve Anderson (BRONZE).

    CORTINA, Italy - The 2018 World Field Championships finished up today in the mountains of Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. World Field consisted of Marked and Unmarked rounds on the course finishing with an Elimination day crowning our winners. Scholesser walked away with GOLD completeing a triple-crown. Mike Schloesser is now a world field, world indoor and world outdoor champion.

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    View of the course in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.

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    Lisa Unruh proudly on the podium after earning her 2nd consecutive World Field Title. 

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    Max Mandia at full draw walking away with a SILVER.

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    Brady Ellison celebrating with Rod Menzer after firing the winning shot for BRONZE. Hoyt member Jean-Charles Valladont comes home with a fourth place finish.

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    Toja Ellison in the Gold medal match coming home with a SILVER. 

  4. Golden in Legnica

    Yasemin Anagoz met Maja Jager in the Finals taking it to a 5-5 draw forcing a shoot-off. Anagoz with a strong 10 taking the GOLD!

    LEGNICA, Poland - The European Archery Championships brought tough competition to the field as teams were competing to qualify for the European Games which will be held in Minsk, Belarus on June 21-30, 2019. 

    For the European Archery Championships Team Hoyt dominated earning six podium spots; three of which were GOLD medals. Congratulations are in order for Andrea Marcos, Yasemin Anagoz and Steve Wijler for taking home the GOLD! Hats off to our Team for outstanding performances on the field.

    Andrea Marcos against fellow Team Hoyt member Toja Ellison in the Quarter Finals. Later, Marcos WON the GOLD with a strong 146 finish. 

    Steve Wijler, pictured with his fellow team members, won the GOLD with a shoot-off arrow scoring a 10.

    Up next, find Team Hoyt in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy for the 2018 World Archery Field Championships taking place September 4-9, 2018.

  5. Team Hoyt Dominates Buckeye Classic

    DUBLIN, Ohio - Team Hoyt returned to Dublin for the Buckeye Classic which concluded the 2018 USAT circuit. This tournament determined final standings for the 2019 United States Archery Team and was the second stage of the U.S. Team Trials for the World Archery Championships and Pan Am Games. The weekend consisted of a 72 arrow qualification round which placed archers into their respective brackets bringing them head to head. 

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    A Hoyt podium sweep for the recurve men with familiar faces. Brady Ellison (Gold Medal), Crispin Duenas (Silver Medal) and Matthew Requa (Bronze Medal). Up and coming Hoyt shooter, Jack Williams, finished with fourth.

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    Matt Sullivan climbed his way to the top winning all of his matches to claim the Gold Medal.

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    Mackenzie Brown with a strong elimination day earning her the Gold Medal.

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