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  1. Tazza Takes the Win at 1st Leg of the IBO Triple Crown

    Pipestem, WV - The first leg of the IBO Triple Crown kicked off this past weekend with 3D shooters gunning for 11′s on the 11, 10, 8, 5 scoring format on Rinehart 3D targets. Veteran 3D shooter and long time Hoyt Pro Staffer, Tony Tazza shot five 11′s in his last seven targets to secure the victory by one point over his nearest competitor in the Senior Pro Division. Tony already has several trips on top of the ASA podium this season and now adds a IBO Podium to his impressive 3D season.

  2. Hoyt Shooters Chomp the Competition at Gator Cup

    NEWBERRY, Florida - The 2018 Easton Foundation’s Gator Cup is always popular thanks to the sunny weather, fantastic venue and incredible competition. This year was no exception with over 500 shooters competing.

    Team Hoyt’s Matt Sullivan, shooting his Hoyt Prevail, took the top spot on the Men’s Compound podium, knocking off big-name archer’s all along the way. His final match, the gold medal match, was an intense, hard fought match that ended in a tie. Matt had tied this particular competitor in the past and lost the one arrow shoot-off to him, but not this time. This was Matt’s time and he clinched the gold medal with a one arrow closest to center shoot-ff. 

    Team Hoyt’s Matt Sullivan prevailed after many grueling matches to take home the Gold Medal.


    In the Women’s Compound Division, Linda Ochoa-Anderson set a new Match-Play World Record shooting a perfect 150 with 11X’s in her finals match, also earning her a spot on the podium. This is Linda’s second podium appearance in a week, following up her podium finish in Redding, California last week at the NFAA Marked 3D. Linda also won the NFAA Indoor Nationals and a Bronze at the Arizona Cup this seaon. Her Hoyt Prevail is dialed and Linda can’t wait for what’s next.

    Linda Ochoa-Anderson poses after breaking the World Record in match-play with her perfect 150 11X score. 


    Brady Ellison, Crispin Duenes and Matt Requa swept the Men’s Recurve division, making it an all Hoyt podium finish taking places 1, 2 and 3 respectively. The three Hoyt teammates were all shooting the Hoyt Formula Faktor with X-Tour limbs.

    Team Hoyt Podium Sweep - Brady Ellison, Crispin Duenes and Matt Requa owned Gold, Silver and Bronze when it was all said and done.


    Other notable finishes for Team Hoyt shooters this weekend were Mackenzie Brown who won silver in the Women’s Recurve Division, Louis Price with the second highest qualification score in Men’s Compound Division for the weeekend (and this one week after taking 3rd place in Redding at the NFAA Marked 3D), and Toja Ellison who shot the high sore for the weekend in the Women’s Compound Division. Congratulations to all shooters who competed in the 2018 Easton Foundation’s Gator Cup.

  3. Lopez Prevails - Gains #1 World Ranking and World Cup Victory

    Shanghai, People’s Republic of China

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    Sara celebrates her #1 World Ranking and World Cup Victory.


    The 2018 Archery Outdoor World Cup kicked off this past week in Shanghai, China. Shooters from around the world competed for medals, world cup points and world ranking positions. Hoyt Pro Shooter, Sara Lopez did what she has done countless times before; shot her way to the top spot on the podium, taking home the Gold Medal and earning the #1 World Ranking for female compound shooters. Joining Lopez on the podium were fellow Hoyt shooters Chen Yi-Hsuan winning silver and So Chaewon claiming bronze. All three shooters trusted their Hoyt Prevails to outlast the competition through several days of shooting.


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    Hoyt Shooters Sweep the Women’s Compound Division, taking Gold, Silver and Bronze.


    Not to be outdone, Kim Jongho rolled through the competition in the men’s compound division, qualifying #1 and eliminating competitor after competitor in head-to-head matches on his way to the Gold Medal. Jongho was shooting the Hoyt Prevail with ease through his matches, holding steady and landing 10 after 10.


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    Calm and confident, Kim Jongho lands another perfect arrow during the Stage 1 World Cup finals.


    Like Lopez, Hoyt shooter Brady Eliison has many podium finishes in World Cup matches over the years and the 2018 Stage One was no exception. Ellison wasted no time shooting his way to the podium with his Formula Faktor equipped with Carbon X-Tour limbs, taking home a silver medal.  


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    Spectators packed the stands in downtown Shanghai to watch the best shooters in the world compete head to head. Ellison, a fan favorite, gave them plenty cheer about on his way to the podium.


    World Cup Stage 2 will take place in Antalya, May 20-26. Watch for details and updates on Hoyt.com and on @HoytTargetArchery Instagram and Facebook.

  4. Team Hoyt Is Red Hot In The Desert

    Phoenix, Arizona

    The US outdoor season kicked off this past weekend in the warm desert of Arizona at the popular Arizona Cup. Make no mistakes, however, this is no warm-up shoot. The AZ Cup is also the USAT (United States Archery Team) season opener, so shooters have a lot on the line as they compete for USAT ranking points and prize money.

    Brady Ellison led the way to a Team Hoyt podium sweep in the Senior Recurve Division, winning gold ahead of Matt Nofel and Jack Williams who earned silver and bronze respectively. Ellison also competed in Senior Compound Division where he earned ranking points with a solid 5th place finish among US shooters.

    The Women’s Podiums were also dominated by Red with Mackenzie Brown winning gold and the young Casey Kaufhold winning Bronze in the Senior Recurve Division and Hoyt shooters Tojo Ellison and Linda Ochoa-Anderson taking home silver and bronze respectively. 

    In the Men’s Senior Compound division, the Dutchman Mike “Mr. Perfect” Schloesser added another gold medal to his collection, dominating his finals match by four points.

    Congratulations to all shooters who competed in The Arizona Cup, especially to all those who made the podium. For a complete list of results, go to https://www.teamusa.org/usa-archery/tournament/live-results

    Hoyt Teammates, Brady Ellison, Matt Nofel and Jack Williams sweep the podium in Senior Recruve.


    Brady Ellison executing another perfect shot at the Arizona Cup, shooting his Hoyt Formula Faktor and  X-Tour limbs.


    Mackenzie Brown, calm and cool on her way to a gold medal.


    Casey Kaufhold contemplating her next shot as she continues her success this season with a bronze medal in Arizona.


    Tojo Ellison shot her way onto the podium for the second week in a row, earning a silver medal in Arizona after doing same in Versus MX the week prior.


    After winning the NFAA Indoor Nationals a few weeks ago, Linda Ochoa-Anderson takes her game outdoors and earns a trip the podium with a bronze medal in Arizona.


    Mike “Mr. Perfect” Schloesser showing off his form on his way to another gold medal.

  5. Team Hoyt Heads South of the Border, Lands on Top the Podium

    Guadalajara, Mexico

    Blue skies and warm weather make the Versus MX tournament a favorite for many archers. It is the first outdoor tournament of the season and Team Hoyt wasted no time getting hot, torching the competition and defending the Podium like they owned it.

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    Steve Anderson shows off perfect form and execution while landing another 10 on his way to a first place finish at the 2018 Versus MX.


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    Mike Schloesser rocked his custom painted Prevail to the finals match, taking home the Silver medal and making Anderson earn every arrow for the top spot.


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    Total Hoyt Domination in the Men’s Compound Pro Division: Steve Anderson taking Gold, Mike Schloesser with the Silver and Roberto Hernandez with the Bronze.


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    Hoyt Pros Ana Umer and Gabriela Bayardo shot their way to Gold and Silver respectively in the Women’s Recruve Pro Division, both shooting their Hoyt Formula Faktor with X Tour limbs.


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    Hoyt Pro Staff Team Member, Toja Ellison, shot solid all weekend, earning her a trip to the podium and a Silver medal in her first outdoor tournament of the season.


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    It’s hard not to smile when you are shooting your bow in the sun and owning the podium. Congratulations to all the shooters who competed in Versus.

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