OOD Bowhunting Columnist Tim Watts received three gold medals at Archery Canada’s current Canadian Nationwide Archery Championships.
Watts, who isn’t any stranger to the rostrum, received gold medals within the Males’s Hunter class, the Area Archery 50-plus Compound Bow class, and the Goal 50-plus Compound Bow class. The occasion, held in Charlottetown, PEI from July 15 to 25, drew almost 300 rivals from throughout Canada.
Individuals launched a whole lot of arrows over its nine-day length. All through the occasions, Watts needed to show a excessive stage of accuracy capturing at 3D and paper targets from 10 to 60 metres.
“I’m so happy,” he stated. “That is my first yr within the 50-plus class and I’ve had numerous success. It was additionally so good to have the ability to shoot with my buddies within the class, since beforehand our age variations stored us in numerous classes.”
Watts has been capturing competitively for 35 years and has received 13 Nationwide Championships. He was additionally on Workforce Canada in 2011. This yr he additionally medalled within the Canadian Indoors Archery Championships in March and received gold there too, which means he has received gold medal in all 4 classes.
His residence membership is the Peterborough Fish and Sport Membership.