With a cut to eight athletes per gender looming on Thursday, competition has intensified in both categories at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Archery.
It's still anyone's game, as archers enter another day of round robin match play on Wednesday.
The excitement of Olympic and Paralympic Team Trials kicks off this week in Chula Vista, CA. View this story for current Olympic Trials standings, links to live scoring, event schedules and more.
Wifler, a member of the 2011 World Archery Youth Championships Team, was joined on the podium by Jennifer Nichols, Kayleigh Johnston and Reo Wilde
Broadwater, Van Natta, Duenas, Leek are top ranked seniors heading into eliminations.
From April 19 through noon Pacific on April 28, every $25 donated at giving.usarchery.org will be entered to win a dozen brand new Easton arrows of the winner's choice!
JOAD Mail-In results have been announced for the first quarter of 2012, and the competition is heating up for the second quarter outdoor event.
Medal finishes include three team gold medals, mixed team silver, two individual gold and individual bronze.
Beginning now, archers can register online for the 128th National Target Championships and Easton JOAD Nationals, scheduled for June 26-30 in Hamilton, Ohio.
Non-JOAD Clubs have been mailed ballots for a Special Election for the Grassroots, Non-JOAD seat on the USA Archery Board of Directors.
In her new role, Mary Emmons will oversee USA Archery's grassroots expansion, including youth and adult archery programs and instructor-level certifications.
Reo Wilde, pictured, shot his way to the number one individual qualification spot at Stage One of the Archery World Cup, which opened this week in Shanghai.
Junior Dream Team member LaNola Pritchard (pictured) took wins in both the National Indoor and JOAD Indoor events.