The Final Day of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Archery
Tokyo, JPN – The archery competition in the Tokyo Olympics has come to an end. Crispin Duenas was the last Canadian in action, but unfortunately lost his round of 16 match against Florian Unruh from Germany (2-6).
“Crispin set up an opportunity for success, but today’s arrow average in the round of 16 was just not enough for what’s required at this level and at this competition,” remarks Alan Brahmst, High Performance Advisor at Archery Canada. “We now look ahead and have a plan for Paris 2024 and LA 2028, which is already well in motion.”
The Paris 2024 Olympics are only three years away, we’re looking forward to the archery competition!
We’re very proud of our Canadian archers!