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#Shootlikeme: 5 best videos of archers explain…

#Shootlikeme: 5 best videos of archers explaining their techniques:

What’s been your favourite #Shootlikeme video so far? 🎥🏹

Mete Gazoz made his debut at the Olympic Games…

Mete Gazoz made his debut at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016. He was silver medallist at the European Championships that same year and qualified for his first Hyundai Archery World Cup Final in 2018. 

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.

Marco Galiazzo won the Olympic Games in Athens…

Marco Galiazzo won the Olympic Games in Athens in 2004. 

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.

Sébastien Peineau won the World Archery Indoor…

Sébastien Peineau won the World Archery Indoor Championships in 2016 and then the World Archery Championships in 2017. 

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.

Kristina Heigenhauser won the compound women’s…

Kristina Heigenhauser won the compound women’s World Archery Championships in 2013, after being a former international pistol shooter; she‘s also been known to shoot a little bit of international barebow. 

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.

Crispin Duenas is a three-time Olympian and mu…

Crispin Duenas is a three-time Olympian and multiple international archery medallist. 

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.

Lisa Unruh was the silver medallist at the Oly…

Lisa Unruh was the silver medallist at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.

A successful member of India’s recurve teams, …

A successful member of India’s recurve teams, Atanu Das became an Olympian in 2016 when he competed in Rio. 

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.

A World Archery Field Champion in 2014, Toja E…

A World Archery Field Champion in 2014, Toja Ellison was runner up at the World Games in 2017. 

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.

Seppie Cilliers was Africa’s first medallist a…

Seppie Cilliers was Africa’s first medallist at the Hyundai Archery World Cup Final when he came second in Odense in 2016.

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.