Bowtech's Paige Pearce Qualifies for USA Archery Team

Another well-deserved win for archery medalist who went pro at age 15.

by posted on December 2, 2020
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Bowtech Pro Shooter Paige Pearce has been making waves in the archery world for years, and this year is no different, despite the challenges COVID-19 has brought to the sport. After scores in the top three at every national event this season, she is returning to Team USA for the 12th year in a row.

“COVID put a damper on the season overall which changed my mental game," said Pearce, "but I focused hard to make every tournament count this year.” Pearce proves that in shooting, whether it be a gun or a bow, effective thinking and the right mindset are the keys to success.

A new season is on the horizon for Pearce as she goes on to represent the United States in 2021. Pearce said her plans are to continue focusing on her mental and physical training to retain her top spot in the women’s senior compound bow category.

For more, visit USAArchery.org.

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