Live from Gwangju, Korea, at the Hyundai Archery World Cup, George and World Archery Events and Marketing Director Thomas Aubert discuss the success of the just-concluded event, the decision to broadcast the 2022 World Cup season on broadcast television and the Olympic Channel rather than YouTube, World Archery's approach to sponsors and audiences, and a lot more.
George and Steve are joined by some of the world's top archers at the World Cup in Gwangju, Korea for some conversations and stories. Sergio Pagni, Mike Schloesser, Brady Ellison, Takaharu Furukawa and Peter Elzinga are among the shooting stars on hand for this special episode, giving personal insights and observations about the event, and the state of our sport.
As Steve and George head out to the World Cup in Gwangju, Korea, here's another history special- this time on the history of the Easton family-owned Hoyt Archery Company.
2021 World Cup Grand Champion Jack Williams of Team USA, and Tom Dielen of World Archery, join the show to discuss the new Olympic Games qualification rules and the World Cup season that's about to kick off in Antalya-
Then, Steve 'The Big Cat' Anderson answers a slew of listener questions... after about 10 minutes of discussion of things that have absolutely nothing to do with archery. (We apologize, but you know how he can be.)
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George and Steve cover Arizona Cup, the newly announced Paris Olympic archery program, the new World Cup rules for 2022, and the folly of future predictions. Also, the merits of green tea.
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Steve and George take a deep dive on current events, including Korean team trials and the USA team for the upcoming World competition season.
Then Steve discusses his experience changing up his shot routine with Joel Turner's ShotIQ system, and how it has changed his shot process.
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George talks with USA head coach Kisik Lee about the newest USA Archery development programs, and then reviews the outcome of the Korean National team trials that just wrapped in Gwangju, Korea.
Today on the podcast, George talks with one of the longest-careered competitors in the USA. Joseph McGlyn is world and national medalist who runs a pro shop in the heart of New York City, with over 40 years of competition experience.
Rod Menzer of USA Archery joins us to talk about this week's USAA Indoor Finals, record turnouts for this seasons upcoming USAT events, and how to qualify for the upcoming World Games in Alabama.