Nimes, France – The first World Level 1000-Point event of the indoor season has just concluded in Nimes, France, and once again Team Easton competitors took most of the medals with a total sweep of the recurve podiums with the Easton X10, and a sweep of the Men’s Compound Finals.
American archer Kris Schaff defeated Easton teammate Mathias Fullerton of Denmark in the compound final before a crowd of thousands of excited spectators at the famous arena in the French Riviera, as the Sud de France – Nimes Archery Tournament 2023 saw a welcome return to pre-pandemic participation and spectator levels.
It was a total sweep of every recurve podium for the Easton X10 with French star Thomas Chirault and Italian competitor Tatiana Andreoli taking the men’s and women’s recurve titles, respectively. With Nimes rankings now potentially counting for Paris Olympic slots with World Archery’s new ranking system, where indoor events count toward Olympic Games participation, there was more than just the usual level of tension – and the forgiving finger release characteristics of the X10 proved unbeatable in the high pressure arena of Nimes.
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