U.S. Olympic Archery silver medalist Jake Kaminski talks about life on the road and the importance of taking breaks, why he started the Archers Association and building cars and being banned from racing.
Erin McGladdery gave a up a career and business as a sports trainer and became a professional archer in 2017. Her rookie season was spectacular - but she kept her day job as a government-contracted pest killer in rural Saskatchewan.
It all started with a viral YouTube video about traditional archery made by co-founders of The Push, Matt Zirnsak and Tim Nebel. Now the duo have set their sights on helping archers "expedite the Traditional Archery learning curve." Matt and Tim talk about their growing hobby promoting the stick and string.
2017 Organization of Professional Archers champion, Jesse Broadwater, talks about building on his 2016 second place finish at the OPA; switching to Mathews; and the changing face of professional archery.
Lauren Fenstermacher and Dave Mitchell from the Pennsylvania Game Commission discuss a new bow hunting opportunity at the Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area where it has traditionally not been open to hunting in the fall.
Paul Jaeger, owner of Jäger Archery, discusses custom bow grips with PJ Reilly. As a model maker by profession, Jaeger combined his archery hobby and career expertise into a trade and now works with top archers around the world.
The Vice President and General Manager of National Archery in the Schools Program, Dr. Tommy Floyd, offers insight to why 15,000 students from around the country converge on Louisville, KY for the NASP National Tournament and how archery is helping young people succeed.