Team Easton’s Brady Ellison and Casey Kaufhold each punched their ticket to the Tokyo Olympic Games following Olympic Trials process that began in 2019. Ellison, a three-time Olympic Medalist and the current World Champion, will be making his fourth straight Olympic appearance. The 17-year-old Kaufhold was dominant throughout trials on her way to securing her first Olympic invitation, setting a Junior World Record in the process. The pair will also compete in the inaugural Mixed Team event for Team USA.
Team USA will look to qualify full three-man and three-woman Olympic Teams during this week’s final qualifier at the Archery World Cup Stage 3 in Paris. Should the team earn a full quota, it will once again make a complete team of Easton shooters, with Jack Williams and Jacob Wukie being added to the men’s team; and Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez along with 2016 Olympian Mackenzie Brown would join Kaufhold to complete the Women’s Team.
Easton continues to be the arrow of choice amongst Olympic Archers, with every Olympic medal since 1996 being won by an archer using an Easton X10.
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