The 2020 Indoor Archery World Series saw two-time Vegas Champion Mike Schloesser, France’s Sophie Dodemont, Korea’s Kim Young Kyeong and Canada’s Crispin Duenas secure the GT Open titles in Strassen, Luxembourg on November 24.
The GT Open was the second of six events on the indoor calendar. Rome is the next stop, in December, and then the circuit moves to Sydney and Nimes in January.
The Vegas Shoot will host the last stage and Indoor Archery World Series Finals on February 7-9, 2020.
In Luxembourg, Schloesser beat Croatia’s Mario Vavro with a perfect 150 points to win the compound men’s title and secure his second podium of the season.
He won The Vegas Shoot in 2014 and 2017 and has made the Championship Open division shootdown on numerous occasions.
The Dutchman, well-known in the archery world as “Mister Perfect” for being the first archer to ever shoot a perfect 600-point indoor ranking round in competition, now leads the Indoor Archery World Series compound men’s elite ranking. The top 16 archers in the elite ranking at the end of the season are invited to the Finals in Vegas.
The USA’s Kris Schaff sits behind Schlosser. Vavro is third, and Reo Wilde and Stephan Hansen are joint fourth.
Any archer can compete at The Vegas Shoot and those who shoot in the championship divisions and have participated in three stages of the 2020 Indoor Archery world Series are eligible for the Finals.
For more about the Indoor Archery World Series visit World Archery.