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The Vegas Shoot sets new record with 3816 entries

The Vegas Shoot has set another new attendance record with a total of 3816 archers registered to compete at the event’s 54th edition on February 7-9, 2020 in the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Shooters have come from across the 50 states of the USA and 53 other countries.


“Every year, we dream, we challenge ourselves and we work hard to improve this event. The ongoing outstanding support from the archery community is what makes this possible,” said The Vegas Shoot President Bruce Cull.


“Breaking the 3800-shooter barrier is great. But it’s also another step on the road to 4000 – and we’ll keep going until we get there, and then beyond.”


As at previous editions, the Compound Flight is the biggest division with 1356 registered participants. Recurve flights on 368 and bowhunter flights on 283 are second and third biggest.


A total of 263 male archers will compete for the grand prize of $54,000 in the popular Compound Open Championship division. No women have chosen to enter this year.


The prize fund for The Vegas Shoot 2020 totals over $490,000. It’s the largest ever.


You can follow The Vegas Shoot results live from February 7-9 on info.ianseo.net and in The Vegas Shoot app.

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