Shoreham archer secures silver in competition

A SUSSEX archer took silver in a team event at a World Championships in Colombia.

Shoreham’s Bryony Pitman, along with teammates Penny Healey and Jaspreet Sagoo, scored a podium finish in the women’s recurve team event.

The British team faced South Korea in the final of the Medellin 2022 Hyundai Archery World Cup Stage Four after defeating Mexico.

The latest medal adds to the successful year British archers have had to date, including Bryony.

The 25-year-old also secured silver in the women’s individual recurve competition at the 2022 World Games in Birmingham, Alabama, last week and had multiple medals at the 2022 Hyundai Archery World Cup in Antalya, Stage One, earlier this year.

Last week at the World Games, Bryony said: “It’s quite inspiring to be around so many athletes from other sports and it’s nice how interested other British athletes have been in each other’s events.

“The humidity was challenging at times and kept focus in the heat, especially in the final where the heat came from the stage.

“It was difficult, but everyone was struggling with the same problem. I had a great time and it’s great to be able to show archery off the field more than usual.” Shoreham archer secures silver in competition

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