Team Easton’s Jesse Broadwater made history this weekend in Redding by becoming the first archer to shoot 139 out of 140—dropping only one point—and smashing the previous record of five points down.   With distances that range from 4 to 101 yards and angles of up to 40 degrees, the NFAA Marked 3-D is designed to be extremely challenging. Broadwater’s arrows found 139 of 140 orange bull’s-eyes giving him the win in the Western Classic NFAA Marked 3-D National Championship.  “My Pro Tour arrows just kept finding center.”  Said champion Jesse Broadwater. “I’ve been close here before, but it feels great to finally get the win.“  Easton President, Shane Michelli said, “Easton is honored to have an archer like Jesse on the team.  His performance in Redding was outstanding.   For anyone to pull away from such a talented field is remarkable and Jesse did it in record-setting fashion.  It is great to see him shooting with such confidence.”

Over 1,430 archers competed in Redding—including many of the top archers in the world.  Team Easton’s Erika Jones won in the Woman’s Pro division over fellow Teammate Jamie Van Natta .  On the Men’s Pro side, world #1 Reo Wilde tied ASA champion Levi Morgan and went to a shoot off to decide the podium places with Reo officially taking the bronze and Morgan coming away 2nd.

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