World-class archers talk about their game at the 2016 Lancaster Archery Classic

The 2016 Lancaster Archery Classic was attended by many of the best male and female, recurve and compound archers in the world. They came to compete for over $145,000 in cash and prizes, and their shooting was nothing short of spectacular.


Toja Cerne of Slovenia

During qualification rounds, many of the archers took time to talk to LAS about their training, their equipment and other aspects of their archery game. For example, two-time U.S. Olympian Brady Ellison talked about his goal of winning the World Cup indoor championship this year, which he did a week after the Classic in Las Vegas.

Assembled here is a collection of videos featuring interviews with several of the top archers who competed in the 2016 Lancaster Archery Classic.

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