Easton Archery - Olympic History

Anniversary of the Greatest Archery Shot in Olympic History

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OLYMPIC HISTORY – ARCHERY It was 26 years ago today when Antonio REBELLO unleashed his flaming Easton arrow toward the cauldron in Barcelona. Still amazing.  The Spanish Paralympian’s incredible shot was seen by a global audience estimated at two BILLION.  Well done, Antonio! [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmRf41SVHS4[/embedyt]

Easton Archery - A/C/C/ Carbon Arrows

Easton A/C/C- Still One of the Greatest Carbon Arrow Shafts Ever

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Easton originated carbon arrows all the way back in 1982, after more than a decade of development.  Until then, Easton X7 aluminum shafts won the Olympic Games in 1972, when archery returned to the modern games, as well as in 1976, and 1980.  Easton’s first carbon A/C shafts were used to win the 1984 Olympic […]

 
 
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