by George Tekmitchov, Easton Sr. Engineer/Target Archery Product Manager We have reached a part of the season when the target arrows we put together in the late winter or early springtime are now, for most of us, well-used. After many thousands of shots, any flaws in the point installation process will start to become more […]
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]
Congratulations to all the winners at The Vegas Shoot this year. We had a blast! It was another great year.
ARCHERY IN SLOW MOTION Amazing shots of Ki Bo Bae shooting archery with the Easton X10 arrows in slow motion. Similar Articles: Easton Archery – Team Easton Medal Haul at World Cup Stage 3
Greg Easton and Easton Foundations receive 2017 “Building Dreams” Award for work to advance archery’s legacy The United States Olympic Committee has recognized Greg Easton (Salt Lake City, Utah) and the Easton Sports Development Foundation with the Building Dreams Award, which recognizes an individual, group or community that has gone above and beyond in its support […]
Team Easton shooters dominated the podiums at the first event of the 2017-18 indoor season, with gold medals for recurve contenders Aida ROMAN (MEX), Matteo FISSORE (ITA) and Compound legend Braden GELLENTHEIN (USA). Max MANDIA (ITA), Gabriela BAYARDO (MEX) and Claudia MANDIA (ITA) took the remaining recurve podium steps, while Jesse CLAYTON (USA) and Mike […]
Today, July 25 2017, marks 25 years since Spanish Paralympian Antonio Rebello launched a flaming Easton arrow to light the cauldron of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. This one iconic archery shot, witnessed by an estimated two billion people on television around the world, is still the benchmark for Olympic flame lightings. Easton engineers worked […]
The Easton Olympic reputation has once again been upheld this year as the X10 arrow swept all 24 medals in the Rio 2016 Games. The arrow has been chosen by every individual medalist as well as by every team title winner. This year’s sweep marks the 44th year of Easton Olympic dominance. Team Easton extends […]