Namibia: Four New Archery Records

22 November 2019

FOUR new Namibian records were established at the annual Khomas Year-end Field Archery shoot which was recently held at Heja Lodge outside Windhoek.

Competing in the Adult Female Freestyle Unlimited category, Bea Viviers set a new record of 513 for the hunter round, while she also came first in the field round with a score of 491.

Dirk de Bod Junior set two new records in the Young Adult Male Freestyle Unlimited Class with a score of 525 in the field round and a score of 523 in the hunter round.

He won both events, while AJ Groenewald came second in the field round with 510 points and second in the hunter round with 487 points.

In the Young Adult Male Bow Hunter Unlimited class, JP Viljoen established a new Namibian record of 508 points for the hunter round, while he also won the field round with a score of 497.

Jannie Meuwesen won the Adult Male Freestyle Unlimited class with a score of 544 in the field round and 548 in the hunter round.

He was followed by Piet Zondagh (531 for the field round and 522 for the hunter round); Louan Groenewald (538 for the field round) and Hermias Rossouw (515 for the field round).

Danie Delport won the Junior Bow Hunter Unlimited class with a score of 503 for the field round and 513 for the hunter round, followed by Jaco Becker (460 for the field round and 476 for the hunter round) and Cobus Barnard (428 for the field round and 430 for the hunter round).

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