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Team Easton Sweeps Archery World Cup Final Championships

Moscow, Russia


The top archers of the 2019 World Cup season converged on Moscow for the 2019 World Cup Final, and Team Easton shooters once again proved their mettle, sweeping the Gold medals in all four categories, men’s and women’s recurve and compound.

Men’s Recurve gold medalist Brady Ellison (USA) capped an astronomical season with his fifth World Cup Final Championship. Brady adds the title to his 2019 World Championships gold medal in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands and complimented the season with new World Record of 702/720 at the PanAm Games in Lima, Peru. Ellison used the Easton X10 arrows throughout the season.

Matching Ellison with her fifth World Cup Final Championship, Sara Lopez of Colombia used Easton X10 ProTour arrows to secure the victory. Lopez, the World Record Holder, was dominant throughout the competition and won the final match with a massive 10 point spread.

Also setting a new world record in 2019 was Korea’s Kang Chae Young. “The Destroyer” took top honors in Women’s Recurve in Moscow after an impressive World Cup season. Easton X10’s were the arrow of choice for Kang.

Claiming his second World Cup Final was Dutch legend – “Mr. Perfect” Mike Schloesser, who won the gold medal in runaway fashion with his Easton X10 ProTours.