Formula Medal Count Tops 24 Gold Medals for 2010 Season!
World's Top Shooters Choose Formula!
In a clear measure of the Hoyt Formula’s technical superiority, Hoyt shooters using the Formula System recently racked up their 24th gold medal in 2010 World Archery competition! Formula has yet again further solidified its position as the most-winning new recurve bow ever introduced.
At the recent FITA Archery World Cup Stage Two in Antalya, Turkey, Team Hoyt’s Viktoriya Koval (UKR) won the women’s individual gold with her Formula RX/F4 – marking the 20th gold medal for Hoyt's Formula Series since the start of the year. Brady Ellison’s (USA) first place finish in the mixed teams division with his Formula RX/F3 earned Team Hoyt yet another gold. This win followed Ellison’s first place victory in the first stage of the World Cup in Croatia. Ellison’s domination continued at the Asian Grand Prix in Chinese Taipei, where he and his Formula set a new STAR FITA record of 684/720 in the double-70 meter qualification round – the highest score ever shot by an American archer in the round.
Formula shooters have taken a gold medal position in every major event worldwide since the introduction of the Formula bow for 2010. This unmatched performance demonstrates why Formula is the choice of the #1 and #2 ranked Men’s Recurve competitors in the new World Archery Ranking List.
The new 2010 Ranking List rates 2008 Olympic champion Viktor Ruban (UKR) as #1 shooter in the world with his Formula RX/F4, with World Cup Stage One gold medalist and Stage Two gold and silver medalist Brady Ellison ranked second in the world with his Formula RX/F3.
Brady is also the points leader for the World Cup circuit heading for Stage Three, and is also the leader by a wide margin in the race for the Longines Precision Prize, the prestigious Swiss watchmaker's prize for the most precise archer who shoots the most 10's on the 2010 World Cup circuit.
Experience the technical superiority and razor-sharp precision of the Formula System at a Hoyt dealer near you!
Top | « Back to News