Six Gold Medals in Seven Days
Formula HPX riser and F7 Triaxial™ Carbon Limbs Take World by Storm
When we introduced the Formula system to the archery world in 2010, we knew we had something special. Winning 30 times more gold medals than all the other bows introduced in 2010 combined, Formula proved itself on archery fields around the globe from day one.
Now, the newest Formula series bow continues this proven performance. In just two international competitions spanning a week’s time, Formula HPX risers and F7 Triaxial™ Carbon limbs have been used to take 6 Gold Medals.
Last week, Brady Ellison won the men’s individual title at the London Test Event for next summer’s Games, and followed that up with total domination of the Pan American Games this week, taking gold there too. Brady and Jake Kaminski also used their HPX/F7 bows to help win the Team Gold at both of those events, along with Formula RX shooter Joe Fanchin- a grand total of 8 Gold medals for Formula System bows in just two events spanning one week.
In the Pan Am Games, Brady’s final was against Team Hoyt shooter Crispin Duenas (CAN) who, until meeting Brady in the gold medal match, had not lost one single set in the entire competition, shooting his Formula bow.
Get the Formula for Victory. Visit you Hoyt dealer and discover just why so many of the world’s top shooters- including most of the Korean team- are heading for the podium with a Formula bow.
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