Carbon Express Takes Silver in Compound Men's Team

Jon Boyd

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Carbon Express Professionals Stephan Hansen, Martin Damsbo and Patrick Laursen take 2nd place in a very close match at the World Cup Stage 2 held in Antalya Turkey.

The buildup for the heavily anticipated match between Team Demark and the USA resulted in a very tense and close match that came down to the last three arrows, the outcome of which rested on a single arrow sitting just next to the line.

At the end of the match Steve Anderson, Bridger Deaton and Reo Wilde's of the USA team were tied 203 apiece with the Danish team with each team having three arrows left to shoot.

The exciting finish resulted in Steve Anderson: Ten, Bridger Deaton: Nine, and Reo Wilde's:10. Patrick Laursen final shoot: nine, linecutter - possible upgraded. Stephan Hansen: Nine. Martin Damsbo finished with a 10.

The judge was called in to see whether Patrick's arrow would be upgraded for the tie. It wasn't and the Danish team took the silver missing gold by a single point.

Stephan, Martin and Patrick were all using Nano Pro's to make the podium and take home their metals.


Congratulations for the outstanding performance shown by the Carbon Express team at the World Cup Stage 2 event and the outstanding performance delivered by the Nano Pro Series arrows.

Posted by Jon Boyd under Articles, Bowhunting on June 6, 15 08:03 AM | Permalink

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