Paige Pearce Sets U.S. National Record at World Cup in Guatemala

During stage 1 qualifying at the World Cup in Guatemala, Team USA’s Paige Pearce set a new U.S. national record for women’s compound.

Paige Pearce Sets U.S. National Record at World Cup in Guatemala

Team USA pro shooter Paige Pearce (26) from Red Bluff, California, not only qualified recently first during stage 1 at the World Cup in Guatemala, but she also broke the U.S. national women’s compound record with a score of 707 points. Shooting her Bowtech Reckoning 38, Pearce now holds the national indoor record and the national outdoor record. Shooting 72 arrows at a distance of 50 meters (54.7 yards), she scored 707 points out of a possible 720 points.

“I couldn’t be more excited about the outcome at the Guatemala World Cup,” Pearce said. “I went into this shoot with a goal, and came out better than I had hoped. It is no surprise that my Bowtech Reckoning 38 found its mark time and time again. Without the accuracy that the DeadLock cam system provides, I would not have been able to set the U.S. national record and qualify in first place.”

As a result of this stellar performance, Jeff Suiter, director of marketing for Bowtech said, ““Paige continues to establish herself as one of the all-time greats of the sport. Bowtech is incredibly proud to have a shooter like Paige to be a positive role model and strong competitor in every event she attends. We look forward to her continued success with the Bowtech Reckoning series.”


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