The mindless ramblings of a bow shooting network engineer.
Artemis June EFAA Shoot

Artemis June EFAA Shoot

With the EBHC fast approaching it was time for more EFAA practice and another round at the Artemis wood. I had hoped to shoot a different round this time out but it ended up being another field round. I’m not too disappointed, the field round is a good test of stamina as well as skill. The added bonus would be that I could compare the results like for like.

I’m not sure if it was a hangover from the 3Ds or I just treat it as a practice session but the day didn’t go well. Last time out on the field round I finished with a course with a score of 236. This time out I was hoping to break 250 and get an A classification. Unfortunately, the day didn’t go as planned. This time out I didn’t even break the 200 mark. Still, the field round is good practice, with a total of 112 arrows shot and the majority of distances being over 40 yards. Thankfully, the distances for the EBHC are a maximum 60 yards (in theory, anyone who went to Austria will know better) and a smaller percentage are over 40 yards.

Still, the round did highlight the areas I need to practice and with only a couple of weeks left I need to crack on.

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