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Two Yankton Youth Win at Vegas Shoot

LAS VEGAS - The National Field Archery Association's (NFAA) World Archery Festival (Vegas Shoot) was held in Las Vegas, Feb. 22-24. This is the largest and most prestigious archery tournament in the world with 1,700 competitors from all 50 states and 23 foreign countries competing for mor than a quarter million dollars in prize money and a qualifying spot for a chance at a million dollars and a new car!

There are youth divisions including both Olympic hopefuls as well as future National Champions. Elliot Cull and Gabrielle Keiser of Yankton were both in attendance for the Championship. They are the children of Bruce and Jennifer Cull, Bruce is the president of the NFAA and has been largely responsible for moving of the NFAA Corporate Headquarters to Yankton.

Gabrielle competed in the Cub Female Freestyle Limited division and was crowned the Vegas Champion. She has previously won National, Sectional and State titles as well as coming in 2nd in the World Indoor.

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Elliot competed in the Cub Male Freestyle division and received 2nd place in the 1st flight. Elliot has previously won Sectional and State titles as well as coming in 2nd in the World Indoor.

All the Youth Champions received their medals during an awards ceremony from Jim & Greg Easton. Jim is the founder of Easton Aluminum and Greg is the current President of Easton. Jim has been involved in Archery for years in many capacities and has served as Vice-President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and is currently on the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). Jim recently started 2 Foundations for the promotion of archery - Easton Sports Development Foundations (ESDF) of which the NFAA was a recent recipient for the Archery Complex being built in Yankton.