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MEN'S ARCHERY
PHIL TAYLOR
July 23, 2012
Brady Ellison, a shaggy-haired 23-year-old bow hunter from Glendale, Ariz., failed to win a medal in Beijing, but he has been the world's No. 1--ranked archer in men's recurve since 2010—and is the first American to win three straight World Cups. South Korea has dominated international archery competitions for years, but in London, Ellison could become Team USA's first men's individual gold medalist in the sport since 1996.
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July 23, 2012

Men's Archery

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Brady Ellison, a shaggy-haired 23-year-old bow hunter from Glendale, Ariz., failed to win a medal in Beijing, but he has been the world's No. 1--ranked archer in men's recurve since 2010—and is the first American to win three straight World Cups. South Korea has dominated international archery competitions for years, but in London, Ellison could become Team USA's first men's individual gold medalist in the sport since 1996.

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