Shanghai, usually the fourth and final shoot, has been brought forward to next week to kick-off the campaign, with shoots also taking place in Antalya, Turkey, in May, and Ogden, USA, in June. This year's Grand Final is in Tokyo, in September.
Dani Brown, her sister, Georgie, Claudine Jennings, Duncan Busby and Andy Rikunenko will be representing GB.
Duncan will also be going out to the Antalya leg next month, along with Chris White, Liam Grimwood, Lucy Holderness, Andrea Gales and teenager Daisy Clark, from Chelmsford, one of the country's top juniors, who won a gold medal at last year's European Field Archery Championships.
The same six will also be representing GB at the European Championships, in Amsterdam, at the end of May, following the weekend selection shoot at Lilleshall. The recurve squad for these events hinges on the Olympic selection process.
"It was a very competitive shoot, the standard was very high, as we'd expect, and it's great news for Daisy, who I'm sure will continue to flourish in the company of five very experienced archers she'll be shooting with," said Team Manager Barry Eley.
Daisy, meanwhile, will also be part of the GB squad that takes place in the European Junior Cup first leg in Croatia next month, and the European Junior Championships in Denmark in July.
Junior squad (compound) for Croatia: CJM: Adam Outram, Jake Bunce, Jordan Mitchell; CCM: Luke Pennell, Jon Bull, Matthew Ingram; CJW: Georgie Brown, Zoe Coggins, Mary Perrott; CCW: Aalin George, Daisy Clark, Marsie Henderson-Hirst. Junior squad (compound) for Denmark: CJM: Outram, Bunce, Mitchell; CCM: Pennell, Bull, Ingram; CJW: Brown, Coggins, Perrott, CCW: Clark, George.
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