"It's really disappointing, but we simply had no choice but to call it off," said Archery GB Paralympic Team Manager Paul Atkins. "There are a number of important considerations, the most important of all the well being of the archers.
"What we don't want is anyone picking up an injury, or a cold, by being out in the rain all day, so we have taken the only option open to us, which is to cancel day two."
Twenty archers are chasing 13 places in the archery competition at this year's Paralympic Games, with John Stubbs, Dani Brown, Phil Bottomley and Sharon Vennard setting the early pace on Saturday.
In the men's compound, John Stubbs, Richard Hennahane, Alisdair Hamilton and Eric Thomas are competing for two places. And it's John and Richard who are in the top two places after day one. John is way out in front with a score of 1348, but it's tight among the chasing pack, with Richard in second after a score of 1279 on Saturday, ahead of Alisdair, 1269, and Eric 1262.
Dani Brown has also established a comfortable lead in the women's compound, with a score of 1356 on Saturday. She's ahead of Pippa Britton, 1290, Mel Clarke 1280 and Sarah Beamish 1203. Three of the four archers will qualifying for the Paralympics.
There are also three places on offer in the men's standing recurve, and after day one of the selection process it is Phil Bottomley who leads the way with his score of 1195. Kenny Allen is 16 points off the pace, with Dave Garner a further 29 points adrift, and Murray Elliott scoring 1105.
In the men's W2 recurve, two archers are chasing just one place, and it's Paul Browne who has taken command, with a score of 1190, to Peter Higgins' 970.
Sharon Vennard has established the advantage in the women's standing recurve, where four archers are battling for two places. Sharon opened with 983 points on day one of the selection process, and has a 23 points lead over Leigh Walmsley, with Kay Lucas 33 points adrift, and Jemma Morris scoring 827.
In the W1 men's compound, John Cavanagh is the only contender, and scored 1244 points on day one of selection. It is the same situation for Kate Murray in the W2 women's recurve, and she scored 713 points on Saturday.
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