Dan Purvis said: "I've never tried archery before apart from on the Wii, but I found it really fun. I can certainly relate to the control side of things in terms of controlling the speed and power and how pressure can affect your performance when competing in high profile competitions."
Kristian Thomas enjoyed trying something different. He said: "It's good fun. It's nice to try something new and get out of the gym. The sports share the same skills in terms of having to keep cool when competing and not using up your adrenaline."
Dan Keating said: " I didn't realise how fun archery was going to be, it was great to have a competition with the other gymnasts. There are definitely skills such as composure and upper body and more importantly core strength that both gymnasts and archers share in both sports."
But do any of them have a future as Olympic archers? Olympic Coach Lloyd Brown wouldn't be drawn. However he did say: "It was a great opportunity for our athletes to share our sport with athletes from another."
Now the big question is, will the gymnasts return the favour? Rumour has it that the archers have been spending even more time than usual in the gym perfecting their moves. It looks like there could be a return match very soon...
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