Larry Godfrey and Amy Oliver have been crowned Britain's best recurve archers after storming to victory at the Nottingham Building Society National Series Finals.
Larry eased to a 6-0 victory over last year's silver medallist Michael Judd in front of an enthusiastic - and appreciative - crowd. And George Harding beat Sean Evans 6-2 to take bronze.
Two perfect last ends gave last year's champion Amy Oliver the edge over three-times Olympian Naomi Folkard - but Amy was quick to pay tribute. "It was a real privilege to shoot in a gold medal match with Naomi," she said.
I won last year when I really didn't expect to, so I wanted to do it again. I was much more nervous this year, though!"
Lizzy Cantopher beat Ruth Welsh 6-2 to take bronze and was absolutely delighted with the result. "It's brilliant," she said. "I didn't think I could do it and it just shows that archery is not just for young people.
After thanking her coach, Maggie Squires, she said: "It just shows what you can do when you break out of your comfort zone. it doesn't matter how old you are, anything is achievable!"
But that wasn't all that was going on. Some of Britain's best young talent was on show in an Academies mixed trios tournament. And it was drama all the way with a shoot-off deciding the gold medal match. Struan Caughey, Eva-Henderson-Hirst and Jack Masefield pipped Caitlin McCarthy, Joe Ground and Andrew Brookes to the title. The bronze medal went to Eleanor Piper, Harrison Waterworth and Jonathan Tate, who just managed to get the edge over Jessie Slater, Tom Howse and Blain Nicholson.
And our Para archers were not to be outdone. Simon Powell and Kate Murray beat David Phillips and Hazel Chaisty 6-0 in an open mixed team challenge.
There was also a demonstration from armless London 2012 silver medallist Matt Stutzman - there will be more from him tomorrow - and drama from Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham. There was food, music, entertainment, have-a-go sessions run by Nottinghamshire County Archery Association and the chance to explore the stunning Elizabethan Wollaton Hall and deer park. Even press and TV reporters were getting into the spirit!
And the really good news is that it's all happening again tomorrow! That's when our compounders will be battling to see who is Britain's best. Sunshine is forecast so why not bring the family for a free fun day out?