British archers put on quite a show at the world Archery Festival in Las Vegas.
Ashe Morgan took second place in the top recurve flights group, with Stuart Barby in eighth spot, Mark Nesbitt ninth, Sean Evans 12th, Alex Smith 26th and Bob Lowe 28th.
And there were some great results for British archers among the other recurve compound groups to including among others, a first place for recurver Dwight Hagley, a second for Robert Hall and a fourth place for Alan Convery.
In the championship categories, Naomi Folkard finished joint 11th after earlier reaching the quarter finals of the Indoor Archery World Cup. Patrick Huston, who was denied a World Cup quarter finals place after a tough battle with Mexico's Ivan Gonzales, finished the festival in joint 30th place. Fellow recurver Edward McDermott ended the competition in 63rd spot with Thomas Fewz at 69, while Leslie Day and Malcolm Dukes are at 73 and 77 respectively.
Naomi Jones finished the women's championship compound category ranked 37th, just ahead of Andrea Gales (51) Nichola Simpson (57), and Victoria Barby (80). Chris White was 84th in the men's competition with Ryan Jeavons at 259.
You can find out how all our archers did by clicking here. And for the Indoor Archery World Cup results, click here.
Five of our archers with Olympic ambitions - Sean Evans, Patrick Huston, Alex Smith, Ashe Morgan and Naomi Folkard - are now on their way from Vegas to the Chula Vista Archery Centre in California to join other GB Olympic hopefuls Brad Denny, Kieran Slater, Sally Gilder, Amy Oliver, Bryony Pitman, Becky Martin and Nicky Hunt.
The aim is to take advantage of warm weather training and competition with other leading and Olympic qualifying nations such as USA, Canada, France, Germany, Spain and Japan.
Performance Director David Tillotson said: "This is an excellent pre-season training opportunity, with a camp followed by a competition. It will allow our archers to test themselves against high-level international competitors with warm temperatures and in wind conditions likely to be experienced at the European Championships in Nottingham, in May."
After a week in Chula Vista, the squad will be going to the Centro de Alto Rendiemento in Tijuana.
It is one of Mexico's main archery training centres and has excellent facilities. It has produced many of the archers who have competed for Mexico, and the GB squad will train alongside Mexican archers and the visiting Spanish Team.
David said: "This is a further preparation opportunity for the archers as they work to convert the strong training scores from the winter into high-level international competition scores.
Informal team and individual matches will help to match-harden the archers in readiness for the coming European selection shoots, the European Championships and the Antalya Team World Cup, at which GB aims to be competitive enough for finals places and win Rio 2016 Olympic quota places."