More than 700 students from 66 colleges and universities crowded into the Telford International Centre with one sole purpose - glory in this BUCS Indoor Championships. And it resulted in some spectacular shooting.
Warwick took the men's non-compound team title - helped by Tom Hall's strong 591. It earned him the experienced recurve title too, improving on his individual bronze from 2015.
He said: "The bronze was a huge result for me last year but the gold is a reflection of the constant work I've been doing since then to improve. It was a different kind of pressure this year as I felt like the favourite rather than the underdog, not something I'm used to! I'm also immensely proud of the team, winning our third men's title in a row."
Nottingham took top honours in the experienced women's competition, clinching victory by seven points over Birmingham.
Jaspreet Sagoo (East London) won the women's experienced recurve category with 575 - despite a fractured wrist.
There was a clean sweep for Edinburgh University in the experienced compound category. Sarah Prieels (590) and Hope Greenwood (583) made it a one-two and, in the process, won the inaugural two-person compound team event. Harrison Ooi shot 579 to win the men's experienced title.
Wales dominated in the experienced longbow competitions with victories going Alex Newnes (Aberystwyth) and Emily Williams (South Wales). And Bath triumphed in the experienced barebow titles with a 515 from Lizzy Rees and 506 from Hugh Pearce.
Jon Arnarson shot a record-breaking 558 to win to the novice non-compound team trophy for Southampton. He said: "Our team has put in a lot of time and effort for this competition. I can't wait to come back to the outdoors competition!"
There was recurve victory for Fiona Inglis (Edinburgh) while Luke Suess (Exeter) and Jess Wallbank (Nottingham) took the compound novice titles. Longbow honours went to Zachary Spence (Loughborough) and Kara Langford (East Anglia). Faheem Mirza (Warwick) and Silje Terland (Aberystwyth) were this year's top barebow novices.
The event was hosted by the universities of Bradford and Liverpool. Full results can be found here.
The popularity of the event is soaring so discussions are being held about potential changes to the event format in future, so keep an eye out for new information in the coming months.
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