The action is over at the 2017 Vegas Shoot - and there have been some great results for British archers.
The event included the climax of the Indoor Archery World Cup and Tom Hall and Bryony Pitman made it into the recurve quarter finals. Tom finished the whole competition ranked fifth while Bryony was in eighth spot.
Our other recurvers, Patrick Huston and Sathish Kannan, finished ninth and 31st respectively.
In the compound division, Sarah Prieels, shooting with the Belgians, finished in fifth spot after making it to the quarter finals. Hope Greenwood ranked 25th with Hannah Brown at 27 and Daisy Clark 33rd, one ahead of Naomi Jones.
This year the Vegas Shoot's main compound open championship was open to both male and female archers for the first time. The only woman to enter was world number one Sara Lopez and she finished in 79th place after scoring 898. The event was won for the second time by Mike Schloesser of the Netherlands. Britain's Chris White finished in 93rd spot, ahead of Jordan Mitchell and Tim Nash.
In the championship compound categories Sarah ended the competition in 37th spot, followed by Hannah Brown, Daisy Clark, Stephanie Clason and Hope Greenwood.
Brady Ellison took top spot in the men's recurve championship category. Britain's Patrick Huston finished 21st with Tom Hall in 33rd spot. Bryony Pitman came 14th in the women's competition.
Stephen Havranek finished 24th in the barebow championship.
British archers also took part in flight competitions - and Ashe Morgan led the recurve division throughout, shooting a personal best of 296 out of a possible 300 on day two.
Hot on his heels were Sean Evans, ranked seventh in the top flight, Erik Rowbotham 12th, Alex Smith 18th and Mark Nesbitt who finished in 21st place.
Gilbert Jamieson took 12th place in the flight 2 division and Neil Seddon, Margaux Mesle, Klara Fay finished 14th, 19th and 23rd respectively in flight 4.
In the compound competition, Simon Scott ranked 10th in flight 4, Alan Convery finished 21st in flight 8 and Chris Horan 30th in flight 12. Kirst Robb came 15th in flight 18 with Sophie Meering 16th in flight 21 and Luke Wiseman 20th in flight 22. Cecile Midrouillet finished ninth in flight 25 while Karen Jamieson was 26th in flight 26. Patricia Hotchkiss came 32nd in flight 28, Adam Joyce was 27th in flight 29 and Alistair Whittingham took 36th spot in flight 32.