Here are a few of my archery photographs. They are mostly accessible from
other places in my archery resource pages. Except where specified,
these photographs are copyright (C) Angus Duggan, 1990-1996
This is my collection of archery trophies, up to 1991 (39K JPEG).
Here are the trophies I won in 1995. You may notice the re-appearance of
``Ugh'' at the back (34K JPEG).
This is a photo of me on full draw, showing my current bow and stabiliser
setup, and the start of an archer's paunch
(28K JPEG). This photo is Copyright
(C) J. Smith, 1995.
This is a photo of my follow-through position. It wasn't taken immediately
after the previous one, but was at the same distance, so the position is
comparable (29K JPEG). This photo is Copyright (C) J. Smith, 1995.
This is an old photo of me shooting, with my previous bow (and a lot of
differences in style) (31K JPEG).
This is a photo of my old bow, a Portland 2000, while I was re-painting it
A birthday pie with an archery theme, baked for me by a flat-mate (21K JPEG).
The European Universities' Indoor Championships in 1991 (33K JPEG).
The other team members of the Edinburgh University team, Emma Eadie and Nick
Lowry, at the European Universities' Indoor Championships in 1991 (33K JPEG).
Myself and Erwin Verstegen shooting in the Netherlands in 1991 (34K JPEG).
A moment of glory; my name equal top of the leader board, at the British
Championships in 1991. Needless to say, it vanished off the board pretty
quickly (51K JPEG).
The start of the gent's line at the California Cup, in Sacramento, April 1996.
From the left are former world champion and Olympic gold medalist John
Williams, Brooks Matsuda, U.S. team members Richard (Butch) Johnson and
Justin Huish, and George Tekmitchov from Easton (81K JPEG).
More of the gent's line at the 1996 California Cup. From the left, U.S.
training squad member Lonny King, Jonathan Ohayan from Toronto, Jan Rytter
from Denmark, myself, and Francis Parchaso from San
Francisco (62K JPEG).
Butch Johnson in the shoot-off rounds of the 1996 California Cup. Note how
well in line he is, and the lack of V-bar or top/bottom rods. It just shows
you don't need all of the stabilisers to shoot well (33K JPEG).
Myself shooting on the practice day 1996 California Cup. Compared to the
pictures above, my drawing shoulder is further round; this has allowed me to
get more in line with the shot, but it also increased my draw length by 1.5
inches (39K JPEG). This photo is Copyright (C) K. Butterfield, 1996.
A photo showing the line of my shot, taken at the 1996 California Cup. I didn't
use a bottom rod that year, I modified my grip to a high hand position to
achieve the same effect (keeping the bow vertical) more reliably. I also
added a short ``gizmo'' (doinker) on the long rod as well as the side rods (24K
JPEG). This photo is Copyright (C) K. Butterfield, 1996.
That's the way to do it! I shot this end of 10s during the team round at
the U.S. Nationals in 1997.
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