Posts tagged “Miranda Leek

It’s London for the USA Women’s Archery Team!

USA Women Archery Team

USA Women’s Archery Team – (L to R) Khatuna Lorig, Jennifer Nichols, Miranda Leek

The USA Women’s Archery team won the last Olympic team qualification event yesterday in a tie breaker against Mexico resulting in a team spot in the 2012 London Olympics. PSE’s Jennifer Nichols and Miranda Leek will be joining Khatuna Lorig at the Games.  This will be Jennifer’s third Olympic team appearance and the first for Miranda. All three women are qualified to compete individually as well.

At the Archery World Cup in Ogden, Utah, Jennifer will be competing in the gold medal match that will be broadcast on www.watchESPN.com on Sunday afternoon, June 24th.  Jennifer, Miranda, and Khatuna will be shooting for the bronze medal in the team event as well.  By making it to the gold medal match in Ogden, Jennifer is now qualified to compete in the World Cup Finals in Tokyo in September.  This will be Jennifer’s first time competing in the World Cup Finals.

Congratulations Team USA!


Women take the Gold Medal in the Recurve 2012 Indoor World Championships in Vegas, NV

Congratulations to USA Women’s Recurve team members Miranda Leek and Jennifer Nichols for taking the team to a Gold Medal in the 2012 World Indoor Championship! For more coverage on the tournament, click here.

Miranda Leek wins women’s spot for Youth Olympic Games

Des Moines, Iowa
PSE shooters were out in force this weekend at the Easton JOAD Nationals. Four age groups were contended in compound and recurve divisions, male and female, for a total of sixteen national titles on the line. In addition to the JOAD Nationals, this event also hosted the trials to select two archers, one male and one female, to represent the United States at the first ever Youth Olympic Games to be held in Singapore on August 14-26,2010.


For the Youth Olympic Games Trials, archers who had shot the minimum qualification score in the required time frame shot a qualification round of 72 arrows at 70 meters. The field was then cut to top four men and four women to compete further for the two available positions. PSE’s Miranda Leek was joined by two other PSE shooters, Lauren Hughes and Shannon Ostling, to compete for the highly coveted spot. After five rounds of head to head shooting, Miranda Leek and her X Appeal locked up the sole women’s spot for Singapore.

Miranda went on to win the national championship in the Junior Women Recurve division. Karissa Yamaguchi of Phoenix, Arizona won the Cub Women Recurve division shooting an X Appeal.

Congratulations Miranda!

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