Canadian Olympian Crispin Duenas beat Mexico’s Aida Roman, 7-1, to become champion of the Lockdown Knockout on Sunday 21 June, the recurve version of the international remote tournament featuring eight of the world’s top archers.

“I’m super happy. It’s been a long time since I’ve done competition and felt this kind of pressure,” said Crispin. “I was able to pull it back in the fourth set and shoot a comfortable 30. I’m happy. Congratulations to Aida for really great shooting in this final.”

The first set of the match was a thriller.

Duenas, the reigning Pan American Games Champion shot three 10s. Aida opened with two consecutive nines – and opted to go for the white dot, the 15mm spot in the red worth 12 points.

She delivered an excellent arrow, hitting the mark and bringing her total to 30, too.

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