If you’re going to crash the party, you might as well stay awhile. 

Erik Jonsson hasn’t wasted any time establishing himself on the 2021 Indoor Archery World Series. The decorated barebow archer from Sweden is the only participant to win both of the two stages – in November and December – held so far in this year’s remote competition circuit.

The five-time World Archery Field Champion is excelling, proving the pure talent for shooting archery’s rising bowstyle that’s made him – and his Swedish barebow compatriots – such a force in archery’s countryside discipline for decades.

After years of consignment solely to the field and 3D disciplines, barebow is finally competing – albeit virtually – in a major international target event alongside recurve and compound.

“It’s been a rewarding experience,” he said. “For us barebow archers, we aren’t used to competing at this level. We are proud to finally be accepted as part of the archery family in this big event.”

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