The U.S. team that will compete at the World Archery Championships this July was finalized as 31 archers gathered in Bloomfield, N.J., this weekend to fight for the final three spots in each category.
The results were:
Women's recurve: four-time Olympian Khatuna Lorig (Los Angeles), two-time Olympian Jennifer Nichols (Bryan, Texas) and junior dream team member Miranda Leek (Des Moines, Iowa).
Men's recurve: Olympian and No. 2 world ranked Brady Ellison (Glendale, Ariz.), Jacob Wukie and Joseph Fanchin.
Women's compound team: Jamie Van Natta (Toledo, Ohio), Christie Colin (Ransomville, N.Y.) and Kailey Johnston (Dublin, Ga.).
Men's compound team: Braden Gellenthien (Woodbridge, Va.), reigning world champion Reo Wilde (Pocatello, Idaho) and Jesse Broadwater (Jennerstown, Pa.).
The athletes will be coached by national head coach KiSik Lee, Guy Krueger, Mel Nichols and Mike Usherenko. The team will be led by Cindy Bevilacqua.