Name: Braden Gellenthien
Current Residence: Hudson, Massachusetts
School: James Madison University
- Multi-Time World Championships and Archery World Cup Medalist
- World Cup Final Champion
Get to know Braden: "I grew up in a small town 25 miles west of Boston and was indoctrinated into the lifestyle of being a Sox fan. I didn't find archery until 1997 and for the first several years, I wasn't very good at it. It wasn't until 2001 that I finally became serious enough with it to seek out a coach and began working to better my abilities. Since that day, archery has been a whirlwind of experience and opportunity that I wouldn't trade for anything. I've been competing as a professional archer since 2003 and have had the honor of representing Team USA since that summer."
Gold for Gellenthien Bronze for Brady and Broadwater at World Cup Nimes
Jan. 17, 2016
U.S. archers topped qualification and finished strong with several medal wins in Nimes, France.
Sharks in the Water: U.S. Compounds Medal in all World Cup Events
Sept. 13, 2015
Pearce takes silver and leads team to bronze, Wilde finishes with bronze and leads mixed team and team podium finishes.
USA in All Four Team Finals at World Cup Medellin
Sept. 11, 2015
Recurve and Compound men going for gold and women to shoot for bronze in finals this weekend.
Ellison and Pritchard lead U.S. Recurve Teams to Make the Cut at World Archery Championships
July 27, 2015
Coverage of World Archery Championships qualifications - Both recurve teams make the cut to shoot tomorrow for Olympic quota slots!
Top U.S. Archers are off to Denmark for World Archery Championships
July 24, 2015
As World Archery Championships begin on Monday - read about the incredible team who will represent the U.S.
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