Joe McGlyn

Archery

Joe McGlyn

Personal: Started shooting archery at the age of 11 because a childhood friend introduced him to the sport and he became a part of a Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) Program. 

Greatest Achievement in Archery: Winning the Team Gold Medal at the 2001 World Indoor Championships with Butch Johnson and Vic Wunderle

Other Major Accomplishments:  Represented the United States at six World Championships.  National Field Champion, Arizona Cup Champion, Gold Cup Champion.  Named to the United States Archery Team 6=six times and nationally ranked in the top three for the past two years.

Biggest Career Moment:  Representing the United States in Croatia at the World Field Championships and winning the Silver Medal.

Goals over the Next Year: To shoot the best he can, but the most important thing is that he wants to have fun doing it.

Long-Term Goals: To have fun and remain competitive. Joe says since archery is a sport that has no age limits, he expects to be competing for a very long time