Name: Reo Wilde
Current Residence: Pocatello, Idaho
School: Idaho State University
- 2015 U.S. Open - Gold Medal
- 2014 U.S. National Target Championships - Gold Medal
- Multi-Time World Record Holder
- Multi-Time World Championships Winner
- Multi-Time Archery World Cup Medalist
Get to know Reo: Family is very important to Reo: he has two daughters and his father and brother are also competitive archers. Reo was the first archer to be named athlete of the week twice.
Brady Ellison Back on Top and Major Compound Medals at World Cup Medellin
May 16, 2016
Major gold wins for Brady Ellison and the compound men's team at World Cup Medellin this past weekend.
USA Shooting for Three Gold Medals at World Cup Medellin
May 12, 2016
U.S. archers are poised to take three of four possible individual titles at World Cup Medellin, plus compound mixed team bronze.
U.S. Archers Leave World Cup Opener with Silver and Gold Hardware
May 01, 2016
After several heartbreaking early upsets in eliminations, U.S. archers made it to one gold final of each event.
Ellison Shoots Third Highest Score in World History While U.S. Compound Men Set World Record in Shanghai
April 27, 2016
The 2016 Archery World Cup season kicked off today in Shanghai.
USA's Wilde and Garrett Golden at AAE Arizona Cup
April 10, 2016
After a hot week at the AAE Arizona Cup, the sky opened late into elimination matches this morning.
All-American Showdowns for Gold at Indoor World Cup Final Las Vegas
Jan. 31, 2016
14 U.S. archers made the cut for the Indoor World Cup Final and dominated competition finishing with three gold and two silver medals.
Ellison and Wilde Pick Up Big Points in Bangkok
Dec. 10, 2015
U.S. archers scored big in Bangkok, taking three of four top seeds in qualification and finishing up with five medals.
Rookies Score Big Points at Archery World Cup Final
Oct. 25, 2015
Upsets shake the brackets as U.S. rookies climb to semifinal matches in Mexico City.
Mexico City World Cup Final Preview
Oct. 23, 2015
Five U.S. athletes take on the best in the world at the World Cup Final - see who are the hottest contenders!
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.
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