Archery is one of the oldest arts still practiced. But at the ESPN Great Outdoor Games in Lake Placid, you aren't going to see old-fashioned target shooting. Sixteen world-class archers will step up to the line and compete in a head-to-head bracketed format, shooting at (four) different target positions some obstructed and others unobstructed.
|Archery competitors shoot at four different target positions some obstructed and others unobstructed.|
Each of the four stations has its own name. And if you think they'll be easy to hit just take a look at what some of the stations are called: Bermuda Triangle, Thread the Needle and William Tell.