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NASP team wins bronze at junior international championships

18/07/2018
by Rodney Pienaar
Sports

Namibia’s team in National Archery in School Program (NASP) has won bronze medals at the recently ended international junior championships in Canada last week. 

On the first day of the championship all the archers were involved in the bull’s eye competition to determine their individual rankings and team scores.  

Out of 21 girls, Namibia’s Leonise Human came out 10th; Isabel Louw 12th and Melany Erasmus 13th, while from 42 boys that represented the country, Diwan Engelbrach came out 9th, Wian Lottering 12th, Willem Lottering 16th, Pieter Hough 20th and Gerhard Koen 22nd. 

The United Sates of America won the championship with 3 878 points and scooped the gold medallions followed by South Africa with 3 449 points (silver) and Namibia collected 3 415 points (bronze).