September 12, 2023

The Disability Championships names its 2023 winners

The 2023 winners of the Disability Championships are named.

Each year, Archery GB host The Worshipful Company of Fletchers Disability Championships, bringing together World Archery classified athletes and archers with physical or visual impairments. The two day event sees the athletes complete a WRS 72-arrow ranking round and head-to-heads, and on the second day they get to shoot in the 30 metre pairs competition. 

Grace Chappell, the compound unclassified (50m) women's champion, said: "I love that this event is organised just for those with disabilities. I compete all year round as able-bodied, so shooting this event is really nice. I would encourage anyone who can to shoot this event next year. It’s run so well and the Worshipful Company of Fletchers give so much support to disabled athletes."

Category winners:



Recurve open Dave Phillips
Compound open combined Lindsay Howard
Compound unclassified (50m) men Finlay Clark
Compound unclassified (50m) women Grace Chappell
Recurve/barebow unclassified (122/30m) men and women combined Piangfan Naksukpaiboon
Recurve (60m) 50+ unclassified recurve men Frazer Smith
Recurve 70m combined (unclassified) Sam Newton
Compound unclassified (30m) women Anne Beer
Barebow women unclassified Emily Williams
Recurve women open Helen Courquin

Recurve open champion, Dave Phillips, said: "No matter what level of archery you are at, the Disability Championships is an event where all are welcome. Great atmosphere and opportunity to meet like minded people. Fun and laughter, but not too serious."

To see all the scores from the weekend, use the link here.

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