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Bryony first got into archery because her dad shot for the British Field Team and she wanted to be like him. She made her Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Games, finishing ninth both individually and in the women’s team. Bryony lives in Shoreham by Sea, West Sussex. She’s a graduate in History from Northumbria University and has a Masters degree in Intelligence and Security from Brunel University.
The current world number 12 is most proud of being the first British World No. 1 in the World Cup era, and of winning the European Field Championships this year. She also became the European Games champion for the recurve women's team, and placed 3rd at the National Tour Final. Her hopes for 2024 include wanting to win an Olympic medal and earn the World Field Championship title.