National Compound - Squad

Phoebe Paterson Pine


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Phoebe is a junior indoor and outdoor national champion, gold medal Paralympian and current World no. 1. She won gold at her Games debut in Tokyo winning the Compound Women Open. She has spina bifida and first tried archery on a family holiday enjoying it so much she joined her local club. Phoebe is a student at Worcester University, studying sports coaching science. She holds multiple National, European and World records breaking five UK, European and World records over five days in 2022! 

Phoebe moved to Telford in 2019 from her family home in Cirencester, in the Cotswolds. She won bronze individually at the World Archery Para Championships in Dubai 2022 and gold at the Disability Championships. She won gold at the 2022 European Para Archery Championships and the Para Archery European Cup in the individual Compound Women Open event as well as bronze as part of the mixed team with Jamie Harris also at the Para Archery European Cup. Competing in the women's team with Jessica Stretton she won gold at the Para Archery European Cup and silver at the European Para Archery Championships.? 

She won gold with teammate Jamie Harris at the 2022 European Para Cup Final as part of the mixed team and bronze in the Compound Women individual event.? 

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