The Warwick recurve team, made up of Sherman Ip (586), William Pike (582), Enrik Nako (576), James Jeffs (575), took a well deserved gold, finishing with 2319, 61 points ahead of Birmingham University with 2258 in second.
In the Ladies Recurve category, Hannah Burnage shot a score of 570, taking home silver, with Sarah Allaway not far behind in 3rd place with a score of 567.
James Edmondson and Tim Jackson both shot well and took 2nd and 4th places, respectively in the Gents Compund category. Particular congratulations go to Kai Thomas-Prause, who not only took home the gold medal, but also shot a new Gents Compound all Uni's record of 596.
Novice Lady Barebow, Devyn Attwood, shot a great score of 449, putting her at the same standard as the experienced category. Novice Gent Barebows Sam Bailey, Rens Van Velzen and Hubert Naguszewski also shot well, ending on 466, 445 and 419, respectively.
In the Novice Ladies Recurve category, Ranya Younis took home a bronze medal, finishing on a score of 488.
Full Results can be found on Tamlyn Score