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Bowjunky archery podcast

This is not your normal archery podcast... Professional archer and industry insider Greg Poole discuss all things archery and more! Including Tuning, hunting, industry news and tournament results along with anything else interesting that comes up. Greg's experience and perspective will make for some interesting conversations as he approaches the industry very differently.
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Now displaying: February, 2019
Feb 26, 2019

In one of the funniest podcasts to date BJM's Greg Poole is joined by long time friend and professional archer Martin Archery shooter Keith Trail to talk about his back to back Vegas wins and becoming the first Championship Senior archer to ever shoot a 900. Greg & Keith discuss his Bug business, his archery shop called Southeastern Archery and what he has done since retiring from the military after 28 years of service to stay busy. Keith also explains how his relationship with his father has played a role in his life, where he lives and his archery career.

Feb 26, 2019

BJM's Greg Poole is joined by the 2019 Foley Open Pro champion Ken Lantz to discuss the first professional win of his career. Greg and Ken talk about his career, family and how he manages to stay competitive with his busy schedule. Ken also talks about how special it was to have his wife Angela there this weekend as he reach this milestone he has worked so hard for.

Feb 20, 2019

BJM's Greg Poole is joined by 3 time Vegas champion and long time professional archer Chance Beaubouef to talk about his 2nd place finish at the 2019 Vegas shoot and how he managed the emotions of not winning the event in order to turn around and shoot events back to back weekends following. Greg and Chance also discuss his shooting schedule and how he managed to remain so consistent over his career. Chance also tells the story of how he cured his target panic when he was 17.

Feb 19, 2019

BJM's Greg Poole is joined by the 2019 3rd place Championship open finisher and co-owner of Caveman Archery in New Zealand Riku Van Tonder to discuss his journey to the highest profile archery tournament in the world culminating in a podium finish. Greg and Riku also discuss how he is working to grow the sport of archery in New Zealand and some of the all too familiar battles archery shops face on a daily basis. Riku also lets us know how he was able to deal with the nerves and emotions of shooting his first ever 300 in Vegas working up to the coveted 900. 

Feb 14, 2019

BJM's Greg Poole is joined by the 2019 Female archer of the year, 900 Vegas club member and 2019 Vegas Champion Sara Lopez to discuss her incredible performance at the 2019 Vegas shoot. Greg and Sara discuss the injury that didn't let her shoot until 10 days before the event and the difficult decision to forego school for another year to focus on her shooting. Sara also discusses the growth or archery in her home country of Columbia and how hard it has been to get the equipment and facilities archers in other countries have access to. Sara also talks about what it will take for female archers to break through and show the world they can perform on the same stage as the men and why she feels its so important.

Feb 13, 2019

BJM's Greg Poole is joined by the 2019 Vegas Champion Sergio Pagni to discuss the 2nd Vegas title of his career. Greg & Sergio also discuss how his coaching and mental training played a role in his success and longevity in the sport in addition to how winning the most important shoot of the year impacts compound archery in Italy. Sergio also explains some of the battles archery shops face competing with online sales overseas and how the shop where he works deals with it.

Feb 1, 2019

BJM's Greg Poole is joined by long time professional archer Braden Gellenthien to discuss his win in Nimes followed by a perfect 660 qualification round at the Classic. Greg and Braden discuss the ever growing tournament schedule and the stress it puts on archers that are expected to attend more and more events. Braden also gives us his thoughts on handling pressure and what he has done over his career to remain so consistent.

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