Braden Gellenthien and his 10 gold medals in archery
Braden Gellenthien is a world number one archer according to the World Archery Federation
(WA) compound bow rankings. Braden’s champion title is valid at the time of publication of the
The 10 victories listed below are not all of Braden’s victories. He has several dozen victories in
individual and team competitions.
10 gold medals of the legendary Braden Gellenthien:
1. Nimes Archery Tournament, January 2020, Nimes, France. In the gold final, Braden
faced Nicolas Girard, a young and promising French archer. Braden won.
2. Hyundai Archery World Cup stage 2, May 2019, Shanghai, People’s Republic of
China. 148-147 – the victory was snatched from the Belgian archer Brend Frederickx.
3. Gold in the Nimes Archery Tournament, January 2019, at this tournament in the gold
final, Branden met with compatriot Kris Schaff.
4. 1st place in the Roma Archery Trophy, December 2018, Rome, Italy. In the final, he
was opposed by Martin Damsbo from Denmark.
5. Gold in the Indoor Archery World Cup Stage 1, November 2017, Marrakesh, Morocco,
Branden won Jesse Clayton in the final (Matches 148-146).
6. Rome 2017 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final, September 2017. Gold victory. Braden
Gellenthien 148 – Stephan Hansen 145.
7. Indoor Archery World Cup Stage 3, January 2016, Nimes, France. There were Braden
(gold), Mike Schloesser (silver), Jesse Broadwater (bronze) on the podium.
8. Gold in the Arizona Cup 2014, Phoenix AZ, United States of America. Bridger Deaton
9. Archery World Cup Stage 1, 2013, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China. Gold final Gellenthien vs Martin Damsbo.
10. Tokyo 2012 Archery World Cup Final, Japan. In the final Branden won against Reo Wilde.
Brendan uses the same archery equipment as most professional athletes, but it seems that only
his amazing accuracy allows him to win more often than the remaining archers.
A complete list of Braden Gellenthien’s victories can be viewed on the WA website.
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