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China beat Unite State in women’s team archery Quarterfinal

July 29th, 2012

LONDON – China beat the United States 218-213 today in an Olympic women’s team archery quarterfinal at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

The American team, which includes Jennifer Nichols, who trains part-time in Tucson, finished one spot shy of the medal round.

“Now it’s time to focus on individual competition,” said Nichols, who will face India’s Chekrovolu Swuro on Tuesday.

Also on Tuesday Alison Williamson of Great Britain, a graduate of Arizona State, will square off against Bishindee Urantungalag of Mongolia.

  1. November 23rd, 2012 at 05:40 | #1

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    The link is this one:

    In advance thank you very much

    Kolb Patrice, Switzerland, 2012

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