50 episodes

The Easton Target Archery Podcast with George Tekmitchov, international archery technical consultant, product developer, engineer, and past USA World team member, and Steve Anderson, World Field Champion, USA team member, and Pro Staff Manager. All things target archery. Send questions and comments to our Facebook page, Easton Target Archery.

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The Easton Target Archery Podcast with George Tekmitchov, international archery technical consultant, product developer, engineer, and past USA World team member, and Steve Anderson, World Field Champion, USA team member, and Pro Staff Manager. All things target archery. Send questions and comments to our Facebook page, Easton Target Archery.

    Easton Target Podcast 150- Para Champion Kevin Mather & World Championship Preview

    Easton Target Podcast 150- Para Champion Kevin Mather & World Championship Preview

    Steve and George talk with Kevin Mather about the journey to his Gold Medal performance at the Tokyo Paralympic Games, and preview the World Archery Championship starting this upcoming weekend in South Dakota.


     


    Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Podbean.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    EastonTarget Archery Podcast 149- New rule proposals for WA?

    EastonTarget Archery Podcast 149- New rule proposals for WA?

    Rod Menzer of USA Archery, Steve, and George discuss the just-concluded Paralympic Games and the USA's achievements, and then take a deep dive on the proposals for new World Archery Rules coming up at the World Archery Congress in South Dakota starting this month.


     


    And Stave issues a major announcement you won't want to miss.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Easton Target Archery Podcast 148 - World Championship Preview

    Easton Target Archery Podcast 148 - World Championship Preview

    George talks with Bruce Cull and Brittany Salonen of the NFAA foundation about the upcoming World Archery Congress, World Archery Championship, and World Cup Finals, all slated for Yankton, South Dakota this month.

    Easton Target Archery Podcast 147- Guy Matzkin

    Easton Target Archery Podcast 147- Guy Matzkin

    George and Steve are back, and in the latest Easton Target Archery podcast, they talk with Israeli coach and archer Guy Matzkin on the remarkable performance of Israel’s archer, Itay Shanny, at the Tokyo Olympic Games, and Guy’s coaching philosophy.  


    Also, Steve reveals a critical aspect of his (nefarious) plan to ban target quivers.  


     


    Available on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, and Spotify.

    • 43 min
    Easton Target Podcast 146

    Easton Target Podcast 146

    George talks with World Archery Secretary-General Tom Dielen about the Tokyo Games, the upcoming Paralympic Games, the Youth World Championship starting this week in Poland, and more.


    Then, we are joined by USA Archery CEO Rod Menzer to go over our favorite moments of Tokyo, and the future of America's Olympic archery programs.


    We also discuss the USA teams for this week's Youth Championship, the upcoming Paralympics, and the just-announced qualifier list for the World Cup Finals taking in place in the USA next month- directly after the World Championship in Yankton, South Dakota.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Easton Target Archery Podcast 145- Tokyo Olympic Recap

    Easton Target Archery Podcast 145- Tokyo Olympic Recap

    Steve "The Big Cat" Anderson and George Tekmitchov sum up the final day of archery competition at the Tokyo Olympic Games with analysis of the finals, the factors that led to the upset-dominated outcomes, and insight on the mental game and technique needed to win at Yumenoshima Archery Field.


     


    Available on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, and Spotify

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
90 Ratings

90 Ratings

charles corrid. ,

Review

Like all the podcasts, love the Legends and Historical podcasts.

RickBucher! ,

Awesome!

Nailed it! This one was funny AND informative. Cocktails may help?

dja80 ,

Fingers crossed...

When the podcast first started the sarcasm about the show was somewhat funny, but now it seems that’s more the tone of the show and it’s a bother to the host(s) to even be doing the podcast. The tech, history, and competition info was my favorite part of these podcasts, but the indifference of having it makes me not want to listen. I hope things turn around.

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