Name: Keith Sekora
Shooting Style: Compound
Bow Make – Hoyt Prevail
Draw Weight – 58lb
Draw Length – 31.5″
Outdoor Arrows – Carbon Express Nano 410spine with 120gr points with Beiter Hunter nocks
Indoor Arrows – Carbon Express, CXL250 or X-Jammer 27 pros
Release Aid – I use a modified TruBall center X release head on a custom made shoulder release by FabTech Systems.
- US Indoor National Champion
- US Para Archery Team member
- US Air Force Archery Team Member
- Ranked 8th in the US and 16th in the Americas
WA1440 – 1365
WA50m – 679
WA18m – 595
VEGAS – 298
X SIGHT REVIEW
Xsight glasses are great they cut the glare outdoors and allow just the right amount of light in to make the center of the target pop. indoor they help with low light rooms making it easier to see your target. on top of all this the price point is set so most anyone can afford them, from you novice to advanced archer.
AN INTERVIEW WITH KEITH SEKORA
When did you get into archery?
I have been shooting since 2012. I first started archery as rehab after being injured in Afghanistan in 2010. I used it as a way to get my mind and body to work together. The very first time I ever shot an arrow it went right into a mounted deer head on the way as I fell over due to my injuries. This is when I learned I had to shoot from my wheelchair. My coach then told me this, ” You can now tell everyone you shot a deer with your very first arrow.” Since then I have came along way and truly enjoy the sport and the archers involved.
What do you enjoy most about archery?
For me it is relaxing! plus I get to meet people from all over the world.
What has been one of your most memorable experience to date?
Being able to wear the USA jersey and represent my country!
What would be your best advice to upcoming archers?
Never give up, take it one arrow at a time.
What do you get up to when you’re not shooting?
Most of my off time is spent with my family or doing other adaptive sports like scuba diving