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Coryell earns Archery Honor.

With the World Archery Para Championships U.S. Team Trials over, Team USA named its team, which went to Beijing in September for the World Para Archery Championships.

Paralyzed Veterans of America member and U.S. Army veteran Lia Coryell made the team. A 2016 Rio de Janeiro Paralympian, Coryell (La Crosse, Wis.) and defending world champion Jeff Fabry (Leemore, Calif.), Jerry Shields (Jacksonville, Fla.) and Chuck Lear (Lee's Summit, Mo.) made up the Wl team.

Paralympian Michael Lukow (Salt Lake City), Timothy Palumbo (Williamsville, N.Y.) and Kevin Mather (Lakewood, Colo.) earned the men's recurve open spots.

Benjamin Thompson (Gadsden, S.C.), Paralympic champion Andre Shelby (Jacksonville, Fla.) and Lance Thornton (Stotts City, Mo.) comprised the men's compound open team.

Martha Chavez (Leemore, Calif.) and Tink Wallace (North Charleston, S.C.) made up the women's compound open team.

For more information on the 2017 U.S. trials, visit selectionProcedureResults?id=28.

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Title Annotation:sports & rec
Publication:PN - Paraplegia News
Date:Oct 1, 2017
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