1038 Days in the Top: Archery Champion Mike Schloesser Sets New World Record.

Schloesser Breaks Record for Consecutive Days as World #1 with 1038 Days

Archery champion Mike Schloesser has set a new world record by spending 1038 consecutive days ranked number one in the sport. This surpasses the previous record held by Sara Lopez since 2006, and is a remarkable feat that Schloesser attributes to his focus on one arrow at a time.

Schloesser first achieved his world rankings in late 2023, after winning the World Archery Championships at just 19 years old. Since then, he has continued to impress with podium finishes at the World Championships and victories at the Hyundai Archery World Cup Final. His dominance in the sport began in 2015 and he has now accumulated a total of 1758 days in the number one spot.

Throughout his career, Schloesser has set the standard for excellence in compound men’s archery. His ability to consistently perform at such a high level in a sport of fine margins and fierce competition is truly remarkable and a testament to his skill and determination. Schloesser’s goal is to continue adding more days to his reign as the world’s number one archer, showing that hard work pays off when it comes to achieving greatness in any field.

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