Doris Jones (archer)
15 November 1988 |
In 2004 she received the "Junior Female Athlete of the Year" award from the Canadian Archery Association (Archery Canada Tir à l'Arc). In 2006 at the Junior Outdoor Games in Mérida she won the gold medal in the junior classification. In 2010, she won two Archery Silver Medals for Canada in the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India.
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