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. One of which the final score was 146-145 against Nicky Hunt that came down to the deciding final shot.
Commonwealth Games Results (Women's Individual Compound Bow)
- Doris won in the quarterfinals with a score of 85-80 in the 3rd set against Janette Doreen Howells (WAL)
- She won in the semi-finals with a score of 140-132 in the 5th set against Cassie McCall (AUS)
- She placed second in the finals with a score of 146-145 in the 5th set against Nicky Hunt (ENG)
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