Team Manitoba Archers Compete at Czech Para World Ranking Event

(Shown above: Chris Waterman left and Rob Cox right)

Team Manitoba and Team Canada para archers, Chris Waterman and Rob Cox, are headed to the Nove Mesto 2023 Para-Archery European Cup. The World Archery para ranking event is set to take place from May 15 to 20,  2023, in the Czech Republic city of Nove Mesto. This year’s competition will be the first leg of the 2023 Para Archery European Cup.

The event promises to be an exciting competition, with para-archers from around the world gathering to showcase their talents and compete for the championship. The Nove Mesto 2023 Para-Archery European Cup is one of the most prestigious events on the international para-archery calendar and attracts some of the world’s top para-archers.

Chris Waterman and Rob Cox will be representing Team Canada at the event in preparation for the 2023 World Para Archery Championships in Pilsen, Czech Republic later this summer. Waterman, who hails from Clandeboye, Manitoba, has been a fixture on the Canadian para-archery scene for several years. He is a skilled archer whose goal is to represent Canada at the 2023 Para Pan American Championships later this year. Cox, from Winnipeg, has been a member of Canada’s national team going back to the early 2000s and has recently returned to international competition in hopes of competing at the Paralympic Games.

The competition will be tough, but both Waterman and Cox are determined to put on their best performances and make Manitoba and Canada proud. They have been training hard in preparation for the event, and are confident that their hard work will pay off.

The Nove Mesto 2023 Para-Archery European Cup promises to be an event worth following, with para-archers from around the world showcasing their skills and competing for the championship. To follow the results of the event go to: