Press Release from NIMES, France:

Team Easton competitors have kicked off the 2016 World Competition season with a sweep of the medals in every adult category at the prestigious Nimes European Indoor Championship in France this week.

With every medal won in the men’s compound, women’s compound, men’s recurve and women’s recurve categories, Team Easton dominated this second largest indoor event in the world (after The Vegas Shoot) using X23 and X10 arrow shafts.

Korea took a new indoor women’s recurve world record, with Ms. PARK Seihui of the Korean Team shooting her X10’s to set the new record by two points, scoring 594 out of a possible 600.


Linda Ochoa-Anderson takes women’s compound GOLD with the new Contour CS, Easton’s lightest, stiffest stabilizer ever.

The event also saw the world competition launch of the new Contour CS Stabilizer System, and Linda Ochoa-Anderson of Mexico decisively won the women’s compound event, shooting the new Contour CS.

Contour CS is a new concept in archery stabilizers being the lightest, stiffest stabilizer ever made by Easton. Ideal for both compound and high-poundage recurve competitors, Contour CS uses a complex Tri-Modulus carbon fiber design including the stiffest available carbon fiber to provide inherent vibration damping and super-precise aiming during the shot sequence.

Contour series Windcutter 360 low-drag design was proven in World Competition in the 2015 season, and Contour CS further raises the bar on stiffness for those shooters looking for the ultimate in low mass and high stiffness for heavy weight stacks.