Top 10 Best and Most Handsome Male Archers in the World
|Top 10 Best and Most Handsome Male Archers in the World
Archery is widely regarded as a keen mind game. A person has to be free of every little distraction when he plays or competes in this game.
In classical mythology, the best-known archers are Eros and Cupid, the Greek and Roman gods of love, respectively. They wield a bow with arrows that cause uncontrollable desire in whomever they hit. It’s a beautiful metaphor and what has made Cupid probably the most-depicted archer in art history.
Eighty-four nations have competed in the Olympic archery events, with France appearing the most often at 31 times. The most noticeable trend has been the excellence of South Korean archers, who have won 27 out of 39 gold medals in events since 1984.
Here we bring to you the top 10 best and most handsome archers of all time, Check them out.
Who is the god of archery?
Apollo is one of the Olympian deities in classical Greek and Roman religion and Greek and Roman mythology. The national divinity of the Greeks, Apollo has been recognized as a god of archery, music and dance, truth and prophecy, healing and diseases, the Sun and light, poetry, and more.
What was the best bow in history? Immortalized by the Mongols during the 3rd-century onwards, the Mongolian recurve bow is widely considered one of the most powerful, and deadly, bows in history. These bows could famously shoot with pinpoint accuracy at over 500 yards (450+ meters), and were often used from horseback.
Top 10 Best and Most Handsome Male Archers in the World
1. Lee Seung-Yun
Lee Seung-Yun, is an archer from South Korea. He was first selected for the South Korean archery team in 2013 after winning medals at the World Youth Championships, in which year he won team and individual medals at the 2013 Archery World Cup, finished 4th in the World Cup Final in Paris, and reached the final of the 2013 World Archery Championships where he defeated teammate and Olympic champion Oh Jin-Hyek. In 2013, he achieved a career-high world ranking of 5 and ranked 8th in 2016.
Lee never finished out of the top eight in competition in his first foreign season. As well as his world title, he qualified at the 4th World Cup stage of the year in Wroclaw for the World Cup Final courtesy of an individual gold medal.
2. Darrell Pace
At number 2 in this list of the top 10 greatest archers of all time, we have Darrell Pace. He is the only person to have won multiple individual gold medals in the history of the Olympic games.
He earned his first gold medal in 1976 in Montreal and then repeated the achievement 8 years later in 1984 in Los Angeles. In spite of missing out on an individual medal in 1988, the American did eventually manage to win a silver medal for his country in the team event and thus going down in the history books as the greatest American archer of all time.
Besides tasting the sweet Olympics success, he also won 8 Pan American Games medals over the stint of his career.
3. Rick van der Ven
Utah Rick was the runner-up with a Silver medal at World Junior Championship in Ogden in 2009. He won Silver with the Mixed Team at the WJC in Legnica, Poland in 2011, Bronze with the Team and Individually he got 4th. In May 2012 Van der Ven became European Outdoor Champion at the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam, both individually and with the Dutch team. Van der Ven also became European Indoor Champion in Rzeszow in February 2013, again both individually as well as with the Dutch team.
4. Florian Kahllund
Florian Kahllund, also known as Florian Unruh, is a recurve archery competitor from Germany. He was born on June 7, 1993.
Kahllund debuted on the international scene in 2013, earning the individual championship and a silver medal in the team event at the European Championships in Echmiadzin, as well as qualifying for the World Cup Final by winning the third stage of the individual tournament in Antalya.
He is regarded as one of the best male archers in the world.
5. Pierre Plihon
Pierre Plihon, a French competitor in recurve archery, is participating.
Plihon first competed internationally in 2014, in which year he won a team gold medal at the 2014 Echmiadzin European Archery Championships and qualified for the 2014 Lausanne World Cup Final, winning a silver medal at the first stage in Shanghai. He has represented France at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics.
6. Brady Ellison – USA
One of the best Male Archers, Brady Ellison is a recurve archery competitor from the United States. He is presently a Resident Athlete at the Chula Vista, California-based United States Olympic Training Center.
Brady ‘The Cowboy of Arizona’ Ellison is an American archer specializing in recurve archery. He is currently a resident athlete at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California, the United States. He holds the record as the world number-one ranked men’s recurve archer for the longest continuous period, from August 2011 to April 2013. During the 2015 world championships, he received his nickname “The Prospector” because of his ability to ‘dig gold.’
Ellison finished his ranking round at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics with a total of 664 points which gave him the fifteenth seed for the final competition bracket in which he faced John Burnes in the first round. Ellison won the 111–89 contest, and advanced to the second round. He could not defeat another Canadian, Jay Lyon, here, who was too good with 113–107.
7. Braden Gellenthien – USA
Braden Gellenthien, a compound archery competitor from the United States, is one of the best male archers in the world.
He has won individual gold medals in the FITA Archery World Cup, Indoor World Championships, and Arizona Cup, as well as team gold medals at the World Archery Championships. His achievements and consistency have earned him the place on the list of the top 10 best male archers.
8. Ku Bon-chan
Having previously participated in various Asian tournaments, he made his international debut at the 2014 Archery World Cup. At the 2015 World Archery Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark, Ku competed in the individual recurve event, team recurve event, and recurve mixed team event, where he took home gold medals in the team recurve event and recurve mixed team event. At the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Ku represented South Korea on the men’s archery team event and the men’s individual archery event. In the team event, Ku and the team from South Korea won the gold medal. In the gold medal match against the United States, Ku shot six consecutive perfect tens across three sets.
9. Marcus Vinicius D’Almeida
He is an Archer from Brazil who was born on 30 January 1998. He won a silver medal as an athlete at the 2013 World Archery Cup, held in Lausanne. His success in the youth category includes a silver medal in the 2014 World Youth Champions held at Nanjing as an individual cadet.
He started competing internationally in 2013, and he won 3 gold medals at the South American Games the very next year, smashing all South American records in 1440 rounds. His steep ascent to the sport’s top levels as a teenager won him Archery’s Neymar nickname.
10. Crispin Duenas
Crispin Duenas is a Canadian recurve archer who represented Canada at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2012 London Summer Olympics.
He is one of the top male archers in Canada with a good career both as a cadet and junior international. He is a major in physics at University of Toronto.
Duenas ended his ranking round at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, with a total of 664 points. This gave him the 16th seed for the final bracket of the competition where he was facing Magnus Petersson in the first round. In the regular match, both scored 108 points, and they had to go into an extra round. Duenas scored 18 points in this extra round while Petersson advanced with 19 points into the second round.
Celebrity Archers Make Bows and Arrows Hotter
1. SAM CLAFLIN
Before appearing as trident-toting, smooth-talking Finnick Odair in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” Claflin shot arrows as Prince William in “Snow White and the Huntsman.”
“Hot” could describe how Peter Mayhew, the actor who played this iconic role, probably felt while wearing the furry costume often called “the walking carpet.” But with “Star Wars Episode 7” due for release in 2015, Chewie belongs on this list. He’s the only character with a Wookiee Bowcaster crossbow/laser gun, which counts for something.
3. JOSH DUHAMEL
Known for his roles in action and romantic movies including “Transformers” and “Safe Haven,” Duhamel gave Ellen an archery lesson and hit the bull’s-eye on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
4. BRENDAN FRASER
As Richard O’Connell in “The Mummy” movie trilogy, Fraser often carried two pistols. But Fraser is a real-life archer who told this to “RadioTimes“: “I was researching a role where there was a famous archer called William Tell and he used a cross bow. He had to get one shot that he couldn’t miss. Long story short, I picked up an English longbow and went out in the backyard, started firing at tree stumps, was horrible at it, lost a lot of expensive arrows and it kind of just started from there. Although I don’t think I have the guts to actually hunt anything and kill it. There’s bull’s-eye targets and big bags of sawdust in the backyard.”
5. DWAYNE “THE ROCK” JOHNSON
“Outdoor Life” said: “Mathayus the Scorpion King’s bow has the power of a cannon. Bad guys don’t get pierced by The Rock’s arrows – they get blown backward and through walls. I hope he has a pretty hefty let-off on that thing.”
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