Strong winds aren’t bothering the New Zealand archery team competing at the Pacific Games in Samoa.
Bradley Foster has been training in 20-knot winds in Apia ahead of his competition.
“I’m going in open minded to shoot a good shot, it’ll be okay if the wind’s there and okay if it’s not. I’m expecting some good scores,” said Foster.
The Cantabrian’s been adjusting to the heat and is in good form with the bow.
“It’s been 29 degrees everyday so we’re acclimatising well.
“Shooting’s going well for me, I’m just making sure to keep my rhythm and timing really strong and just keeping my shot sequence nice.
Foster beings competing on Tuesday July 9th.