Following a stellar performance at the Limerick 2023 World Archery Youth Championships – where he placed fourth – on Friday at Assembly Year 11 student Branden Tse presented the School and Headmaster Scott James with a framed National green and gold jersey.
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The Olympic hopeful is a NSW Institute of Sport archer and was accompanied by NSWIS Senior Archery Co-ordinator, Mark Williams.
Branden took part in a Q&A with Mr James and fellow students during the Assembly, where he explained how he took up archery and about a scholarship he was awarded by the Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship and Mentoring Program.
Through this Tier 3 scholarship, Branden has met with some of Australia's best athletes, including Ian Thorpe.
Following the presentation, Branden set up a target on Knox 1 of 70m, which is the standard competition length.
After firing a few test arrows, a balloon was placed on the target, which was quickly burst by Branden's next shot, delighting the boys as they walked to class following the Assembly.
Click here to read an interview with Branden and the NSW Institute of Sport, where Branden outlines his Paris 2024 ambition.
Well done Branden!
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