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John Dudley (archer)

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John Dudley
Personal information
Turned pro1997

John Dudley is an American professional archer and archery expert from Mississippi.[1] He earn a bronze at the 2006 World Field Archery Championships held in Gothenburg, Sweden.[1]

Early Life[edit]

John Dudley started hunting at the age of 10 in his home state of Mississippi. He was raised to be a passionate deer and turkey hunter and later began harvesting larger game animals. To better himself as a hunter, John started shooting competitive target archery and then turned Pro in 1997.[2]

Professional Career[edit]

Since 1997, he has competed in hundreds of Professional events across the globe and serves on many Elite Professional Teams for industry leaders like Under Armour, Hoyt, and Easton.[2]

John has represented the US Archery team and won multiple medals representing Team USA. [2]

Professional Accomplishments:[1][edit]

  • APA Rookie of the Year
  • IBO National Champion
  • NABH National Champion
  • AZ International Gold Medallist
  • European Grand Prix Gold medallist
  • British National Indoor Champion
  • Australian Field Championship Gold Medallist
  • Arnold Classic Champion
  • US Open Silver Medallist
  • US Open Gold Medal Team
  • World Field Championship Sweden Bronze Medallist
  • World Field Championship Croatia Silver Medallist
  • US World Games Team Member
  • 45 Career Top 3 Professional finishes


John made his first TV presence on TNN in the late 1990s and has recently begun hosting a new archery lifestyle show called "Nock On".[3]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "John Dudley - Pro Picks". www.lancasterarchery.com. Retrieved 2018-03-12.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Onnit Labs - Total Human Optimization". www.onnit.com. Retrieved 2018-03-12.
  3. "Hoyt Pro Staff | John Dudley". Hoyt Archery. Retrieved 2018-03-12.

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