Phoebe in action at Tokyo 2020

Phoebe Paterson Pine

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    Compound Women Open

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Phoebe won gold on her Games debut at Tokyo 2020 with victory in the women’s Individual Compound - Open. She beat British teammate and reigning world record holder Jess Stretton in the Elimination round on her way to gold.

Phoebe, who has spina bifida, moved to Telford in 2019 from her family home in Cirencester, in the Cotswolds. She first tried archery on a family holiday enjoying it so much she joined her local club. Phoebe is a student at Worcester University, studying sports coaching science and Pedegogy.

In 2023 she became the European mixed team champion, as well as the doubles World Champion.

Major results

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

Women’s Individual Compound Open - Gold

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