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Vicky Jenkins

Vicky made her international debut in 2014 at the European Para Archery Championships in Notwill, Switzerland, where she made a strong start to her career, shooting a new world record and securing an individual silver medal.

In 2015 Vicky won an individual bronze and a team silver at the Para Archery World Ranking Tournament in Almere, Holland and an individual bronze at the Para Archery World Ranking Tournament in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic.

Vicky’s medal success continued in 2016 at the European Para Archery Championships in Saint Jean De Monts, France, where she secured an individual bronze medal.

On her Paralympic debut at Rio 2016 Vicky secured bronze in the women's individual compound (W1), seizing victory from Korean Kim Ok-Geum on the final arrow, winning 125-124. Her achievement also completed a historic 1-2-3 on the podium for ParalympicsGB, as team-mates Jessica Stretton won gold and Jo Frith took silver. 

In addition to archery, Vicky is a member of Bromyard Bowmen and had a career as a helicopter instructor pilot prior to her illness.

Major results

2016 Rio Paralympic Games
Women's individual compound (W1)
2016, European Para-Archery Championship, Saint Jean De Monts, France
Women’s individual compound (W1)
2014 European Para-Archery Championship, Notwill, Switzerland
Women’s individual compound (W1)

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