Brady Ellison, Olympic archer

When it comes to the Olympics, people really don’t think about archery as an Olympic sport. I didn’t. I thought the recent Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, would beΒ all about track, swimming, tennis, basketball and other sports.

But there were otherΒ competitions, such as rugby, shooting (didn’t know that was an Olympic sport either), golf and others.

Brady Ellison, born Oct. 27, 1988, and raisedΒ in Glendale, Ariz., has been a successful archer in the Olympics. Ellison has won 12 gold medals, six silver medals and five bronze medals,Β for aΒ total ofΒ 23 medals.

For example, Ellison blew out the Netherlands team by 6-2, winning a bronze medal in the 2016 summer Olympics.

In the 2008 summer Olympics in Beijing, China, Ellison finished his ranking round with a total of 664 points, which gave him 15th seed when he faced John Burns in the first round. He won that match scoring 111-88.

In the 2012 summer Olympics, Brady competed for his country and won a silver medal with his teammates Jake Kaminski and Jacob Wukie.

Ellison has been training for years to make it in the Olympics. Trust me it isn’t easy to do that. It takes hard work and dedication to reach your goals in life. It’s clear that through his hard work, Brady has reached his.