Hudson eliminated at Paralympic archery competition

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London Paralympics 2012

Bob Hudson was knocked out of the archery competition Friday at the 2012 Paralympic Games.

Hudson lost 6-0 to Poland’s Marek Kantczak in the first elimination round at the Royal Artillery Barracks in London.

Kantczak won the sets 25-23, 28-26 and 28-27 to claim six set points and the 6-0 victory.

Hudson was born in Moose Jaw and lives in Leoville. His shooting on Thursday qualified him for the elimination round.

In cycling, Arnold Boldt finished 12th in the men’s individual C2 pursuit on the velodrome.

Boldt completed the three kilometres in four minutes 13.458 seconds.

China’s Guihua Liang beat Germany’s Tobias Graf in the final to earn gold.

Boldt will now turn to the road cycling part of the Games. He will compete in the men’s C2 time trial Wednesday and the men’s C1-3 road race Thursday. Both races will take place at Brands Hatch in Kent.

Organizations: Royal Artillery Barracks

Geographic location: Poland, Moose Jaw, Leoville China Germany Kent

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