Archery Prodigy Mike Schloesser Sets New Record for World Number One Ranking with 1758 Days in the Top Spot

Schloesser Breaks Record for Consecutive Days as World #1 with 1038 Days

Archery has seen a new record set by Mister Perfect Mike Schloesser, who has been ranked number one in the world for 1038 consecutive days. This surpasses Sara Lopez’s previous record since 2006. Schloesser expressed his gratitude for being able to pursue his passion for archery for such a long time and attributes his success to focusing on one arrow at a time.

Mike Schloesser first achieved this remarkable feat in late 2023 and has now accumulated a total of 1758 days in the number one spot. His career began in 2015 when he won the World Archery Championships at just 19 years old. He most recently reclaimed the top ranking in mid-2021 and has continued to impress with podium finishes at the World Championships and victories at the Hyundai Archery World Cup Final.

Throughout his career, Schloesser has set the standard for excellence in compound men’s archery. His ability to consistently perform at such a high level in a sport of fine margins and fierce competition is truly remarkable, and a testament to his skill and determination. His goal is to continue adding more days to his reign as the world’s number one archer.

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