Rogue Archery Coaches

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Jarryd Greitschus

Head Coach

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Delia Evans
Lead Instructor

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Sarah Fuller
Archery Coach

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Archery is much more than just shooting arrows. The challenges that each archer faces are a proxy for the challenges that each of us face in life. 

Archery is a vehicle for personal growth.

Jarryd Greitschus

JARRYD GREITSCHUS

Rogue Archery Founder | Director | Head Coach 

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Jarryd started Rogue Archery in 2013, as a way of promoting participation in the sport of archery, and providing a pathway for aspiring archers. Rogue Archery has now introduced over 3,000 new participants to the sport of archery, and developed several students to medal at state, national and international events. 

Jarryd's has a background as a competitive archer, and he has won various state / national titles, set several records and represented Australia at World Cup & World Championship events. This has given him the opportunity to shoot all around the world, gain exposure to different training & coaching practices and learn from some of the best in the world. 

He continues to compete, and has a strong focus on leading by example within the Rogue Archery Development Squad. 

Jarryd is also a consummate ambassador for the sport of archery. He regularly features as a guest / key note speaker for industries such as engineering, finance and public works as a role-model for managing a professional career with personal ambitions.

Key Accomplishments

Some of Jarryd's key achievements in the sport of archery:

  • Best national rank - Target #4 | Indoor #1 | Field #2

  • Set various state & national records

  • 2021 Archery Queensland Target Champion

  • 2021 State Championship wins - Field, Target & Indoor

  • Australian Representative - 2018 Indoor World Cup (Bangkok, Thailand)

  • 2016 IFAA World Championships - 3rd Place

  • Pacific Regional Champion – 2015 IFAA Pacific Championships

  • 2015 Australian Field Open – Team Gold

  • 2015 Australian Field Open – #1 seed

  • 2015 Australian Open – Team Bronze

  • National Champion – 2014 IFAA Championships

  • National Champion – 2014 ABA Championships

  • National Champion – 2014 3D Championships

  • Australian Representative – 2013 Archery World Cup (Wroclaw, Poland) 

  • Australian Representative – 2012 World Field Archery Championships (Val D’Isère, France)

  • Winner – 2008 World Indoor Archery Challenge

  • National Champion - 2008 Indoor Archery Championships

  • National Champion – 2007 Target Championships

  • World Champion – 2006 World IFAA Championships

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Other areas of expertise / interest

  • Leadership

  • Organisational & team psychology

  • Engineering & project management

  • Real-estate cycles & land economics

  • Philosophy

  • Physiology

  • Psychology

DELIA EVANS

Lead Instructor

Delia Evans Archery Coach

Delia is a talented archer who competes at a state, national and international level in the Olympic style of Recurve Archery. She has successfully gained medal placings each year she has competed within the sport across both state and national competitions. Delia made her international debut in 2018 representing Australia at the Asia Cup in Manila, Philippines. 


As an archery instructor, Delia has been working with Rogue Archery since 2016, and has been running courses for Moreton Bay Girls and Boys College, Alexander Hills SHS, Brisbane Adventist College, as well as individuals of all ages through Rogue Archery’s Beginner Archery League.


Delia is also pursuing her career as an environmental scientist, working with key industry and state bodies to preserve and revegetate native bushland throughout South East Queensland. 

Key Accomplishments

Some of Delia's key achievements in the sport of archery:

  • Australian Representative 2018 Asia Cup - Phillipines

  • 2018 Australian Open - Team bronze

  • 2017 Australian Open - Team silver

  • 2017 State Target Champion

  • 2016 Archery Queensland Overall Champion

  • 2014 National Indoor Champion

  • 2014 State Target, Field & Indoor Champion

  • 2013 State Indoor Championships - 2nd Place

  • 2013 State Target Champion

  • 2012 National Indoor Championships - 3rd Place

  • 2012 State Indoor Champion

  • Holder of various national records

  • Best national ranking - #4

Delia Evans Archery

Sarah Fuller
Archery Coach

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Sarah is a competitive archer who has medalled at state, national and international events.

 

Originally from New Zealand, Sarah has been shooting for 18 years, and made her international debut at the 2008 Shanghai World Cup, where she shot a PB. She moved to Australia in 2018 and has been training with Rogue Archery since!

For Sarah, archery has been a vehicle for her to travel the world, meet new people and make lifelong friends, and she is passionate about sharing that with others. 

She has a kinesthetic teaching style, and enjoys showing archers how to maintain their equipment, make strings, fletch arrows etc.

As well as her work with Rogue Archery, Sarah works with Archery Australia as a coach for the Para Squad, as well as volunteering at the local club beginner courses.

Key Accomplishments

Some of Sarah's key achievements in the sport of archery:

  • Best NZ national ranking #1

  • Best Australian national ranking #3

  • 2015 World Cup stage 1 Shanghai

  •  2016 World Cup stage 1 Shanghai, World Cup stage 3 Poland, World Championships 2016 Copenhagen, Oceania 2016 Tonga

  • 2018 World Cup stage 1 Shanghai, Oceania 2018 New Calendonia

  • 2019 World Cup stage 3 Antalya, stage 4 Berlin, World Championships Netherlands, Pacific Games Samoa

  • NZ National Outdoor Champion 2015, 2016, 2017

  • Oceania Championships 2016 3rd 

  • Oceania Championships 2018 2nd 

  • NZ National Indoors 2015, 2016, 2017 medalist

  • Vegas Indoor 2016 2nd  2017 1st 

  • Australian Open 2017 2nd 

  • Australian Open 2019 2nd 

  • Pacific Games 2019 2nd 

  • World Champs 2019 top 8 team

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