Archer Alan Wills’ Olympic campaign is over after he lost to Australian Taylor Worth on a single arrow shoot-out.
30-year-old Wills, who was born in Peterlee but is now based in Cumbria, twice came from behind to level the score at 5-5 with Worth at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
He lost a one-arrow shootout when he hit a tight nine to his opponent’s 10.
Wills had earlier been part of the Team GB side that lost to Ukraine.
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