BRITAIN’S “most decorated archer” has hit the bullseye once again in Rhyl.

Paralympian John Stubbs, originally from Altrincham and now living in Dyserth, will head into an Olympic year with two new world records under his belt.

Mr Stubbs, who in 2006 earned an MBE for his service to the sport, is President of the Eccles Archery Club and broke the records in both the 25 meter and 18m shoots at a Gronant Bowmen competition at the Rhyl Leisure Center. Mr Stubbs earned gold in the inuagral individual category at the Beijing Games in 2008, and was also part of a silver winning mixed gender team in Rio in 2016.

Mr Stubbs, a wheelchair user who will represent Team GB at the Tokyo 2020 games, said: “The beautiful thing about our sport is that it’s not adapted to my disability, so we all shoot from a level playing field.

“Going in to such an important year, I feel mentally and physically ready for Tokyo now."