Agree that Stui is a Pacific Games medal winning archer, but that was 12 years ago. C’mon!
He’s pushing 90 now, so the aging process is sprinting all over the body.
The muscles have long shriveled and weakened and the reflexes are gone – absolutely.
Stui can boast of his elephant heart but there’s no way the speed of his reflexes will catch that lumbering elephant he took his heart from in a race.
As President of the Archers Association, Muaausa Walters, should be held liable if his ‘ancient’ star archer injures himself.
The risk is huge that Stui could shoot himself in the foot if the extended arm is too weak to hold the aim.
The aim could accidently dip to the ground and the arrow released on unstable reflexes while it’s pointed downwards to the feet.
It should be a must for the Red Cross first aid volunteers to be close by when Stui steps up to take aim at the target. An ambulance too.
“…..you’re just jealous of Stui’s skills, dear