Schloesser sets new record for consecutive days at world #1 with 1038 days running

Breaking Records: German Archer Mister Perfect Mike Schloesser’s 1758 Day Streak at the Top of Sanlida World Archery Rankings

In late 2023, Mister Perfect Mike Schloesser surpassed Sara Lopez’s record for non-consecutive time spent at the top of the Sanlida World Archery Rankings, totaling 1758 days in the number one spot. Schloesser, a 30-year-old archer from Germany, first claimed the top spot in 2015, shortly after winning the World Archery Championships at only 19 years old. His most recent stretch at the top began in mid-2021 and has seen him achieve success at various global events, including podium finishes at the World Championships and victories at the Hyundai Archery World Cup Final multiple times.

Throughout his career, Schloesser has set the standard in the compound men’s archery discipline for over a decade. His ability to maintain his performance at the top level in a sport known for slim margins and fierce competition is truly remarkable, showcasing his skill, dedication, and consistency. Schloesser expressed his gratitude for being able to engage in his sport for such a long time, emphasizing that time flies when you’re having fun. He attributed his success to shooting one arrow at a time, multiple times a day, which has accumulated to this significant milestone.

Schloesser expressed his pride in this achievement and hopes to continue adding more days to his reign at the top. As he approaches the end of his career, he continues to inspire young archers around the world with his impressive feat and unwavering commitment to his sport.

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