Jedd Greshock competes in the Pro Male Freestyle class.Â His competition bow is the Conquest Apex 7.Â Jedd got involved in archery because his father would take him to competitions to practice archery for the hunting season. Â Jedd’s favorite part of competition is that he gets to meet and compete with archers from a variety of different backgrounds.Â Locally, he assists local club members with advice and tuning.
Some of his accomplishments include:
- Vegas Shootoff 4 years in a row
- 2006 Arizona Cup Champion
- 2006 3rd Place NAA Indoor National Championship, Collegiate Division
- 2006 1st Place, Eastern Collegiate Championship
- 2006 Collegiate All East Team
- 2006 Collegiate, USA Archery All Academic Team
- 2006 Member Senior USAT
- 2005 2nd Place, Team Competition, Collegiate World Championship, Izmir, Turkey
- 2005 2nd Place U.S. Collegiate National Championship
- 2005 2nd Place NAA Indoor National Championship, Collegiate Division
- 2005 Ranked 4th in the Nation in the Senior Mens Compound Division by NAA
- 2005 Member Junior USAT
- 2005 Collegiate All American Team
- 2005 Collegiate, USA Archery All Academic Team
- 2005 Collegiate All East Team
- 2004 Member Junior USAT
- 2003 2nd Place Individual, Junior Indoor World Championship, Nimes, France
- 2003 1st Place Team, Junior Indoor World Championship, Nimes, France. Team World Records shot while winning the Championship, both single and doubles round world records.
- 2002 Indoor World Record, Cadet Male Compound, 594 FITA
- 2002 3rd Place Individual, Junior Outdoor World Championship, Nymburk, Czech Republic
- 2002 1st Place Team Competition, Junior Outdoor World Championship, Nymburk, Czech Republic. Team World Records shot while winning the Championship, both single and double round world records.
- 2002 1st Place, Cadet Male Compound, JOAD Indoor National Championship
- 2002 1st Place, Cadet Male Compound, NAA Indoor National Championship
- 2001 1st Place, Junior Male Compound Division, JOAD Outdoor National Championship
- 2001 2nd Place Junior Male Compound NAA Indoor National Championship
When Jedd is not competing, he enjoys skateboarding, snowboarding and running.Â The advice that Jedd gives to new archers is to trust your shot.