Ulster teen on target to mark Rio Olympics with team GB
A Belfast teenager has next year's Olympics in Rio firmly in his sights after shooting his way to Archery glory.
Patrick Huston this week returned to a hero's welcome in Belfast after securing two gold medals at the World Archery Youth Championship in China.
The 17-year-old has been marked as one of Ulster's brightest prospects for the 2016 Olympics and the future.
Huston won individual gold - beating Kazakhstan's Sanzhar Mussayerby in the final - and also took top spot in mixed doubles in which he was partnered by England's Becky Martin.
The gold-medalist medalist became involved in archery as an eight-year-old at Campbell College under the guidance of Audrey Needham, a former Commonwealth longbow champion, who now helps coach other pupils.
Also arriving from the tournament draped in glory was Huston's fellow team GB colleagues Rebecca Lennon (15), from Banbridge , who won bronze, and Larne archer Jordan Mitchell (19), who was unlucky to miss out on a medal in a play-off.