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Bulgarian National team member Mariana Meteksinova shoots 236 289 225 179 255 246 (1430) scratch for 6 game qualifying.  Grip change, swing work and quiet eye!  The next day Mariana, as the # 1 seed, went on to win the entire tournaments shooting 182 in the quarters, 257 in the semis and 216 (back 6 strikes) to win the tournament!
 

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Written by Joe Slowinski   
Saturday, 12 June 2010

Image In the July 2010 Slowinski at-large, I discuss new research on the powerful impact of the quiet eye on elite performance as well as maximizing performance under stressful competition environments.  In conclusion, I recommend a targeting process utilizing the quiet eye process.

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