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Most Number of Wins





5

Ray Cheys

2

Marcel Lesage

4

Ed Cheys

2

David Huyghe

4

John Mozol

2

Kevin Betzold

4

Robert Mozol

2

Andy Deserrano

4

Laurry Lesage

2

Richard Baeyens

3

Dave Cheys

2

Tim Wilkinson

3

Robert Seys

2

Dennis Swayze

Most Consecutive Number of Wins





4

Laurry Lesage

2013-2016


2

Dave Cheys

2009-2010


2

Andy Deserrano

1973-1974


2

Richard Baeyens

1958-1959






Record Holders

History of Winners

King Trophy
(Including amount of time it took to shoot the bird, where known)





1957

Robert Cheys - 3 hours

1988

Ed Cheys - 1 hour 54 minutes

1958

Richard Baeyens - 18 minutes

1989

Kevin Betzold - 5 minutes

1959

Richard Baeyens -  45 minutes

1990

Jim Davidson  - 23 minutes

1960

Jules VanOnacker - 30 minutes

1991

Ray Cheys - 2 hours 30 minutes

1961

Gus Turrenne - 1 hour

1992

Kerry Saltel - 26 minutes

1962

Julian Cheys - 5 minutes

1993

Ray Cheys  - 36 minutes

1963

John Mozol - 1 hour 30 minutes

1994

David Huyghe - 2 hours 38 minutes

1964

Ed Cheys - 58 minutes

1995

Brian Cheys - 1 hour 38 minutes

1965

John Mozol

1996

David Huyghe - 12 minutes

1966

Ed Cheys - 7 minutes

1997

Ray Cheys - 1 hour

1967

Robert Seys - 2 hours 45 minutes

1998

Garry Ross - 1 hour 10 minutes

1968

Robert Mozol - 25 minutes

1999

Paul Chitty - 56 minutes

1969

Robert Seys - 55 minutes

2000

Michael Bergmann - 3 hours 40 minutes

1970

George Seys - 10 minutes

2001

Marcel Lesage - 11 minutes

1971

Andre Huyghe

2002

Mark Richter - 2 hours 5 minutes

1972

Robert Mozol - 21 minutes

2003

Dennis Swayze - 27 minutes

1973

Andy Deserranno - 52 minutes

2004

Marcel Lesage - 40 minutes

1974

Andy Deserranno

2005

Dennis Swayze - 31 minutes

1975

Fred Huyghe

2006

Alex Hartwig - 35 minutes

1976

Al Lougheed

2007

Dave Cheys - 38 minutes

1977

Robert Mozol - 10 minutes

2008

Tim Wilkinson - 23 minutes

1978

John Mozol 3 hours - 30 minutes

2009

Dave Cheys - 1 hour 31 minutes

1979

Ed Wass - 1 hour 19 minutes

2010

Dave Cheys - 27 minutes

1980

Robert Mozol - 8 minutes

2011

Chad Swayze - 2 hours 42 minutes

1981

Reg Pinette - 27 minutes

2012

Tim Wilkinson - 10 minutes

1982

Ed Cheys - 40 minutes

2013

Laurry Lesage - 18 minutes

1983

Robert Seys - 22 minutes

2014

Laurry Lesage - 39 minutes

1984

Ray Cheys - 23 minutes

2015

Laurry Lesage - 7 minutes

1985

John Mozol - 1 hr 6 minutes

2016

Laurry Lesage - 2 hours, 11 minutes

1986

John Elliot - 12 minutes

2017

Ray Cheys - 1 hour, 4 minutes

1987

Kevin Betzold - 56 minutes



The record for the fastest time to shoot the King Bird was set by Julian Cheys in 1962 when he shot the bird off in 5 minutes.  


The longest time it took to shoot the King was in 2000, when it was eventually shot by Michael Bergmann after 3 hours and 40 minutes.


Please see our Trivia Page for more Record Making King Shots


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King Trophy


Members compete for this trophy only once a season at the very first shooting. From 1957 to 1965 this competition existed, however, the Trophy itself was not presented until 1966. The King Trophy is awarded is awarded to the club member who shoots off the first King Bird of the season.  In addition to receiving the Trophy, the winner automatically gets the honour of always shooting first throughout the entire season. This honour includes all regular shootings and inter-club competitions, but does not include prize shootings.


Donated in 1966 by Robin Hood Archery Club, the King Trophy has been in competition for 60 years.