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Posted: Saturday, October 22, 2011 4:11 pm | Updated: 6:07 pm, Sat Oct 22, 2011.

(AP) — American archer Brady Ellison had a bad day at the Pan American Games, and it was still good enough for gold.

The world's top-ranked archer overcame a sub-par performance to defeat Crispin Duenas of Canada on Saturday, capping a nearly perfect year and showing he remains the world's most dominant shooter.

The 22-year-old Ellison says "I was just a little bit off, maybe a just a bit weak in my shot. It's archery, sometimes the body is just different. But I shot good on the arrows that I needed to shoot well to win the match."

It was just enough to beat Duenas 6-4 in a close final.

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