Brady is a 31-year-old, full-time archer competing internationally and in the USA. Brady is one of the world’s most successful and accomplished archers, finishing 2019 ranked No.1 in the world.
He is a 3-time Olympian, who competed in the 2008 Beijing, 2012 London and 2016 Rio Olympic games. Brady won two team silvers (London, Rio) and an individual bronze (Rio).
Brady travels extensively over 200 days each year, competing in world caliber events both internationally and in the USA. He started his career as a compound archer, winning several Junior World titles, before switching to Recurve with the goal of making it to the Olympics.
Brady overcame complications from Perthes Disease, which he had as a child, putting off hip surgery for nine months so that he could compete in the Beijing Olympics. Brady has always been a fan favorite, and is always willing to spend time interacting with fans and spectators.
He is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys just about anything outdoors. He married fellow world-class compound archer Toja (Cerné) Ellison in April 2016. Brady splits his time between the couple’s home in Arizona and California when he is not traveling.