Happy Gilmore, you have your archery equivalent.
British archer Larry Godfrey delighted the crowd Monday as he celebrated reaching the men's individual 70-meter quarterfinals at Lord's cricket ground.
Adorned in aviator shades and bleached highlights, Godfrey emulated batting a six -- the equivalent of a home run in baseball -- after advancing.
"I thought it would be a bit of fun," he explained.
The 198-year-old venue is considered "The Home of Cricket."
The Bristol-based archer is hoping that home soil will be the trick for his first medal in three Olympics.
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