Former African archery champion Shehzana Anwar has set her sights at another continental title, the Africa Games to be held in Morocco, being her focus this time. Shehzana, who won gold at the Africa Archery Championships in Windhoek, Namibia in 2016, dreams of hitting the bull\u2019s eye with her first shot in a competition set to run from August 19-31 in the four Moroccan cities of Rabat, Casablanca, El Jadida and Khemisset. Kenya has for long relied on athletics for medals at the continental event but with archery among the 22 disciplines the country will send to Morocco. The 30-year-old is confident of changing that. \u201cI am definitely more mature than I was three years ago when I took part in the Rio Olympics,\u201d said Shehzana, who was Kenya\u2019s flag bearer at the 2016 Rio Games\u2019 opening ceremony. \u201cWhile the target is the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, we are not going to Morocco to make the numbers but help the country and win medals too,\u201d added Shehzana, who is among the 290 Kenyan contingent to the event, previously known as the All Africa Games. Shehzana, who lost to Ki Bo-bae of South Korea during the first round of the women\u2019s individual competition in Rio, is also aiming to improve her world ranking which stood at 195 after the 2016 Olympics. \u201cI was among the best 200 individuals in the event after the Rio Olympics and my target is to get to the top 150 and maybe better,\u201d she added. She hopes to give back to society by mentoring as many young archers as possible. \u201cWhat many upcoming athletes do not know is if one becomes shaky, shooting will definitely be affected. Therefore, it is important to have a strong stamina,\u201d she said.