It has been 30 years since the New Zealand para-archer made the crossover to the Olympic Games. Neroli FAIRHALL set the tone for para-athletes wanting to compete alongside able-bodied athletes.
From 7 to 11 May 2014, Stoke Mandeville hosted the Inter Spinal Games in Great Britain, an annual multi-sport event for those who’ve suffered recent spinal injuries.
Learn what World Archery’s para committee discussed at its latest meeting – and which members have been assigned development responsibilities.
On 8 April 2014, the Stoke Mandeville Stadium will welcome over 80 patients from the 13 spinal units across the UK and Ireland for the Inter Spinal Unit Games.
Members of each of World Archery’s committees conducted their annual meeting as a group in Lausanne over the past two weeks.
Britain's compound para athletes John STUBBS and Melanie CLARKE topped qualifications in their first world ranking event of the year, and won the team event together.
As there will be no international classification hub in 2015, Jerusalem in December will be the last classification opportunity.
From 1 April 2014 the new rules on classification will apply to all para archery events under the sanction of World Archery. All archers must have the new classification to participate in these events.