Olympic Solidarity scholarships are delivered two years prior Olympic Games in order to help archers in their preparation and training.
Dream Braga has been shooting fish with a bow and arrow for most of his life. In the Amazonian village where he grew up, that was what kids did for food and fun.
He has already been dubbed "Archery’s Neymar" and now 17-year-old Marcus Vinicius D'Almeida is being tipped to be one of Brazil's top medal prospects at next year's Rio Olympics.
Dutch archer Rick VAN DER VEN came so close to climbing the podium at his first Olympic Games. In 2015, he’s preparing for a second attempt at the Games.
The Armless Archer hopes success at Toronto 2015 and the World Archery Para Championships will secure his place at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games
Alex WIFLER was 11 when he took part in his first ever archery competition – in Las Vegas. A decade later, back in Vegas in 2015, WIFLER became Vegas Champion
Member associations can now submit candidates for Athletes Committee Member positions to be elected at World Archery Congress
World Archery Executive Board confirms Board of Justice decision; Austrian archer banned for two years
Two big golds – indoors at Nimes 2014 and the Archery World Cup Final Champion title – secured Mexico’s Aida ROMAN the top spot in World Archery’s Athlete of the Year: Recurve Women’s vote
World number one compound man PJ DELOCHE has proven his longevity on the international circuit: winning two silvers and a gold over the 2014 Archery World Cup season