The dates and venues are confirmed for the 2015 Archery World Cup and 2014/15 Indoor Archery World Cup stage events.
One man, one continent made history as first timers this indoor season just gone. It was the Dutch compounder that gave us our favourite moment…
Forget statistics, head-to-head archery is one athlete’s will against another… and this past indoor season was one of statement matches. Here are our favourites:
Five numbers to remember from the 2013/14 indoor season: 598, 595, 592, 573 and 240. Why? Read on and find out…
Recap this year’s Indoor World Cup circuit for
free! Highlights programme now available to stream on World Archery’s YouTube
World champion last year at 19, Mike SCHLOESSER added three more firsts in Vegas: first perfect 900, first Vegas Shoot title and – most significantly – the first European to ever win the compound men’s crown.
This evening, archers who have stayed perfect at the biggest tournament in indoor archery compete for the biggest prize in indoor archery: watch the shoot-offs from Vegas as they happen.
Ranked number one in the world, and unbeaten on this season’s indoor archery circuit, Erika JONES reclaimed the World Cup Final title in Vegas.
The Vegas Shoot has gone from must-shoot tournament to record-setting event. With close to 2,200 archers shooting their first competition arrows today, this pressure cooker tournament has quickly become one of the most hotly contested indoor events of the year. Archers fight to stay as close to a perfect 300 as possible.
Four cities – Marrakesh, Singapore, Telford, Las Vegas – one final! Find out who takes home the Indoor Archery World Cup titles live on World Archery TV today.