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…
Athletes, officials and other participants at Nimes 2014 are invited to give feedback on the event, to help us keep improving.
It wasn’t the highest scoring contest and maybe didn’t feature the biggest personalities. But the compound men’s gold medal final had palpable tension.
When Australia Ryan TYACK sent down a last 10, Oceania picked up a gold. That made five out of five continents on the podium in Nimes.
Since picking up Olympic silver at London 2012, Aida ROMAN hasn’t been a podium regular – but in Nimes, she was back.
Two-time mixed team world champion Sergio PAGNI won his first individual world crown at Nimes.
For junior archers, balancing a life of shooting and studying is a challenge. Not German WECKMUELLER, though: his school is built for international athletes.
She wasn’t favourite, she wasn’t expecting it and she certainly wasn’t going to have an easy ride… but DODEMONT won France a world championships gold medal.