Copenhagen 2015 set to become largest World Archery Championships ever as recurve men’s discipline breaks 200-entry mark for first time.
World Archery’s athletes committee represents the voice of archers in the organisation’s governance structure.
The reigning Olympic Champion shot 686 points during qualification at the Universiade in Gwangju.
The monthly newsletter issued by World Archery has been released.
Fresh off winning a world cadet silver medal, Jan VAN TONGEREN has been named to the Netherlands’ senior squad for Copenhagen 2015.
In front of the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee, President Thomas BACH put his hand to the sport of archery.
Competitors at the World Archery Youth Championships in Yankton, South Dakota took part in a survey that included questions ranging from bow weight to practice habits.
Veteran Natalia VALEEVA climbed both team and mixed team podiums as Spain and Germany took individual titles at the first European Games.
Four-nil down to host-nation athlete Mackenzie BROWN, PENG’s chance of junior women’s gold looked all but lost.
The young man that beat Olympic Champion OH Jin Hyek with nine perfect arrows indoors made a impressive introduction to outdoor competition at the youth worlds.