The 28-year Canadian who competed at Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympic Games recently announced her retirement from international archery competition.
The monthly newsletter issued by World Archery has been released.
The new Judges Newsletter issued by World Archery has now been released
Experienced archers Bérengère SCHUH and Jean-Charles VALLADONT will lead the French recurve team at the Olympic quota tournament in Copenhagen, Denmark from 26 July to 2 August.
Olympic Maria Victoria ECHAVARRIA recently graduated from the USA Olympic Committee’s international coach development programme – ICECP. She visited World Archery’s headquarters in Lausanne for advice on improving the national coaching structure in her home country of Colombia.
Always looking to maintain and increase the number of judges to serve at international events, World Archery organises a seminar for continental judges.
The monthly newsletter issued by World Archery has been released
World Archery Development and Education Director Pascal COLMAIRE met key representatives from the Indian sports ministry to encourage cohesion in strategy and continued investment in archery in the country.
A new, state-of-the-art facility has been opened in Chinese Taipei. The field, which is now the biggest dedicated to archery in the region, was funded in full by private sponsors.
In partnership with Global Sports Development, World Archery’s youth development programme in the Americas has seen a jump in Venezuela’s competitive level.