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Roman beats Bayardo to Marrakesh title in tiebreaker

Aida Roman survived a late comeback from one of her Olympic teammates in Rio, Gabriela Bayardo, to win the recurve women’s gold medal match in Marrakesh in a single-arrow shoot-off, at an event that saw Sarah Prieels, Matteo...

Australia’s Taylor Worth: I’d never even seen snow

Twelve Australian athletes made the 9,000 mile trip to Yankton, but just one has made an individual final: two-time Olympian Taylor Worth. None of the Australian athletes has a coach out here – but the team has coped. “It’s great to...

Paralympian Jane Karla makes able-bodied worlds debut

In 2017, and for the second year in a row, Paralympian Jane Karla Gogel made Brazil’s able-bodied team, too. The wheelchair compound archer, who counts winning the Para Pan American Games among her major achievements since switching sports –...

World Archery and Erreà Sport sign 3-year clothing deal

World Archery and Erreà Sport have partnered on an exclusive three-year deal that sees the Italian clothing manufacturer become the official supplier of uniforms for technical officials and World Archery staff and a main sponsor of Hyundai Archery...

Volunteer award winner Teddy Bettex passes away

Teddy Bettex, who was named World Archery’s Volunteer of the Year in 2015, died on Friday 9 November after a courageous fight against cancer. Teddy was the organiser of the World Archery Championships in Lausanne in 1989. He held many...

Juniors win 1st medals of Yankton world indoors

The USA recurve junior men’s team, Ukraine’s recurve junior women’s team, Canada’s compound junior men’s team and Italy’s compound junior women’s team secured bronzes, and the first medals awarded at the World Archery Indoor Championships on Saturday morning in...

Prof Dr Ugur Erdener elected ASOIF Vice President

World Archery President Prof Dr Ugur Erdener was elected Vice President of ASOIF by its Council following the resignation of CK Wu. Prof Dr Erdener will serve in the position until the next ASOIF General Assembly in April...

Longova appointed Young Change-Maker for 2018 Youth Olympic Games

Rio 2016 Olympian Alexandra Longova has been selected to represent the Slovak Olympic Committee as a Young Change-Maker (formerly Young Ambassadors) at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina in October 2018. The 23-year-old recurve archer competed at her first Olympic Games...

10 things you don’t see on the live feed

The international archery season has come to a close… well, outdoor season, at least. Many have you will have followed results, pictures, news items and footage on television or live streams – but there’s plenty more that goes...

Italy, Iran win Yankton recurve junior team titles

The recurve junior women’s team from Italy and the recurve junior men’s team from Iran secured 2018 World Archery Indoor Championship titles at the NFAA Easton Archery Centre in Yankton, USA on recurve Sunday. Defending Champion Italy, represented by Tatiana Andreoli,...

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