South Korea’s world record holder Kang Chae Young cantered to women’s recurve gold at the World Archery Indoor Archery World Series event in Nîmes today.
World record holder Kang Chae Young breezed through to the women’s recurve final at the World Archery Indoor Archery World Series event in Nîmes in France.
An archery test event is set to be held in Minsk this May as part of preparations for the 2019 European Games.
World record holder Kang Chae Young held off a strong challenge from three fellow South Koreans to take first place in the women’s recurve qualification standings at the Indoor Archery World Series event in Nîmes in France.
Nîmes in France is scheduled to host the fifth leg of the 2018-2019 Indoor Archery World Series this weekend.
Guiseppe Cinnirella, who served as World Archery's secretary general from 1981 to 2005 and was better known as Beppe, has passed away after a long battle with cancer.
World Archery have confirmed they are bidding to get the sport included on the programme for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Canada’s Crispin Duenas has won men’s recurve gold at World Archery’s Indoor Archery World Series event in Rome having topped qualification yesterday.
Canada's Crispin Duenas and United States' Brady Ellison were among the top qualifiers in the men's recurve event at the Indoor Archery World Series event in Rome.
Rankings leader Schloesser tops men's compound qualification after day one of Indoor Archery World Series in Rome
Men's compound rankings leader Mike Schloesser topped the qualification round held on day one of the third leg of the Indoor Archery World Series season in Rome.
Oh Jin-hyek and Jeon Hunyoung of South Korea won the men's and women's recurve events at the World Archery Indoor World Series event in Macau.
Action began at the World Archery Indoor World Series event in Macau today, with the top seeds in all four divisions winning their first round matches.
The second event on World Archery’s new Indoor World Series is set to begin in Macau in China tomorrow featuring men’s and women’s recurve and compound action, though many of the successful competitors from last time out have chosen not to take part.
Fourteeen-year-old Casey Kaulfold of the United States, the next big thing in World Archery, won gold in the women’s recurve event today at the GT Open at Strassen in Luxembourg,.
Teenage archery sensation Casey Kaulfold from the United States has advanced into the second round of the World Archery Indoor Series event in Strassen today as the top seeds in all four divisions made it through.