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Club archery has a problem. By Chris Wells Shooting a bow effectively requires the knowledge of the movements required and the muscle memory and physical fitness to deliver those movements identically each time. It’s easy to learn bad habits and

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Archery Holidays

With the winter clouds rolling in, beat the blues with these holiday ideas for 2019 catered for the archer who can’t bear to leave their bow behind. Heather Flint has it covered. Chianti 3D Chianti 3D Archery is part of

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Great Britain – Korea archery partnership blossoms

Archery students from the elite Korean National Sports University visited the ArcheryGB base of Lilleshall this week, as the recurve squad trained with them in a joint week long camp, in preparation for elite competition next year with the World

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The New TV: Archery on YouTube

  Andrea Vasquez investigates why archers are creating content on YouTube. When YouTube arrived on the internet in 2005 it changed how video – and TV – would be consumed for either. The most-widely used online video platform, it currently

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Bow International Reader Survey 2018!

Hello! Fancy making Bow a little better? Would be grateful if you’d spend just a few minutes telling us exactly how. Thanks. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/bowinternational18surveywebsite

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GBR take two Invictus Games archery medals as competition wraps in Sydney.

Jennifer Collins took home individual gold and team bronze from the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, part of a nine-strong GBR team. The 37-year-old former RAF logistics officer topped the recurve open qualification to earn a bye into the semis.

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Tough At The Top: Interview with Chang Hyejin

Once described as “five foot one of indomitable will”, this interview with the Olympic Champion, Chang Hyejin took place earlier this year shortly before this year’s Asian Games. By Vanessa Lee. Chang Hyejin didn’t appear to be the most intimidating

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Hunger Games-inspired archer places 7th at Youth Olympic Games

Rebecca Jones of New Zealand, topped becoming the first NZ archer to be selected for the Youth Olympic Games by finishing 7th in the competition. Despite seeding 31st of 32 archers, she fought her way to the quarterfinals, after dramatically

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Vegas champion stripped of crown after positive doping test

The winner of the 2018 Vegas shoot shootdown, Bob Eyler, tested positive for cannabis and beta blockers at the event and after a lengthy investigation and arbitration procedure, has been banned from the sport for two years by the US

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Rise Of The Youth: GBR’s new generation

Great Britain’s youth team are conquering the world. By Izzy Carpenter. In the years since London 2012, there has been a sea change in British international archery. Many of the senior internationals that appeared for GBR at the London Games

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