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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The ultimate field archery target guide

Uphill, downhill, shallow, steep – Patrick Huston plays all the angles in his quest for field archery perfection

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Three ways to judge distances on unmarked field rounds

These three methods are all well-known approaches – and most good field archers will at least one or a combination of these three to set yardage

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Why field archery shouldn’t be overlooked

Shooting field teaches you skills that make you a better overall archer, says Chris Wells

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How to start your own field archery club

Alex Tyler presents a step-by-step guide, from location to security to finance

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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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Sylvia Harris

Part of the series catching up with former elite archers. Sylvia Harris shot for Great Britain at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, on the team with Alison Williamson and Joanne Edens. We spoke to her at the Lausanne World Masters. I

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Interview with John Demmer III

Top USA barebow archer John Demmer III talks to Danielle Gerken about his hopes going into the 2018 World Field Championships – and his vision for the future of the sport.  Like many US archers, John Demmer grew up around hunting.

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Archery tech explained: How a hinge release works

The last decade of competitive compound archery has undoubtedly seen a significant trend away from the thumb-trigger release to the hinge or back tension model

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Why Every Club Needs An A-Team

Chris Wells thinks your archery club needs a Premier League. Here’s why.

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