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Should archery be on TV?

Does archery need to be on television? Chris Wells sets out the facts.

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Archery for autism

Archery can change lives – as a group of young autistic Japanese archers discovered

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Q&A: What is weight matching?

Expert Adrian Tippins explains what weight matching is when it comes to building arrows

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Make 2018 your best year yet!

Patrick Huston reveals the resolutions you should be making in 2018 to make it your best archery year yet

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Q&A: Quick tips to mentally prepare before a shoot

Patrick Huston gives his quick fire advice on prepping your mind before a shoot

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Archery Psychology: When kindness is key

Erin Prior analyses the role self-compassion can play in managing your mindset in tricky situations

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Fletching by numbers

James Park looks back at the use of two and four fletchings on an arrow, and reveals why three became the standard used today

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How to set goals and have a productive 2018!

Lucy O’Sullivan starts her year with an analysis of the previous one in order to get the best from the coming season – here’s how she does it

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Q&A: What vanes do you need for fat arrows?

Patrick Huston helps shine some light on what sort of spine to go for when shooting fat arrows…

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How do you tie an adjustable nocking point?

Bart Czuwara talks you through how to tie an adjustable nocking point…

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