competitive archery

The best UK tournaments this summer

There are hundreds of tournaments held every weekend throughout the UK; For those of you who are serious about competing Duncan Busby says these are sure to be top of your list…

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Q&A: How to settle into a competition setting

Alistair Whittingham shares his top tips for combating competition nerves and settling into the game quicker

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How to get outdoor ready

With the indoor season drawing to a close, Patrick Huston shares his guide to preparing for outdoors, so you can hit the ground running

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Mindfulness over matter

John Stanley explores the concept of mindfulness, and finds that it’s linked to archery in more ways than just as a tool for improvement

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How to prepare your gear for outdoor season

Patrick Huston shares his tips to fine-tune your equipment for outdoor rounds before competing at the long distances

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Encouraging participation in visually impaired archery

Sue Habgood has taken the quest for greater participation in VI archery to the continent

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Contact Check: Tuning your setup

Breaking blades, torn fletchings, or poor arrow flight can all be symptoms of vane contact with your rest. Duncan Busby explains how to find it, and how to fix it

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Why you should take your archery indoors

If this is your first indoor season, Andrew Smith has listed the 10 things to be aware of that will help you hit the ground running

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Why it pays to have allies as an archer

Everyone needs a bit of help now and again – and having the right people and relationships in place can be a huge asset to your archery, as Danielle Brown explains

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Treating Burnout: Recognition and Recovery

Tired, snappy, or lacking enthusiasm? It could be burnout – Crystal Gauvin explains what to look for and how to treat it

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