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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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Adapting Your Approach

Whether you’re shooting with a disability or coaching someone with one, there are several important things to be aware of says Danielle Brown Governments and sporting bodies have tried to categorise disability the world over, but due to the complex nature

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Para Potential Programme

Archery GB has announced it is taking part in the ‘Discover Your Gold’ initiative, which has been launched by UK Sport and the English Institute of Sport. It’s a multi-sport talent identification programme designed to identity sporting potential in 15-24

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GB number 1 out of Para-contention

Danielle Brown, the UK’s top-ranked para-archer, has been ruled out of being able to compete at future para-archery events due to a change in the disability classifications. The double Paralympic Games gold medallist and three-time Para-World Championships winner has become

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UK to host 2016 European Outdoor Championships

Archery GB, the governing body for archery in Great Britain, has won the bid to host the European Outdoor Championships in 2016. Nottingham City Council and Nottingham University partnered UK Sport and Archery GB in putting forward the bid, and

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Third time lucky

From a bronze in Beijing to a silver in London, Mel Clarke reflects on her journey and tells Steve Gibbs where she’s heading next

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