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Roma Archery Trophy 2018

A wide open field in the Eternal City. They expected 500. They got just over 648. The inaugural Roma Archery Trophy was a success. A major indoor event in Rome had been on the cards for a while for Fitarco,

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Quick-Fire Q&A: Reo Wilde

Reo Wilde has medals galore from World Cups and World Championships – as well as world records – to his name. In our quick-fire interview, he explains how he got started and what he still wants to achieve When and how did

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Youth medals at Yankton

Stephan Hansen and Tanja Jensen took two compound junior medals home for Denmark form the World Youth Championships, held earlier this year in Yankton, USA. Viktor Orosz of Ukraine and Fatimah Almashhadani of Iraq took the compound cadet titles, with

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NASP to come to UK

The founder of Sussex-based archer business Adrian Caddy Archery, Adrain Caddy, will be bringing the NASP archery program to the UK NASP  – which stands for the NAtional Archery in Schools Program – was formed in Kentucky in the USA in

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ATA Highlights: Hoyt

Hoyt has unveiled the first string stops for a recurve bow. Seen for the first time at the Archery Trade Association Show in Nashville, Tennessee, the unique string stops have been years in the making, with Hoyt working alongside USA

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An incredible journey

Jake Kaminski, Olympic team silver medallist, earned the first podium for the USA during the 2012 Games before heading off to the World Field Championships. Here, he talks to Jean-Denis Gitton

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