The World Cup Finals, held in Mexico City on the weekend of 24-25 October, was the largest crowd at an archery event since the London 2012 Olympics, according to World Archery’s president. The 4,500-capacity stands were packed out as the World Cup returned on its 10th anniversary to the city that held the first ever Finals, and millions more people followed the event online and watched the broadcast footage.
World Archery also launched a new mobile app in time for the Finals, World Archery Live, which offered expanded results, statistics and biographies, and integration with Archery TV, the organisation’s YouTube channel. Archery was praised following the 2012 Olympics for its viewer satisfaction rating, which was one of the highest of any sport at the Games.
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