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Rule changes in effect

Changes to the Archery GB rules of shooting and administrative procedures came into effect on 1 October. The changes, decided at a meeting held in June, will affect equipment allowed at competitions, the time period for record status submission for

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National Series Final is a success

Over 8,000 people descended on Wollaton Hall for the last weekend of August as it played host to the Archery GB National Series Final. Now in its second year at the iconic venue, the final had been extended to two

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Success in Switzerland

Great Britain’s para-archery squad picked up nine medals at the para-archery European Championships in Switzerland. The haul meant the team ranked second overall in the medal table, and included all three individual medals in women’s W1 – where Jo Frith

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UK Masters

Lilleshall, UK

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Medals at Euros for GBR juniors

The Great Britain cadet and junior teams returned from the European Youth Outdoor Championships in Ljubljana, Slovenia, with one gold, one silver and two bronze medals won. Bradley Denney, Joe Ground and Jack Masefield took gold against Turkey in the recurve

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Talent Development Programme

Registration is now open for the Archery GB 2014-2015 Talent Development programme. Any archer under 20 on June 14 of this year is eligible to apply, regardless of experience, and application forms can be downloaded from the Archery GB website

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Archery GB AGM approaching

The Archery GB annual general meeting is coming up, and the proposed changed up for discussion and voting at the meeting have been released online. Members can view the proposals at www.archerygb.org/governance, where proposed changed to the board and articles

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Kenny Allen hit by para-archery reclassification

The latest reclassification of para-archery competitors has affected another British squad member. Kenny Allen, who has been part of the team for seven years, is the second Team GB archer to lose out under the new regulations after Danielle Brown’s

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Recruitment Drive

As part of the ‘Chasing the Dream’ campaign, Archery GB has launched a search for female recurve para-archers that have the potential to compete at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Applications to be assessed for potential close on 3 March 2014, and either

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Huston BOA Athlete of the Year

Patrick Huston, World Youth Championships winner in individual and mixed team recurve categories, was nominated as Archery GB’s British Olympic Association athlete of the year. Introduced in 2005, the award allows Olympic sports governing bodies to nominate athletes who they

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