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Ahead of the Game

As Richard Head Longbows celebrated 21 years as a full-time bow making company, Bow International caught up with founder Richard Head   Richard Head has been making bows professionally for 21 years, though his involvement in archery goes back way beyond that.

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World Archery releases 2015 competition dates

World Archery has released the provisional competition dates for the 2014 indoor season, as well as some for the 2015 outdoor calendar. The 2014-2015 Indoor world cup schedule currently looks like this: Stage 1: Marrakesh, Morocco, 8-9 November 2014 Stage

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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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70m – and new 50m – Leagues open!

The Bow International 70m League officially opened for 2014 on 1 January, and the first few scores have already been posted by some hardy individuals braving the weather. Completely free to use, it’s entirely internet-based, so you can connect with

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European Archery Festival

With two stages of the Indoor World Cup down and two left to go, it was all to play for going into the competition at Telford. Jean-Charles Valladont extended his lead at the top of the men’s recurve rankings by

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Cream of the competition crop

With the tournament calendar burgeoning, Chris Wells gives you some tips on attracting the crowds

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Checks and balances

Alistair Whittingham looks at balancing positivity and negativity, and how the pressure of competition can sometimes leave an archer in the red

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Posted in Features, Psychology
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