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Archery clothing – looking back at London 2012

Specialist archery clothing? Bow looks at an almost brilliant idea from London 2012 It’s a curious fact that while archery bows and bow accessories have continually improved in myriad ways for decades – even if a lot of improvements in

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Compound in the Olympics: will it ever happen?

Will we see compound archery in the Olympics, and if so when? It is a common question in archery circles, and is entirely understandable from the perspective of compound shooters that see almost all modern competitions allowing multiple bowstyles. Yet

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Exclusive interview with Aida Roman, only in this month’s Bow International

The new issue of Bow International is out today, take a sneak peak at what it has to offer, including an exclusive interview with Aida Roman

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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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Archery growth quantified

Caddis Interactive analysed keyword and content searches for ‘archery’

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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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Shooting for Gold launched

rchery GB has launched Shooting for Gold, a new archery programme

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Peart appointed

Michael Peart has been named as Archery GB’s new Paralympic Head Coach.

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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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Olympics and archery 2012: Facts and Figures

60,410 tickets were sold for archery during the Olympics, a new record. 76% of those were sold to the UK market. The Games were made available to a record potential global audience of 4.8 billion people. London 2012 saw record

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