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Treating tendon problems

Vanessa Lee says that tendinopathy is like shooting in the wind: it can be annoying but manageable.  Injuries in competitive archery are common. At the 2017 Hyundai Archery World Championships in Mexico City, Oh Jin Hyek told me that he

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Finals draw the crowds

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

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Three guaranteed for Mexico finals

Three archers are locked in for a place at the World Cup Finals, which will be held in Mexico City on 24-25 October. Mike Schloesser, who won silver medals at stage one and two, and achieved a further last-eight finish

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Winning Bid

Mexico City has been announced as the venue for the 2015 World Cup Final and the 2017 World Championships. The city promoted its candidacy by creating the Mexican Challenge in 2013, an event where eight of Mexico’s best archers shot

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