Celebrating 1969 World Archery Champion Hardy Ward

Celebrating 1969 World Archery Champion Hardy Ward

The USA’s Hardy Ward, winner of the 1969 World Archery Championships in Valley Forge, died in Hong Kong in May at the age of 69. Ward was born in Texas in 1949 and represented the USA at the 1967 worlds before, two years later, shooting the world’s first 1220+ 1440...
Berlin 2018: Schedule, storylines and factsheet

Berlin 2018: Schedule, storylines and factsheet

It’s make-or-break time for those archers on the Hyundai Archery World Cup circuit in 2018 who still hope to make the season Final in Samsun. Berlin is the last chance to qualify. Win and you’re in; nobody competing at stage four is eliminated just yet. Those who are...
Libyan coach Ali Arebi passes during training camp

Libyan coach Ali Arebi passes during training camp

Libyan archery coach Ali Arebi has died of a heart attack in Algeria. He was 60 years old. Arebi, a former Libyan international archer who competed until 2013, coached Ali El Ghrari at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games and then at the Olympic Games in Rio de...
Indoor Archery World Series calendar for 2018 announced

Indoor Archery World Series calendar for 2018 announced

World Archery has announced the six events that are confirmed on the calendar of the 2018 Indoor Archery World Series, a refreshed international circuit running from November to February, featuring events in Luxembourg, Macau, Rome, Seoul, Nimes and Las Vegas. The...
University archery is king in Chinese Taipei

University archery is king in Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei has long been a strong nation in international archery. The team had a surge in results in the 1990s and both the Taipei men and women climbed the podium at the Olympic Games in Athens in 2004, beginning an era of consistent high performances. Nowadays,...