Archery

The International Olympic Committee will meet today to discuss ways of pushing ahead with plans for a "frugal" Tokyo Games next year

World Archery has unveiled details of its new “Lockdown Knockout” tournament involving eight archers taking part from remote locations and sending video streams from their smartphone, tablet or laptop.

The Archery Association of India said it is planning to this year launch both a franchise team-based league and a nationwide grassroots competition. News website InsideSport

The Commonwealth Games Federation has approved a proposal for the archery and shooting competitions of the 2022 Commonwealth Games to be held in the Indian city of Chandigarh, six months before Birmingham…

World Archery has lifted a suspension on the Archery Association of India that would have stopped Indian archers competing under their flag at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

World Archery, the International Shooting Sport Federation and the UK and Indian governments support plans by the Indian Olympic Association to host archery and shooting events linked to the 2022 Commonwealth…

The Indian government has approved a proposal from the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) to host Commonwealth championships for shooting and archery after the two sports were controversially omitted from…

The number of broadcast hours committed by rights-holding broadcasters to the Hyundai Archery World Cup has again shown a year-on-year increase

World Archery has opened the bidding process for hosting rights to its World Cup Final event from 2020 to 2023

In the latest installment of Eurosport's Sport&Co series, archery's world governing body World Archery talks about athlete preparations for this summer's Olympics.

Indian Olympic Association secretary-general Rajeev Mehta has warned that the exclusion of shooting and recurve archery from the Commonwealth Games 2022 programme could lead to India pulling out of the…

World Archery has awarded hosting rights for the 2021 and 2023 editions of its World Championships to the US city of Yankton and German capital Berlin, respectively, while it has also elected to scrap…

The World Archery Federation has announced that the Spanish capital of Madrid will host its 2019 World Youth Championships, while it has also added Cairo to the schedule for its new Indoor World Series…

World Archery has revealed the host venues for the upcoming Indoor World Series, a new open-entry international circuit that will replace the Indoor World Cup.

The Turkish city of Samsun has been awarded hosting rights to the 2018 Archery World Cup Final.

Ugur Erdener was re-elected as the president of World Archery at the governing body’s 2017 Congress in Mexico City on Saturday.

World Archery has entered into a partnership with the Archery Trade Association (ATA) in a move that is designed to raise awareness of the sport in the lead-up to the 2020 summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

World Archery has announced that its World Cup circuit will this year conclude with an event in the Italian capital of Rome.

Los Angeles 2024 has announced the final proposed venues for the Californian city’s bid to stage the summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.

World Archery, the sport’s global governing body, has awarded hosting rights for the final of its 2016 World Cup series to the Danish city of Odense.

World Archery has announced that the Dutch city of s-Hertogenbosch – better known as Den Bosch – will host the 2019 edition of its World Archery Championships and World Archery Para Championships.

World Archery has brought its membership up to 153 national associations, amongst a host of decisions from its 51st Congress.

World Archery has awarded hosting rights for its World Cup competition to Salt Lake City, Shanghai, Berlin and Antalya for the 2017-19 cycle, while it has proposed the introduction of a mixed team event to the Olympic sports programme.

The World Archery governing body has awarded two of its showpiece events to Mexico City in the shape of the 2015 World Cup Final and 2017 World Championships.

World Archery president Ugur Erdener has been elected to the council of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF).

World Archery has re-elected Ugur Erdener as its president, who was unopposed in the elections.