Egyptian archers secured two Rio 2016 quota places after dominating competition at the African Archery Championships in Windhoek, Namibia.
Brady Ellison secured his third Indoor Archery World Cup Final title after dominating the men’s recurve event in front of his home crowd in Las Vegas.
Italy’s Guendalina Sartori earned her second Indoor Archery World Cup victory of the season after defeating South Korea’s Park Sehui in the recurve gold medal match in Nimes, France.
A world record performance in qualification helped Park Sehui’s pursuit of an Indoor Archery World Cup title in Nimes, but she was forced to come through a nerve wracking tie-break to reach the recurve gold medal match.
World Archery have named The Netherlands as hosts of the 2019 World Championships with competition set to be held in the city of 's-Hertogenbosch - commonly known as Den Bosch.
Mexican stuns strong South Korean challenge to win women's recurve title at Indoor Archery World Cup
Mexico’s Aida Roman stunned a strong South Korean field to claim women’s recurve gold at the Indoor Archery World Cup in Bangkok.
American archers dominated qualifying at the Indoor Archery World Cup with Brady Ellison producing a superb round during the recurve men’s event at Bangkok.
Voting for the 2015 World Archery Athlete of the Year awards is now open with a shortlist of 25 archers nominated across five categories.
The logo of the new World Archery Excellence Centre in Lausanne has been officially launched today.
Hyundai has signed a three-year sponsorship deal with World Archery which will see the South Korean motor company hold title rights to the Archery World Cup until 2018.
Five countries have secured quota places in the archery competition at Rio 2016 following the conclusion of the Asian Championships in Thai capital Bangkok.
Spain’s Miguel Alvarino Garcia continued his superb year by claiming surprise gold in the men’s recurve event at the Archery World Cup Final in Mexico City with a 6-2 victory over France's Jean-Charles Valladont.
Demir Elmaagacli secured Turkey their first-ever medal in individual competition at an Archery World Cup Final, beating India’s Abhishek Verma to compound men’s gold in Mexico City.
"Mister Perfect" bidding to earn Archery World Cup Final gold on maiden appearance at season-ending event
Dutch number one seed Mike Schloesser will bid to mark his first-ever appearance at an Archery World Cup Final with men’s compound gold when the season-ending event is due to get underway in Mexico City on Sunday (October 24).
Archery's test event ahead of Rio 2016 highlighted the promise of the "iconic" Sambodromo venue in the Brazilian city, according to the sport's governing body.