Fifth seeds Russia claimed their first world title in women’s recurve team competition for 28 years as the World Archery Championships came to a close in Copenhagen.
Home favourite Stephan Hansen was crowned as the men’s compound archery world champion after defeating India’s Rajat Chauhan in a thrilling final at the 2015 World Archery Championships in Copenhagen.
Germany and Indonesia secure final Rio 2016 men's individual quota places at World Archery Championships
Germany and Indonesia took advantage of a second chance tournament at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen to claim the final two men’s individual recurve quota places at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Five women’s and six men’s individual quota places for for next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro were taken up during the third elimination round of recurve competition at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen.
Hosts Denmark are one of 18 nations still in the running for Rio 2016 Olympic quota places following two elimination rounds of the men’s recurve individual competition at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen.
Olympic gold medallists Italy hold nerve in shoot-off to secure Rio 2016 quota spot at World Archery Championships
Defending Olympic champions Italy's men's team were forced to come from behind against India to seal an place in the quarter-final phase of the recurve competition at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen, sealing an Rio 2016 Olympic quota place.
Chinese Taipei's Shih-Chia tops World Archery Championships recurve ranking ahead of Olympic gold medallist
Chinese Taipei’s Lin Shih-Chia fended off a late surge from London 2012 champion Ki Bo Bae to top the women’s recurve qualification standings at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen.
World Archery today elected six new members as it prepared to host its biggest-ever World Championships in Copenhagen.
World Archery have announced they have launched their brand-new website which they claim reflects the sport’s “young fanbase” and their commitment in targeting young people all over the world.
The number of competitors in the men’s individual recurve event at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen has passed the 200 mark, it has been announced, making the competition the biggest in the sport’s history.
This year’s edition of the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen is set to be the “biggest ever by 25 per cent”, it is claimed, with 699 athletes from 100 countries already registered to compete.
China caused an upset at the Archery World Cup in Antalya after beating South Korea in the men’s team recurve final.
World champions Colombia won women’s team event compound gold at the second stage of the Archery World Cup in Antalya.
South Korea’s Kang Chae Young claimed a superb haul of three recurve gold medals on a dominant day for her nation as the first Archery World Cup of the season came to a close in Shanghai.
Colombia’s Sara Lopez banished her demons from last year’s event by taking individual women’s compound gold at the Archery World Cup in Shanghai, China.