By Nick ButlerFans have until the end of this month to vote for the World Archery Athletes of the Year, with World Cup and Summer Youth Olympic champions, as well as Brazilian prodigy Marcus Dalmeida, among the nominees.
By Emily GoddardIrish capital Dublin and Argentina's capital Buenos Aires are set to host their first ever World Archery events after being awarded competitions in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
By Daniel Etchells
USA Archery has released membership statistics suggesting interest in the sport has continued to increase dramatically since the film premiere last year of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire", especially among women and teenagers.
By Nick ButlerBrazil's teenage archery superstar Marcus Dalmeida is targeting Olympic gold after competing at the National Championships, the first to be held at Sambodromo venue in which competition will take place at Rio 2016.
By Duncan MackayEgypt's Aladin Gabr has been unanimously re-elected as President of World Archery Africa after his only rival withdrew and pledged to support him.
By Daniel EtchellsWorld Archery's television and marketing director Didier Mieville is set to leave his role of nine years, making last month's World Cup final in his hometown Lausanne, his final event with the sport's governing body.
By Paul OsborneSwiss watch brand Longines has announced the continuation of its partnership with World Archery, first entered into in 2008.
By Gary AndersonMaltese Olympic Committee (MOC) member Dion Buhagiar has been elected as the new President of the Archery Association of Malta following an Extraordinary General Meeting of the organisation.
By Nick ButlerArchery equipment worth $5,000 (£3,000/€4,000) is being distributed by the Rwanda National Olympic and Sports Committee (RNOSC) throughout the African country in a major boost for the sport.
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