Mexico’s Linda Ochoa-Anderson topped the women's compound ranking round on home soil at the World Archery Championships, which began today.
South Korea's Kim Woojin is aiming to become only the second person to win three World Archery Championship titles when action begins in Mexico City tomorrow.
World Archery and its partners will contribute towards reconstruction work in the aftermath of the recent earthquake in Mexico City, where its World Championships start tomorrow.
Uğur Erdener has been unanimously re-elected unopposed as World Archery President for a fourth four-year term at the Federation’s 2017 Congress in Mexico City.
Nicaragua, Palau and Bosnia-Herzegovina have been excluded from World Archery at the body's Congress in Mexico City for failing to pay the required fees.
Turkey's Uğur Erdener is set to be re-elected unopposed as World Archery President at the International Federation's Congress over the coming days.
World Archery has said it is "disappointed" after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) removed alcohol from its banned list.
The World Archery Championships in Mexico City will currently go ahead as planned next month, despite the devastating earthquake which has rocked the country.
South Korea swept the honours in the recurve events at the Archery World Cup Final in Rome today as their male and female world champions Kim Woojin and Ki Bo Bai won their respective singles events.
Braden Gellenthien defeated the world champion and world number one Stephan Hansen 148-145 in Rome today to secure the second Archery World Cup Final title of his career, as Colombia's Sara López earned her third title with a 145-138 win over Tanja Jensen of Denmark.
Colombia’s Sara López will be bidding for a third women’s compound Archery World Cup Final title this weekend with the 2017 edition scheduled to take place in Rome.
France ended a six-year barren streak to win the men's team title at the Archery World Cup leg in Berlin today as South Korea proved utterly dominant in all other recurve finals.
Denmark's Sarah Sonnichsen will return to the top of the women’s compound world rankings after she won gold at the Archery World Cup leg in Berlin today.
South Korean duo Kim Woojin and Jongho Kim are set to meet in the final of men's recurve competition at the Archery World Cup leg in the German capital Berlin.
Croatia’s Amanda Mlinaric continued her promising debut at the Archery World Cup by reaching the third round of compound competition in Berlin.