World Archery has cancelled its annual World Cup circuit for 2020 due to the ongoing restrictions caused by COVID-19, but will recognise performances for the world rankings as of September 1.
Limerick has been named as the host of the 2023 World Archery Youth Championships.
World Archery has announced 35 athletes will receive grants from the COVID-19 fund set-up by the governing body and the Foundation for Global Sports Development.
World Archery is again recognising national events registered on its calendar for world records and performance awards, ending a suspension introduced in March due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Canadian Crispin Duenas has been crowned champion of this month's curve Lockdown Knockout tournament after defeating Mexico's Aida Roman 7-1 in the final.
Gaby Bayardo and Aida Roman will compete in the semi-finals of World Archery's Lockdown Knockout after winning the latest matches of the virtual tournament.
World Archery has confirmed the eight athletes to participate in the second edition of its Lockdown Knockout event, which will begin tomorrow.
South Korean Ryoo-su Jung has been confirmed as the second recurve archer in history to score the maximum score of 1,440 points in the four-distance round discipline.
The world’s oldest international archery competition, which has been going for more than 300 years, has been cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Exclusive: World Archery reschedules $2.5 million payment with Credit Suisse until after postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics
World Archery has renegotiated the payment schedule via which it is financing the cost of the World Archery Excellence Centre in Lausanne, as it seeks to cope with the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
World Archery and the Foundation for Global Sports Development have launched a relief fund for international athletes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
World Archery has scheduled four summer summits for archers, coaches, judges and tournaments, which will take place remotely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Spanish archer Ignacio Gomez Sancha has said he will donate €20,000 (£17,500/$22,000) to the COVID-19 relief effort if he receives 1,000 videos of people training in their own homes.
World Archery has launched an international search for archive content to add to its collection.
World Archery has created an online league in an attempt to encourage people to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic impacting almost every country in the world.