South Korea experienced mixed fortunes in the individual recurve finals on the last day of action at the World Archery Championships in Mexico City.
France’s Sebastien Peineau and South Korea’s Song Yun Soo claimed the respective men’s and women’s individual compound titles on the penultimate day of action at the World Archery Championships in Mexico City.
Germany reached both the compound and recurve mixed team finals on a successful day for the country at the World Archery Championships in Mexico City.
Denmark’s Stephan Hansen will have the opportunity to seal the defence of his men’s compound global crown on Saturday (October 21) after reaching the final at the World Archery Championships in Mexico City.
Indian archery coach suspended following incident with member of British team at World Youth Championships
A coach has been suspended by the Archery Association of India (AAI) following an incident at the World Archery Youth Championships in Argentina earlier this month.
Brady Ellison of the United States had a day to forget at the World Archery Championships in Mexico City as he crashed out in the second round of the men's recurve competition.
Kang Chae Young of South Korea finished top of the women's recurve qualification standings at the World Archery Championships in Mexico City today.
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.