South Korea and Japan are through to the men's junior team recurve final after both sides came through their last-four matches at the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid.
Jack Williams of the United States reached his first international individual final on the global stage after earning his place in the men’s junior recurve gold medal match at the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid.
Australian Remy Leonard will take on top seed Anders Faugstad in the third round of the men's junior compound competition at the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid.
Turkish archer Mete Gazoz topped the qualification rankings in the men's recurve as the World Archery Youth Championships began in Madrid.
Paralympic champion and world number one shooter among competitors at World Archery Youth Championships
The biggest-ever World Archery Youth Championships are set to get underway tomorrow in Madrid.
Sydney has been added to the calendar of the 2019-2020 Indoor Archery World Series, joining last year’s hosts of Strassen, Macau, Rome, Nîmes and Las Vegas.
World Archery has suspended the Archery Association of India (AAI) after the national governing body failed to resolve its ongoing governance crisis.
More than 77 million people watched television coverage of the 2019 World Archery Championships, according to a post-competition report from the sport's governing body.
South Korea's Lee Seung-yun overcame compatriot and fellow Olympic gold medallist Kim Woo-jin to secure the men's recurve title on the final day of the archery test event for Tokyo 2020.
An San of South Korea eased to a straight sets victory over India's Deepika Kumari to claim the women's recurve gold medal at the archery test event for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Germany’s former world champion and Rio 2016 silver medallist Lisa Unruh made ominous progress today in the early rounds of the women’s recurve in the archery test event for next year’s Tokyo Olympics.
An investigation has been launched into an incident involving a Saudi Arabian team official who allegedly made an unwanted advance towards a woman at a hotel during the archery test event for next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Reigning Olympic champion Chang Hye-jin successfully negotiated her first two rounds at the Tokyo 2020 archery test event.
Jeon Ina of South Korea shot the second-highest women's recurve score of the year to top the qualification round at the archery test event for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.