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.
Oh Jin-hyek has been selected for this year's South Korean archery team after delaying his retirement for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
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.
This year's World Archery Field Championships in the United States have been postponed until 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
World Archery has confirmed the eight athletes to participate in the second edition of its Lockdown Knockout event, which will begin tomorrow.
Colombian archer Sara López will donate her prize money from winning the World Games Athlete of the Month award to charities fighting the coronavirus crisis in her native country.
The first World Archery summer summit will be held on Sunday (May 31), with a focus on the attitude an archer requires to win and how to achieve excellence in competition.
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.
World Archery's remote knockout tournament is set to return next month with eight recurve archers.
Sara López was the winner of World Archery's first remote knockout tournament – Lockdown Knockout.
The world’s oldest international archery competition, which has been going for more than 300 years, has been cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
World Archery has pushed back four Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifiers to 2021 and confirmed it will not hold any events offering places at the Games this year.