As the Pan American Archery Championships in Medellín in Colombia prepared itself for a concluding day of gold medal matches, including the women’s recurve final between Mexico’s Alejandra Valencia and Mackenzie Brown of the United States, numerous other titles were settled today.
America’s multiple world and Olympic medallist Brady “The Arizona Cowboy” Ellison fell off his horse today at the Pan American Archery Championships in Colombia.
Quota places for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games were secured on day two of the Pan American Archery Championships in Medellin.
Colombia's Sara Lopez was the top women's compound qualifier on home soil as the Pan American Archery Championships opened in Medellin.
Athletes competing at the Pan American Archery Championships will have the first chance to qualify for next year's Pan American Games in Lima as Medellin prepares to welcome the continent's best.
South Korea's Lee Eun-gyeong beat home favourite Lisa Unruh in the women's recurve final to earn her first individual Archery World Cup title in Berlin.
Sophie Dodemont of France secured two compound gold medals as she ended her wait for Archery World Cup glory in Berlin.
The United States reached the final of the mixed team compound competition at the Archery World Cup in Berlin, to guarantee a first medal of the season at the final event.
Germany's Lisa Unruh reached the women's recurve final on home soil at the Archery World Cup in Berlin.
Olympic gold medallist and world number one Kim Woo-jin defeated returning Australian David Barnes in the second round of the men's recurve at the Archery World Cup in Berlin.
Turkey's Mete Gazoz claimed top seeding for the first time in his career as he finished at the summit of the qualification round in the men's recurve event at the Archery World Cup in Berlin.
World Archery have announced the six events that will make up their new Indoor Archery World Series in 2018, which will replace the old Archery World Cup.
Australian once tipped for greatness set for first appearance in over a decade at Archery World Cup in Berlin
Australian David Barnes is set to make his first international appearance for over a decade as he has entered the Archery World Cup beginning tomorrow in Berlin.
Australia and New Zealand secured places at the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games archery tournament after winning qualifiers in New Caledonia.
New Zealand’s Adam Kaluzny clinched the men’s recurve title at the World Archery Oceania Championships in Paita in New Caledonia.