Seventeen-year-old Je Deok Kim of South Korea, the youngest archer at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, is gunning for gold after topping the men’s individual recurve qualifying with a score of 688 points.
A Russian archer fainted during the women’s individual ranking round at the Yumenoshima Park Archery Field as temperatures rose to around 33 degrees Celsius.
A documentary on archery in the tiny mountain kingdom of Bhutan - which culminates with the historic qualification of archer Karma for this year's Olympics - is set for release on DVD and online.
India’s Deepika Kumari captured a hat-trick of gold medals at the third stage of the Archery World Cup in Paris.
India's Abhishek Verma and Colombia's Sara Lopez claimed the men's and women's compound titles on the fifth day of the Archery World Cup in Paris.
American archer Brady Ellison and Mexico's Ana Vazquez are among the semi-finalists for the men's and women's recurve competition as confirmed at the end of the second day of the Archery World Cup in Paris.
Mexico's Alejandra Valencia and Moritz Wieser of Germany have topped recurve qualification on the opening day at the Archery World Cup in Paris.
Mexico, the United States and Italy secured the final women’s team quota places at the last qualification event for the archery competition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The United States, Indonesia and hosts France clinched the final three Olympic spots in the recurve men’s team competition at the World Archery qualifier in Paris.
The remaining quota places for the archery tournament at the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympics are set to be determined over the next three days in Paris.
Olympic gold medallist Juan Carlos Holgado has been chosen to lead the Make a Mark refugee archery programme for Paris 2024 - a scheme its founder, three-time Olympic champion Niccolo Campriani, says has given "added value" to his medals.
Lisa Barbelin of France thrashed Belarusian Karyna Dziominskaya to secure the women's recurve gold medal at the European Archery Championships in Antalya in Turkey.
Denmark's Tanja Gellenthien earned the women’s compound title at the European Archery Championships in Antalya in Turkey.
Spain and Turkey were among the nations to secure Tokyo 2020 quota places for their nations at the World Archery continental qualification tournament for the Olympic Games in Antalya.
Denmark's Tanja Gellenthien and Mathias Fullerton made it through to the finals of the women's and men's compound competitions on day three of the European Archery Championships in Antalya in Turkey.