February 21 - London 2012 Olympic archery hopefuls Charlotte Burgess (pictured) and Simon Terry continued where they left off last year, when they took the honours in the National Indoor Championships.
November 16 - Archery Australia has warned the Government that it risks limiting sporting opportunities for young people if it cuts funding to some of the smaller Olympic sports.
November 16 - American Lloyd Brown (pictured), who coached Justin Huish to Olympic gold at the 1996 Games in Atlanta, has been appointed as Britain's new head coach for London 2012, it was announced today.
September 26 - British archer Simon Terry (pictured) today claimed silver in the men's recurve at the FITA World Cup Grand Final in Copenhagen.
September 26 - The archery and table tennis venues for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi will miss their deadline for completion, the Archery Association of India's President claimed today.
August 31 - Ugur Erdener (pictured) has been re-elected as the President of the world archery governing body FITA during the second day of the organisation's Congress in Ulsan, South Korea.
December 1 - Archery has decided to launch a new plan aimed at making it more spectacular and appeal more to the public during the build-up to London 2012.
September 14 - John Cavanagh (pictured) clinched silver in the men’s individual compound W1 final at the Paralympic Games as the eighth day of competition got underway in Beijing today.
June 19 - The International Archery Federation (FITA) has signed a one-year agreement with a new technology sponsor, Turkish company TFORS.
JULY 7 - EDINBURGH is to host the final of archery's World Cup competition in 2010, it was announced today.
April 9 - The International Archery Federation (FITA) today announced a renewal of its sponsorship deal with Turkish Airlines.
MARCH 3 - THE International Archery Federation (FITA) today announced a new sponsorship agreement with Vakifbank, one of Turkey's biggest banks.
JUNE 20 - BRITAIN'S archery team for the Beijing Olympics will be led by Alison Williamson, making her fifth appearance in the Games, and Simon Terry (pictured), completing a remarkable return to the sport, it was announced today.