Dave Cousins, the World Archery champion in 1999 rolled back the years after shooting a perfect score of 600 during round two of the Indoor Series.
World Archery secretary general Tom Dielen said joint Committee meetings in November provided "productive discussions" for the sport's future as it aims to emerge from the coronavirus crisis.
World Archery has announced that the Sud de France Nimes Archery Tournament has been postponed by two weeks after the French Government extended pandemic related restrictions on sporting events.
Germany’s Felix Wieser topped the men’s recurve standings in the first stage of the Indoor Archery World Series, which saw archers compete virtually.
More than 2,800 athletes are set to compete in the first event of the 2021 Indoor Archery World Series, which will feature remote participation.
South Korea’s archery team for next year’s Olympic Games is starting to take shape as the selection process begins.
Poland celebrated victory in two events as Antalya hosted archery's first world ranking competition since the coronavirus pandemic began.
The Netherlands' Mike Schloesser has broken the world record for the 1440 Round in archery with a new score of 1421, defeating his Dutch teammate Peter Elzinga's previous mark.
Germany’s archery team have been dealt a blow ahead of next year’s Olympic Games following Elena Richter’s unexpected retirement.
The town of Compiègne in northern France is set to file an application to renovate and expand an archery centre it is hoped will be used during preparations for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The archery department for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics has given an updated on its preparations for the Games.
Archery's first world ranking event since the COVID-19 pandemic brought competition to a halt is poised to take place in Antalya in Turkey from October 2 to 4.
World Archery has announced it will implement a system of international blocks from 2021 to make the tournament calendar clearer and more consistent.
World Archery has announced the launch of its #BacktoArchery campaign, along with the requirements and guidelines for organisers interested in hosting a world ranking event when competition resumes next month.
More than 1,000 competitors participated in an online archery festival which was organised in Japan and featured international athletes.