Category: olympic archery

Recurve’s Ten Favorite Questions- answered!

Recurve’s Ten Favorite Questions- answered!

By George Tekmitchov, International Archery Consultant In the course of providing hundreds of tuning and equipment seminars in more than 20 countries over the past few decades worldwide, I’ve noticed that there are quite a number of recurring questions- questions that seem to come up at nearly every session.  No matter if I am lecturing […]

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Easton Archery – Arrow Factory Tour – Arrows Made In USA

Easton Archery – Arrow Factory Tour – Arrows Made In USA

Arrows Made In USA Easton’s roots go back to 1922 as a family company making handcrafted archery equipment. Today Easton focuses on making the finest products with facilities in Utah Iowa and Indiana. Easton has become world-renowned for premier tubing products in fields such as archery, mountaineering, military, and healthcare. While others have moved production […]

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How Olympic Arrows May Make You A Better Bowhunter

How Olympic Arrows May Make You A Better Bowhunter

How Olympic Competition Arrows May Make You A Better Bowhunter Every four years the world’s best shooters gather to compete at the highest level in archery. Olympic recurve archers line up and launch arrows at target 70 meters downrange—often battling extreme crosswind conditions.  At this level of archery, all aspects of equipment are critical and […]

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How Olympic Arrows May Make You A Better Bowhunter

How Olympic Arrows May Make You A Better Bowhunter

Olympic Arrows Can Make You A Better Bow Hunter Every four years the world’s best shooters gather to compete at the highest level in archery. Olympic recurve archers line up and launch arrows at targets 70 meters downrange—often battling extreme crosswind conditions.  All aspects of equipment are critical and only the best products are sufficient […]

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The Archery World Continues to Move Toward Tokyo 2020- in 2021.

The Archery World Continues to Move Toward Tokyo 2020- in 2021.

With the official announcement of the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games and the cancellation of the entire beginning of the 2020 outdoor season through the end of June, athletes, coaches, fans, supporters and staff around the world are re-setting plans and expectations, and coming to terms with the new reality. As we […]

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The Archery World Continues to Move Toward Tokyo 2020- in 2021.

The Archery World Continues to Move Toward Tokyo 2020- in 2021.

With the official announcement of the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games and the cancellation of the entire beginning of the 2020 outdoor season through the end of June, athletes, coaches, fans, supporters and staff around the world are re-setting plans and expectations, and coming to terms with the new reality. As we […]

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Japan Olympic Trials Complete Penultimate Finals

Japan Olympic Trials Complete Penultimate Finals

Unforgiving selection system eliminates well-known veterans With Japan hosting the next Olympic Games, an unprecedented level of pressure has been applied to the nation’s top archery athletes in the effort to sleet a team to represent the home country in Tokyo later this summer. A Japanese media blowtorch of attention combined with a higher than […]

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Japan Olympic Trials Complete Penultimate Finals

Japan Olympic Trials Complete Penultimate Finals

Unforgiving selection system eliminates well-known veterans With Japan hosting the next Olympic Games, an unprecedented level of pressure has been applied to the nation’s top archery athletes in the effort to select a team to represent the home country in Tokyo later this summer. A Japanese media blowtorch of attention combined with a higher than […]

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Archery and the Coronavirus- The Impact on Archery Events (Update: March 16 2020)

Archery and the Coronavirus- The Impact on Archery Events (Update: March 16 2020)

The Coronavirus outbreak, and resulting Covid-19 illness, has grabbed headlines around the world, and has understandably become a major concern for many people. Aside from the obvious effect on people’s day to day lives, there has also already been a significant impact on sporting events, both small and large, across the globe, including archery events, […]

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Archery and the Corona virus- The Impact on Archery Events

Archery and the Corona virus- The Impact on Archery Events

The Coronavirus outbreak, and resulting Covid-19 illness, has grabbed headlines around the world, and has understandably become a major concern for many people. Aside from the obvious effect on people’s day to day lives, there has also already been a significant impact on sporting events, both small and large, across the globe, including archery events, […]

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