Category: olympic archery

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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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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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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Four-Time Olympian Furukawa Works to Represent Japan Again

Four-Time Olympian Furukawa Works to Represent Japan Again

by George Tekmitchov On a hot July day later this year, three men will stand on the podium at the Tokyo Games and have a gold , silver, or bronze medal placed around their necks. One of the people working hard to be among the final 64 men hoping to stand on that top podium […]

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Team Easton Dominating World Indoor Series- with One Event to Go

Team Easton Dominating World Indoor Series- with One Event to Go

The World Indoor Series is the World Archery Federation’s latest evolution of what started as the Indoor World Cup a decade ago.  The annual series replaces the biannual World Indoor Championship with a circuit of six events that span the globe.  Locations such as Macau, Luxembourg, Sydney, Rome and Nimes, France make access to qualification […]

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2020- A Landmark Year in Target Archery

2020- A Landmark Year in Target Archery

2020 kicks off a new decade, and there are a mind-spinning number of events that will take place in the decade ahead, from Easton’s 100th anniversary, to Olympic Games in Tokyo this year, Paris in 2024, and Los Angeles in 2028. 2020 itself has already kicked off with one of the most frenetic international competition […]

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Target Compound At A Crossroads- New Plans for the Future from World Archery

Target Compound At A Crossroads- New Plans for the Future from World Archery

by George Tekmitchov The compound bow has been a game changer ever since its introduction in the late 1960’s. However, it took more than 20 years for compound to be accepted at the highest levels of the sport of target archery.  Target compound, in the context of World Archery, has only a 29-year history.   […]

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Team Easton Sweeps Gold in Macau

Team Easton Sweeps Gold in Macau

World Indoor Series kicks off with perfect scores and incredible performances with Easton X23’s and X10’s The 2020 indoor season is off to an incredible start after the first of six legs of the World Indoor Series.  The first stage in Macau saw an incredible performance from Team Easton. Last year, the World Archery federation […]

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Team Easton Sweeps Japan Nationals- Major Step to Tokyo Olympic Games

Team Easton Sweeps Japan Nationals- Major Step to Tokyo Olympic Games

Japan Nationals highlight successful younger talent development ahead of final selection for Tokyo Games home team The 61st All-Japan National Championship took place October 25-27 in Kakegawa, in east-central Japan.  Unprecedented media attention accompanied this installment of the annual event, with widespread interest in the process for the selection of Japan’s representatives to the Tokyo […]

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