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Archery GB welcomed 20 instructors from clubs and Archery Activity Partners to the first ever AAP and Instructor Conference at Lilleshall Sport Centre last week, where they were invited learn about equipment maintenance, Arrows Archery and Project Rimaya.Read Article
Welcome to the Southern Counties Archery Youth Tour (SCAYT), creating opportunities for lots of juniors to get involved in over 30 competitions across a the region.Read Article
“For more than 100 years, Easton arrows have been in the quivers of Great Britain’s best archers."Read Article
It's time to introduce you to another of our brilliant new junior ambassadors, letting them tell their story in their own words of who they are, what they love and why they chose to become an Archery GB ambassador. This month, we hear from Chloe A’Bear.Read Article
Helen Brown, the first Women's Barebow winner of the National Tour, talks about the bowstyle's inclusion into the 2022 event, what it means for the barebow community and her hopes for 2023.Read Article
Raheem Scott from Leicester Archery Academy explains, as the reward for every good deed in Ramadhan is believed to be multiplied by 70, continuing to practice archery during the days of fasting, whether at an outdoor or indoor range, is a great way to keep active whilst at the same time benefitting from the blessings of the month.Read Article
"Life as a GB para archer has been incredible."Read Article
The 2023 January Challenge, which ran from 1 January to 31 January, is over for another year. The results have been tallied, the scores verified and it’s time to announce the winners.Read Article
“Antalya will be exciting as always to see how our preparation are going ahead of July’s World Championships."Read Article
With all the excitement surrounding the 2023 National Tour, we went back to where it all started and spoke to Lucy O’Sullivan and Duncan Busby, the first compound champions about their experience of the very first National Tour finals.Read Article
A guide to the different types of archery available and the bows you can use. Field, target, indoor, 3D, flight, clout and para archery can all be shot using recurve bows, compound bows, longbows or barebows.Find out more
Target archery is the type of archery practiced at the Olympics, and is the version most beginners learn first. Archers shoot a set number of arrows at targets set at specified distances on a flat surface.
A field archery course is set up over woodland and rough terrain. Archers shoot a specified number of arrows at different targets in sequence.
Flight archery is shooting an arrow over the longest possible distance. There is no target, but it does require a very large, flat area - something the size of an aerodrome.
Clout archery is an ancient form of archery that was used as military training in the Middle Ages. The target is the clout, which is a small flag on a vertical stick, stuck in the ground and placed up to 160 metres away.