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We're well and truly into 2024 now, which means that January Challenge is over and it's time to gather the results. As you can imagine, with over 600 members submitting a score, it's taken some time to get them in, but the preliminary results are now available.Read Article
“It was very emotional. It was definitely not something I ever saw myself doing when I was younger, but I’m so immensely proud that I have."Read Article
Help shine a light on the contributions of coaches and instructors within your archery community.Read Article
The Archery GB National Tour brings together the best archers Britain has to offer across five stages, culminating in the spectacular final event on September 7-8, 2024, where 40 top archers will go head-to-head at Wollaton Hall in Nottingham.Read Article
We are inviting firms to bid to deliver a strategy that will be innovative and evolving to meet the needs of all those archers that aspire to perform at every level of the sport.Read Article
"Allison spent her time and energy supporting and encouraging others and has been an inspiration to many. She will be greatly missed."Read Article
Start Archery Week is back for 2024, and registration is now open. It's time for the archery community to come together and celebrate our great sport!Read Article
We have organised new online and practical modules for both the Session Coach (Level 1) and Development Coach (Level 2).Read Article
"If you fancy trying something different, get some Vegas-style three spot faces, gather your friends or clubmates and give it a go!"Read Article
The Cumbria County Archery Association recently hosted a dynamic coaching workshop, bringing together a mix of skill levels. Organised by Gary Pimblett (County Coaching Officer for Cumbria) and Andy Arnold, four Level 2 coaches, seven Level 1 coaches, and around 14-15 enthusiastic archers attended the workshop and delved into various essential aspects of archery coaching.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.