Despite being an Olympic sport – Archery is not seen nor heard much during the intervening years.
However, there is a flourishing professional circuit and if you are interested in learning more about the sport then we have you covered.
If you click off the Guides tab then you’ll be taken to Rosie Langford’s introduction to the sport where you can find out everything from how to play, what equipment you might need and how to get started in the sport.
Equipment & Techniques
Speaking of equipment – in Archery the type of bow and the type of arrows you use is of vital importance.
You wouldn’t want to be using a compound bow when you should be firing a crossbow.
It isn’t all about hand-eye co-ordination either – you need a good solid technique.
If you have a solid foundation to fire from then your accuracy levels will increase. A solid stance will stand you in good stead.
Check out this great video on the BBC by Olympic bronze medallist Alison Williamson. She explains the real basics of archery, a great start for young archers looking to get into archery. Source : BBC Sport
Alison Williamson, Charlotte Burgess and Naomi Folkard have won Gold in the women’s recurve team tournament World Cup in Santo Domingo. This was the first Archery World Cup. Nicky Hunt was third in the women’s compound. Great build up to the Beijing Olympics for British Archery. Source : British Olympic… [read more]
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