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Posted on: 12/9/2019 by John Siebert
The compound bow has been a game changer ever since its introduction in the late 1960’s. It relatively quickly gained acceptance for bowhunting and for American recreational archery. However, it took more than 20 years for compound to be accepted at the global levels of the sport of target archery. Target compound, in the context of World Archery, took 20 years to be established, and now has a 29-year history. It has now been accepted at every level of competition worldwide, with one prominent exception- it still isn’t in the Olympic Games.  Read More
Posted on: 12/1/2019 by John Siebert
What started as a day of cleaning junk from a basement turned into a friendly bet for Crystal Gauvin and her husband. They found an old compound bow, and outside were some targets. So her husband, Rich, bet his wife he could hit the middle of the target more times than her.  Read More
Posted on: 1/31/2018 by John Siebert
The first World Archery Masters Championships, an open entry tournament for archers aged 40 years and over, will be hosted by the World Archery Excellence Centre in Lausanne, Switzerland on 14-18 August 2018. A multi-discipline schedule featuring indoor, outdoor and field competitions will be spread over three different venues in the Olympic Capital.  Read More