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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Archery World Cup 2010 Update

The 2010 Archery World Cup stage 1 was completed on May 8th 2010. Stage 2 will be held in Antalya Turkey from June 7-11th 2010. PC3BWTTYF7T4

Here were the standings after Stage 1:

Men's Individual Recurve Archery

GOLD- Ellison Brady USA

SILVER -Victor Wunderle USA

BRONZE -Terry Simon GBR

Men's Individual Compound Archery

GOLD -Sam Kyritsoglou BEL

Silver -Sergio Pagni ITA

Bronze- Reo Wilde USA

Men's Team Recurve 8 MAY 2010




Men's Team Compound Archery


Silver- DEN

Bronze- ESA

Women's Individual Recurve Archery

GOLD -Sabrina Struyf BEL

SILVER- Elena Kuznetsova BLR

BRONZE- Berengere Schuh FRA

Women's Individual Compound Archery

GOLD Ashley Wallace CAN


BRONZE Sandrine Vandionant FRA

Women's Team Archery Recurve

Gold -UKR

Silver -BLR

Bronze- CHN

Women's Team Archery Compound

Gold -RUS

Silver -USA

Bronze- MEX

Archery recurve Mix

Gold- USA

Silver -CHN

Bronze- ITA

Achery Compound Mix

Gold- CAN

Silver -DEN

Bronze- USA

Top Ranking Archers Recurve



3 TERRY Simon -GBR

Women Recurve Archery

1 STRUYF Sabrina -BEL


3 SCHUH Berengere- FRA

Men Compound Archery


2 PAGNI Sergio- ITA


Women Compound Archery


2 HUNT Nicky- GBR


Congratulations to all the winners of the Archery World Cup Stage 1, Good luck to all the Archers in Antalya for stage 2!!

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Which Bow Is Right For You To Shoot Archery Correctly

In order to shoot archery accurately and consistently you need to chose a bow that suites your preference and one that will give you the best performance. It is always best to try a few different kinds of bows to shoot archery so that you get a true feeling of which works best for you.

You should be focusing on the draw length of the bow first. This is the length from the hand that is holding the bow to the one that holds the string in draw position. Make sure that you can pull the string easily and that the bow is comfortable for you to hold. This will make a huge difference when you are going to shoot archery targets.

An archer should also be determining the draw weight of the bow before getting ready to shoot. If the bow is too heavy you stand the chance of starting to shake from being too tired.

There are some features that some bows have which others do not. For example, both the longbow and shortbow can require an arrow rest. This is a notch that is either cut out of the bow or plastic that is fastened to the bow while you shoot archery.

Another thing you should consider is the tiny brass ball, known as the nock point, that is on the side, above or below the string. This lets you know where to place the nock of your arrow. You can place the nock between the points rather than above or below that is up to you and what you feel most comfortable with.

Here are some simple yet important thing you should be thinking about when looking for a bow.

* Your body mass and strength are important

* Will you be using the bow to shoot archery targets or for hunting. There are differences in length and weight between the two.

* Be sure that when you draw the bow to shoot, the string should be drawn to the back of your jawbone. Compound archery bows have adjustable draw lengths.

* Determine the draw weight that is most comfortable to you ahead of time. The reason for this is because your arms will tire after several shots so it's best to know the right weight for you before you start looking.

* As mentioned earlier try a few different bows so that you get a feel of the differences some bows offers. For a beginner who will shoot archery targets a recurve archery bow is a good choice. A compound archery bow is the most popular due to its versatility and ease in aiming.

* If you are choosing a bow for hunting a short bow would be one to consider because they are easier to carry than longbows.

I hope that helps to get you started in the right direction. You can get more detailed information in The Comprehensive Guide To Archery which I have found to be a great help in improving your archery game.

Be sure to have all your questions with you and make sure that whoever is helping you answers those questions to your satisfaction before making any decisions.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Archery Olympic Venue Get's Nods

England cricket captain backs Lord’s Cricket Ground as the Olympic Archery venue

Andrew, Englands cricket captain, met GB archers Alison Williamson and Simon Terry at Lord's Cricket Ground, to shoot some arrows at targets on the pitch.

Watch Andrew, Alison and Simon talk about hosting Archery at Lord's. Archery Discussion Video

Andrew had said that Lord’s would be a first class venue for Archery at the London 2012 Olympic Games, just as it is for cricket.

He was also quoted as saying that he was excited at the prospect of watching Archery in such as spectacular setting, and it will be great for Lord's profile to be a part of Olympic history.

The venue is easy to get to by bus and tube from central London. St John’s Wood tube station is on the Jubilee line, making it quick to get to the Olympic Park and other east London venues. Lord's has a spectator capacity of 6500

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Great News About the 2010 Pro Archery Series Entry Forms!

European Professional archery made an announcement on their site in regards to the 2010 Pro Archery Series event at  Fort van Lier on August  21/22. The entry form is now open for new competitors.

They had only been accepting early entries from other Pro Archery event competitors as a reward for competing well at other events and for supporting the Pro Archery series.

They have now opened that kindness to say they will receive ALL form early entries, but on a first come first serve basis.

They will post the  Official Entry List on July 20th, 2010.  There will be no changes or late entries after that date and the general entries will be open.

Here's to your Archery Perfection...Good luck to all who enter.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Learn How To Become An Expert In Archery

If you want to learn everything you need to know to become an expert at archery, we have found the solutions and guide to help you not only perfect your archery shooting but skills and techniques that will put you high above your competition. Sail past the learning curve and avoid the mistakes that most beginning archers are prone to make.

To shoot archery like a pro there are some things you will need to know right away. How to determine whether you are right-eyed or left-eyed is essential. The Comprehensive Guide To Archery will show you how in seven easy steps. This is one of the most difficult things to determine and one that most archers are faced with understanding.

You will receive some tips on how to shoot archery so that you have perfect shooting form and have your accuracy be dead on target. By following 7 tested strategies for winning competitions it will be hard for you to lose. Practice techniques that will help you avoid the leading cause of inaccurate shots.

In addition to learning the form, skills and techniques to shoot archery targets like a master archer, you will also know exactly what equipment you need and exactly how to use each of them. Know how to pick the right type of bow and arrows and exactly how to develop proper shooting form by someone who has been shooting archery for over two decades.

From the beginning you will know the five types of bows and how to select the one that is right for you. Why an arrow rest is an essential piece of equipment regardless to whether you're a beginner or an advanced archer. How to choose an arrow rest that will enhance your shooting ability.

What to look for when buying such important archery equipment as arrows, archery bow cases, finger tabs and quiver. It is essential to your success in the sport of archery to know the right equipment to buy.

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This Guide will make it easy for you to completely bypass the long, drawn-out learning curve and become the true master archer you've always dreamed of being faster than you could possibly imagine.

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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Archery World Cup 2010

The Archery World Cup 2010 is rapidly approaching. This year the World Cup Stage 1 will be held in Porec on May 4th-8th, 2010. Here is the schedule for the remaining Stages:

Archery World Cup 2010 Stage 2- Antalya- June 7th-11
Archery World Cup 2010 Stage 3- Ogden- August 3-7
Archery World Cup 2010 Stage 4- Shanghai- August 31st- September 04
Archery World Cup 2010 FINALS- Edinburgh -September 18-19

Here is the Mens Top Rankings for Recurve Archery




Here is the Womens Top Rankings for Recurve Archery 
1  Berengere SCHUH  FRA

2  YUN Ok-Hee  KOR

3  KWAK Ye Ji  KOR

Top Rankings For Mens Compound Archery

1  Sergio PAGNI  ITA



Top Rankings For Women's Compound Archery

1  Nicky HUNT  GBR

2  Camilla SOEMOD  DEN
3  Ivana Buden  CRO
For more information on the 2010 Archery World Cup, please visit the International Archery Federation

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Shoot Archery Arrows By Three River

Although there are many companies manufacturing products in which to shoot archery, the equipment manufactured by Three River Archery are known to be the best. When you shoot archery targets with these arrows you will know the vast difference that they make

The Traditional arrows by Three River Archery are known for their top quality wood. The arrows come at an unbelievable price. If you are going hunting or participating in a shoot archery tournament then use these arrows, they are ideal for this type of archery shooting. They are also very effective for 3D archery targets and field archery.

Because Three River Archery arrows are hand made, their flight characteristics are by far un-matched. These arrows are dipped in clear lacquer and walnut stained. They are also distinctively crested. To fly accurately an arrow must be straight so the company takes extra care to insure that all arrows meet this specification. These arrows make bow shooting pure pleasure.

The arrows come uncut and in full length. Three River Archery spins all arrows by hand as to deliver a quality product. They make sure that the archery arrows are finished with extreme care and provides a straightening service for wooden arrows as well. When you are going to shoot archery targets, be sure to use the wooden arrows by Three River, they are exceptional performers.
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