Australia and New Zealand secured places at the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games archery tournament after winning qualifiers in New Caledonia.
New Zealand’s Adam Kaluzny clinched the men’s recurve title at the World Archery Oceania Championships in Paita in New Caledonia.
Arne Jensen of Tonga was among the leaders at the World Archery Oceania Championships which began today in Paita in New Caledonia.
The World Archery Oceania Championships are due to begin tomorrow in Paita in New Caledonia.
Nespoli secures maiden individual Archery World Cup victory with men's recurve triumph in Salt Lake City
Italy's Mauro Nespoli sealed his maiden individual Archery World Cup victory as he won the men's recurve event in Salt Lake City.
Turkish teenager Mete Gazoz insisted that winning Mediterranean Games gold was a step-up from anything else he has experienced after he beat Slovenia's Gaspar Stajhar 6-2 to claim the recurve title in the men's individual archery at Campo Clar.
Colombia's Sara Lopez secured her second victory of the Archery World Cup season as she won the women's compound event in Salt Lake City.
Mexico's Linda Ochoa-Anderson will have another shot at winning her first-ever individual gold medal at an Archery World Cup stage after reaching the women's compound final in Salt Lake City in the United States.
Hosts the United States made their first Hyundai Archery World Cup final in Salt Lake City, after Brady Ellison and Mackenzie Brown beat India in the semi-finals of the mixed team recurve today.
Denmark's world number one Stephan Hansen finished third in the men's compound qualifying round at the Hyundai Archery World Cup today in Salt Lake City, during tough windy conditions.
Men's compound world number one Stephan Hansen will be among those looking for success when the third stage of the Hyundai Archery World Cup season begins in Salt Lake City tomorrow.
World champion Ksenia Perova beat South Korea's world number one Chang Hye-jin in a tight final of the women's recurve competition at the Archery World Cup in Antalya today.
Dutchman Mike Schloesser and Yesim Bostan of Turkey secured individual compound honours on the first day of medal action at the Archery World Cup in Antalya.
South Korea's Kim Jong-ho and So Chae-won broke the world record to set up a meeting with France in the mixed compound gold medal match at the Archery World Cup in Antalya.
Top seeds Kim Woojin and Lee Woo Seok will fight it out for men's recurve gold on Saturday (May 26) after the two South Koreans won their semi-finals on day three of the Archery World Cup at the Antalya Archery Field.