The European Para-Archery Championships are set to begin tomorrow in Saint-Jean-de-Monts, where nine places at this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro will be available.
David Drahoninsky of the Czech Republic and Great Britain’s Jessica Stretton both set new world records during the qualification round at the Fazza International Para Archery Championship in Dubai.
Archery coach and WheelPower volunteer Fred Stevens of Britain has announced his retirement from both roles after 15 years of service to the sport.
American archer Matt Stutzman has broken his own world record for the furthest accurate shot, setting a new mark of 310 yards.
Zahra Nemati and Majid Kakoosh have each claimed gold medals for Iran at the Asian Para Championships in Bangkok, securing places at Rio 2016.
Italian Para-archer Alberto Simonelli broke two Para-world records during the Italian Championships in Torino.
Gold for Czech Drahoninsky on final day of World Para Archery Championships as Great Britain claim podium sweep
David Drahoninsky tasted World Para Archery Championships glory for the first time after triumphing in the W1 men's category on the final day of competition in Germany.
Russia claimed six medals - two of them gold - as the World Para Archery Championships continued in Donaueschingen in Germany.
Russia's Stepanida Artakhinova and United States' David Drahoninsky each broke world records on the final day before medals action begins at the World Archery Para Championships in Donaueschingen, Germany.
Alberto Simonelli is one step away from a first global title in 17 years after reaching the compund men's open final at the World Para-Archery Championships in Donaueschingen, Germany, with South Korea's Lee Ouk Soo the only man standing in his way.
China's compound open mixed team became the latest record breakers at the World Archery Para-Championships in Donaueschingen, Germany, shooting 157 out of 160 to set a new best mark for a 16-arrow match.
Russia’s recurve men’s open team shot a huge combined score of 1,926 points to set a world qualifying record at the World Archery Para Championships in Donaueschingen, Germany.
Italy’s compound men’s open team set a world record at the World Archery Para Championships in Donaueschingen, Germany, after scoring a combined total of 2,062 points in qualifying.
Prowse among those fighting on two fronts as visually impaired competitions return to World Archery Para Championships
Former world champion Steve Prowse will be among the athletes competing over two visually impaired categories as the discipline returns to the World Archery Para Championships at the upcoming edition in Donaueschingen, Germany.
Four athletes have been selected by Archery Canada to represent the host nation at next month’s Parapan American Games here in Toronto, with Kevin Evans to lead their medal bid in the compound events.