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.
Italy’s Eleonora Sarti built on her world record display in the qualification round by taking gold in the women's compound category at the Para-archery international ranking event in Almere, The Netherlands.
Italy’s Eleonora Sarti and David Drahoninsky of the Czech Republic both broke world records at the Para-archery international ranking event in Almere, The Netherlands.
Visually impaired competitions will take place at the 2015 World Archery Para Championships in August for the first time in six years, the sport’s governing body has announced.
Canadian Paralympic bronze medallist Norbert Murphy has been banned for two years by World Archery after he was found to have misrepresented the level of his impairment during classification for a competition earlier this year.
World Archery has chosen the 1948 Stoke Mandeville Games - seen as the forerunner to the Paralympics - as its Para highlight as part of the International Paralympic Committee's anniversary celebrations.
Archery GB is calling on male archers to get it touch as it looks for potential stars who could strike gold at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Italy emerged as the top nation at the European Para-Archery Championships, winning three gold medals and two bronze, while 11 of the 24 countries taking part won at least one medal in Nottwil, Switzerland.
April 20 - Danielle Brown, the British archer who won Paralympic gold medals at Beijing 2008 and London 2012, has hit back at changes in classification that mean she is now unable to defend her title at Rio 2016.
February 18 - Double Paralympic champion Danielle Brown has been left "heartbroken" after World Archery upheld its decision to ban her from going for a hat-trick of titles at Rio 2016.
December 10 - Two time Paralympic gold medal winning archer Danielle Brown has appealed against the decision to bar her from future Games following classification changes which deem her ineligible from future competitions.
World Archery launch appeals process after competitors ruled out of Paralympics by classification changes
November 27 - Archers deemed ineligible for future Paralympic competitions following classification changes introduced earlier this month will have the right to appeal, World Archery (FITA) have announced.
November 8 - Britain's double Paralympic archery champion Danielle Brown will be unable to defend her title at Rio 2016 after a change in the sport's classification procedures.