Sara López was the winner of World Archery's first remote knockout tournament – Lockdown Knockout.
World Archery has pushed back four Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifiers to 2021 and confirmed it will not hold any events offering places at the Games this year.
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World Archery has renegotiated the payment schedule via which it is financing the cost of the World Archery Excellence Centre in Lausanne, as it seeks to cope with the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
World Archery and the Foundation for Global Sports Development have launched a relief fund for international athletes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
World Archery has placed all of its staff at its Lausanne-based headquarters on temporary partial unemployment as part of measures designed to mitigate the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the organisation.
World Archery Americas President Maria Emma Gaviria believes compound is a step closer to Olympic inclusion after team events in the discipline were added to the programme for the 2023 Pan American Games in Santiago.
World Archery will stage no international events until at least September, although national competitions will be recognised again in July.
World Archery has scheduled four summer summits for archers, coaches, judges and tournaments, which will take place remotely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Susanne Womersley has been re-elected to serve a second four-year term as President of World Archery Oceania.
World Archery will hold a remote knockout tournament in May as part of its efforts to fill the void created by the coronavirus pandemic.
World Archery is to release its first feature-length documentary on reigning recurve world number one Brady Ellison.
World Archery has launched an international search for archive content to add to its collection.
World Archery has created an online league in an attempt to encourage people to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic impacting almost every country in the world.
World Archery has extended its delay on all international competitions through until the end of June because of the coronavirus pandemic.
World Archery has cancelled this year's Pan and Para Pan American Championships in Monterrey, a continental qualifier for Tokyo 2020, and suspended all of its international competitions until April 30 because of the coronavirus pandemic.