News

CLICK HERE for the November 2017 edition of the Archery Canada Newsletter.

Archery Canada is saddened to hear of the passing of Roger Garrod. Roger was Chair of the Archery Canada Rules Committee and was a tireless volunteer and contributor to archery in Canada. Our condolences go out to Roger's family and friends. He will be greatly missed.

Passing of Roger Garrod - ABAM website

Congratulations to Canadians Allan Wills, Nancy Littke and Anne Smith for their election to World Archery Committees.

Allan Wills Target Archery Committee (2017-2021)
Nancy Littke  Para Archery Committee (2017-2021)
Anne Smith Medical and Sprot Sciences Committee (2017-2021)

For a complete list of the Committees and Executive Board members elected during the World Archery Congress in Mexico City, please visit the World Archery website.

ROSARIO, ARGENTINA - 18 archers represented Canada from October 2 to 8, 2017 at the World Archery Youth Championship in Rosario, Argentina. Nine archers competed in junior categories and nine in cadet categories, participating in both the individual and team events. The 2017 Youth Canadian Team posted its best results ever for a Youth World Championship.

Annoucement | Tournaments

2018 Archery Canada MICA Tournament

The 2018 Multi-Sites Indoor Championships of the Americas (MICA) will be held from January 1st through April 30th 2018.

NEW FOR 2018:

MICA tournaments must now be registered  through Archery Canada. Please consult the Host Site Coordinator Page for specific instructions related to MICA tournament registration.

CLICK HERE for the October 2017 edition of the Archery Canada Newsletter.

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OTTAWA - Archery Canada is pleased to announce Shawn Riggs as its new full-time national coach to lead the Recurve program into the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and beyond. Riggs brings with him coaching experience leading multiple international competitions, including as head coach for the 2015 Pan Am Games, 2015 World Championships and multiple World Cups over the past 4 years.

Archery Canada names Recurve World Championship Team as Duenas moves back into the world’s top 15

OTTAWA, August 7, 2017 – Archery Canada is pleased to announce the 2017 National Youth Recurve Team that will represent Canada at this year’s 2017 World Archery Youth Championship (WAYC) in Rosario, Argentina October 2 - 8, 2017. The World Youth Championship is held every two years.

Three cadet and three junior recurve archers will represent Canada in three events at this championship: individual, team and mixed team. Furthermore, two cadets will try to secure quota places for next year’s Youth Olympics to be held in Buenos Aires.

This article originally appeared on worldarchery.org, by Chris Wells

WORLD ARCHERY, Lausanne (SUI) - 9 JUNE 2017

The mixed team competition had been tested at the Youth Olympic Games and was officially introduced to the World Archery Championships in 2011.