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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.

OTTAWA, May 5, 2017 – Archery Canada is pleased to announce its 2017 National Youth 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.

Six cadet and six junior compound archers will represent Canada in three events at this championship: individual, team and mixed team.

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.

Leading Italian technical sportswear announced as official brand of Canadian archers

TORONTO, ON, May 17, 2017 - Erreà  and Archery Canada are pleased to announce their four-year exclusive agreement as the technical apparel partner for the Canadian National team. LUAD Sports Group Inc. is the local authorized dealer for Erreà®, a leading Italian sports apparel brand specializing in the manufacturing of technical sportswear. Erreà will supply Archery Canada National team members with in-competition apparel as well as travel and training apparel with Active Tense®.

Archery Canada’s recurve high performance program most recently established its long-term strategy with a balanced approach between the immediate term and achieving a best-ever finish at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, and the longer-term, which targets a podium finish at the 2024 Olympics. A significant component of this strategy is the implementation of an increasingly centralized and monitored training environment for those athletes who are selected to the National Training Squad (NTS), and who are identified as being able to support the program’s performance ambitions.

Canadian 3D Team for 2017 World 3D Archery Championship

It is with great pleasure that Archery Canada announces that the following archery athletes will compete for Canada at the 2017 World 3D Archery Championship in Robion, France, September 19-24.

Compound Men:
Al Campsall        BC
Bryan Harper      BC
Adam Jarvis        NB
Alternate: Cory Smandych    AB

Compound Women:
Erin McGladdery      SK
Monica Higgins         AB
Jessica Beaumont    PQ

La prochaine demande de l'athlète CAN Fund est maintenant disponible sur le site Web du Fonds CAN pour les athlètes de commencer à soumettre leurs applications. La date limite de candidature est le vendredi 30 Septembre 2016 à 17:00 HNE.

  • Archery Canada National Office Closed Easter Weekend
  • New Canadian Championship (CC) and Canadian Open (CO) Records
  • Increasing Number of High Performance Archery Coaches in Canada
  • Appointment of Social Media Coordinator

In this issue:

  • Archery Canada National Office Holiday Hours
  • 2019 3D World Championship Awarded to The Lakeland Archers of Lac La Biche,Alberta
  • Competition Development Coach Certification Context Approved by CAC
  • 2016 Canadian 3D Indoor Championship
  • Call for Applications of Judges for 2016 Canadian 3D Indoor Archery Championship
  • New Canadian Championship (CC) and Canadian Open (CO) Records
  • Archery Canada Annual Awards: Call for 2015 Nominations
  • 2016 Archery Canada MICA Tournament
  • 2016 Canadian Indoor Regional Championship