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ARCHERY Preview: Tokyo qualifying spots on the line at 50th World Championships, in the...

The 50th World Archery Championships has started in the picturesque town of ‘s-Hertogenbosch (NED), with Olympic qualifying spots on the line in addition to...

ARCHERY: Ellison and Lutz sweep men’s divisions at World Cup in Antalya

“From the very first arrow I shot on the practice field I just knew I was gonna be on, and that I was gonna...

ARCHERY Preview: Strong fields lined up for third World Cup in Antalya

The third World Archery World Cup is in Antalya (TUR) this week, with a full program of Recurve and Compound shooting for men, women...

ARCHERY: Kang takes second straight World Cup win; U.S. takes four Compound titles in...

It’s early in the season, but Korea’s Chae-Young Kang is making it clear that despite her youth, she is going to be a candidate...

ARCHERY Preview: Ellison and Kang back for Second World Cup in Shanghai

After taking the headlines at the season opener in Medellin (COL) with wins in the Recurve divisions, American Brady Ellison and Korea’s Chae-Young Kang...

HEARD AFTER HALFTIME: Tough times for Jamaican track … off the field?

News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Athletics ● Uneasy signs for the sport in Jamaica, where this weekend’s Jamaica International Invitational – an IAAF World Challenge meet – was canceled for lack of funding. Jamaica Athletics president Dr. Warren Blake said in a statement, “We have managed to run […]
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ARCHERY: Ellison storms to World Cup win in season opener in Medellin

American Brady Ellison is, without a doubt, one of the finest archers in the world. But he’s been very unhappy with his inability to...

ARCHERY Preview: Ellison goes for 11th World Cup gold in seasonal World Cup opener...

The first of five legs in the 2019 World Archery World Cup series will finish in the Atanasio Girardot Stadium in Medellin (COL), with...

LANE ONE: A call to eliminate guns from the Games, but that doesn’t...

The highly-respected Alan Abrahamson, one of the best commentators on Olympic sport, wrote on his 3WireSports site last Saturday that: “The Games and the values for which the Olympics purport to be about — excellence, friendship, respect and, by extension, tolerance — are the very thing that stand in marked contrast to an abhorrent shooting […]
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ARCHERY: Wijler and Sim win Recurve titles in World Series Final in Las Vegas

Against the background of the largest indoor archery tournament in history with 3,767 entries, the World Archery Indoor World Series concluded with two Recurve...

ARCHERY Preview: Vegas Shoot hosts Indoor World Series Final

The enormous Vegas Shoot – the world’s largest indoor archery tournament – takes place this weekend and includes within in the final stage of...

SPEED READ: Headlines from The Sports Examiner for Monday, 21 January 2019

Welcome to The Sports Examiner SPEED READ, a 100 mph (44.7 m/s) review of what happened over the last 72 hours in Olympic sport: LANE ONE: Monday: Part two of our early-on look at what a Congressional commission reviewing the status of the United States Olympic Committee and the U.S. National Governing Bodies might turn […]
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ARCHERY: Koreans Lee and Kang win Nimes Recurve, but Kaufhold, 14, wins silver

The Nimes stop on the World Archery Indoor World Series tour was the first tournament offering maximum points toward a spot in the Indoor...

ARCHERY Preview: Fourth Indoor World Series tournament starts in Nimes

The popular World Archery Indoor World Series stop in Nimes (FRA) comes this weekend, with the tournament offering the most points of any in...

ARCHERY: Gellenthien & Ruiz win Compound titles in Rome Indoor World Cup

U.S. archers had a strong showing at the Rome stop on the World Archery Indoor World Cup, with Braden Gellenthien getting his first win...

ARCHERY Preview: 14-year-old Kaufhold back in action in Rome Indoor World Cup

The World Archery Indoor World Cup has its final event of 2018 in Rome (ITA), with 638 archers competing at the Fiera di Roma...

ARCHERY: Koreans sweep Recurve finals in Macau

Korea has been the dominant power in Olympic archery for the last 30 years and the World Archery Indoor World Cup in Macau (CHN)...

ARCHERY Preview: Indoor World Cup continues in Macau

The Macau Indoor Archery Open is the second of six legs in the World Archery Indoor World Cup, a third-level “250″ tournament offering the lowest-available points compared to the later-season “500″ and “1000″ tournaments. Among the noteworthy entries: Men/Recurve: ∙ Jean-Charles Valladont (FRA) ~ 2016 Olympic silver medalist ∙ Bon-Chan Ku (KOR) ~ 2016 Olympic […]
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ARCHERY: U.S.’s Kaufhold, 14, wins women’s Indoor World Series opener

A new shooting star for the United States? Casey Kaufhold, all of 14 years old, made an impressive debut on the international stage, winning the...

ARCHERY Preview: Indoor World Series starts in Luxembourg

The first of six stages in the World Archery Indoor World Series is the GT Open in Strassen (LUX) starting on Friday. These competitions are...

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