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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...

ARCHERY: Korea sweeps Recurve World Cup Finals

Korea’s domination of the Olympic Recurve class continues with a sweep of all three titles at the World Archery World Cup Final in Samsun (TUR). The 2015 World Champion, Woo-Jin Kim (pictured) won his third World Cup Final, defending his title from 2017 (he also won in 2012) by beating countryman Woo-Seok Lee in the […]
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ARCHERY Preview: Ellison looks for fifth World Cup Final title in Samsun

The climax of the World Archery World Cup season comes in Samsun (TUR) with the 13th World Cup Final on Saturday and Sunday. The event is limited to qualifiers from the four prior World Cups, including the event winners, the next three in the World Cup rankings and one spot for the host Turks. The […]
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ARCHERY: Pearce’s win leads five U.S. medals in World Field

It’s true that the World Field Championships do not carry the same importance as the World Target Championships, but many of the world’s top archers don’t care and enjoy the more relaxed atmosphere. Paige Pearce of the U.S. really enjoyed it as she won the women’s Compound Division, meaning the 23-year-old has now won World […]
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ARCHERY: Four U.S. team golds at Pan American Championships

The United States dominated the team events at the XXIV Pan American Championships in Medellin, Colombia last weekend, winning the men’s Team Recurve, women’s Team Recurve and the Mixed Team Recurve and Team Compound titles, plus two Team Compound medals. Brady Ellison and Mackenzie Brown won two golds each, in the Team Recurve and Mixed […]
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ARCHERY: New star Kaufhold wins U.S. title at 14 years old!

Let’s get the obvious out of the way: Brady Ellison won his seventh straight National Target Championship in the Recurve (Olympic) division, setting a new championship record of 1,365 points. Now to the surprises: Fourteen-year-old Casey Kaufhold won the women’s title at 1,305, defeating 2016 Olympian Mackenzie Brown by one point – 1,305 to 1,304 […]
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Did you see that a Swedish teenager set an American record in the...

TSX HEADLINES – for August 17, 2018: One of the greatest pole vaulting competitions of all time came at the European Championships, with three men vaulting at the magical 6-meter mark and two clearing it. Then an 18-year-old competing for Sweden won the event at 6.05 m (or 19-10 1/4), not only setting his third […]
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As the IOC tackles its problems, its members are invisible

TSX HEADLINES – for August 8, 2018: When the International Olympic Committee decided it needed to speak directly to the people of Calgary about its potential bid for the 2026 Olympic Winter Games, it sent two of its senior staff from Lausanne. Fine, except where were any of Canada’s three members of the IOC? Same […]
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Bach: Values, passion and possibilities define the Olympic Movement

TSX HEADLINES – for July 23, 2018: There was a lot of interest in The eSports Forum hosted by the International Olympic Committee last Saturday in Lausanne, Switzerland, a face-to-face discussion between the gaming world and the Olympic Movement. One of the most interesting sessions was one devoted to how the Olympic Movement itself is […]
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The high costs of being a professional athlete … even for an Olympic...

TSX HEADLINES – for July 18, 2018: Trying to make a living in track & field – or most Olympic sports for that matter – is hard … even for a three-time Olympic gold medalist. American Tianna Bartoletta, who became World Champion in the long jump way back in 2005 and won two Olympic golds […]
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