Archery


Archery is a precision sport where competitors aim to hit targets using a bow. A standard archery target has five colored rings each divided in two bands, counting for 10 to 1 point from center to the edge. There are three types of bows in archery competition, but Olympic competition only uses the "classic" type bows, typically made of advanced alloys and composites. These are expensive precision equipment. Archery is descended from the use of bow and arrow for military and hunting. Next to archery with recurve and compound bows, there's also field archery, where competitors have to score points on a course where they have to shoot at various sized target faces at various distances. The Fédération Internationale de Tir à l’Arc was founded in 1931. For more info see Wikipedia.

Olympic Games:
M:Recurve
M:Recurve Team
W:Recurve
W:Recurve Team
Defunct Events:
M:Fixed Bird Small
M:Fixed Bird Small Team
M:Fixed Bird Large
M:Fixed Bird Large Team
M:Moving Bird 28 m
M:Moving Bird 28 m Team
M:Moving Bird 33 m
M:Moving Bird 33 m Team
M:Moving Bird 50 m
M:Moving Bird 50 m Team
M:Continental Style
M:York Round
M:Double American Round
M:Double York Round
M:Team Round
M:Au Chapelet 33 m
M:Au Chapelet 50 m
M:Au Cordon Doré 33 m
M:Au Cordon Doré 50 m
M:Sur la Perche à la Herse
M:Sur la Perche à la Pyramide
W:National Round
W:Double Columbia Round
W:Double National Round
W:Team Round

World Championships:

World Indoor Championships:

World Field Championships:

World Games:

European Championships:

European Indoor Championships:

European Field Championships:

Pan American Games:

Asian Games:

Commonwealth Games:

Universiade: