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07.26.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics
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Guide to watching archery at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio

Opening ceremonies for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, are less than two weeks away. Archery is one of the first sports to feature competition, and so you need to be ready to follow the action. Here are some things you need to know. NBC is the lead sponsoring network for televising […]

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07.08.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics
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Olympic Archery Explained: Draw Weight

There’s no question the archers who will compete in the Olympic games in Rio this summer are the best Olympic recurve archers their home countries have to offer. They train hard, shooting their bows for many hours every day. And they’ve been doing that for years. So it’s no stretch to think of these athletes […]

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06.30.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics
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Mackenzie Brown’s Olympic Archery Dreams Are Taking Her to Rio 2016

When Mackenzie Brown steps to the line in Rio de Janeiro this August, and nocks her first arrow at the 2016 Olympic Games, she will fulfill a dream she has worked for since she picked up a bow and arrow at 10 years of age. “I started in NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program), […]

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06.24.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics
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Olympic Archery Explained: The Plunger

Every archer you see shooting in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this summer will have a device on their bow called a plunger, or cushion plunger. It’s a small piece of gear that kind of looks like a spark plug, which works in concert with the arrow rest. And it’s absolutely critical to […]

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06.20.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics
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Easton X10 arrows break another archery record in Turkey

The Easton X10 arrow continued its dominance of Olympic archery by helping the Korean women’s team break another World Archery record in June 2016. The Korean women scored a combined 2045 points at the third stage of the 2016 Hyundai Archery World Cup in Antalaya, Turkey, to beat the recurve women’s team ranking round world record by […]

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06.17.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics
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U.S. will send only one female archer to Rio Olympics

Competing at the final Olympic qualifier in Turkey this week, the U.S. failed to secure two additional spots to send a full team of three female archers to Rio in August. That means Mackenzie Brown alone will represent the U.S. at the 2016 Olympic games. Hye Youn Park will be the alternate team member. Shooting […]

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06.17.2016 | Categories: Video, News, Olympics
 

What’s the difference between Olympic recurve and recreational recurve?

Summer is beginning, and archers are heading to their backyards to sling arrows. For many recreational archers, the bow of choice is the recurve. It’s fun and simple to shoot. The recurve also is the bow archers will be using in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, this summer. But the recreational […]

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06.10.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics
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Brady Ellison talks Olympics – past and present

His face is the face of U.S. Olympic archery. There’s no mistaking who’s behind the bow, when you see the grimacing, whiskered jaw and the shaggy, dirty blond hair sticking out from beneath the curled brim of a baseball hat. Brady Ellison has been one of the most dominant Olympic recurve archers in the world […]

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06.08.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics
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U.S. Archers head to Turkey in search of two more Olympic spots

This is it. A full team of U.S. archers is heading to Turkey this week for Stage 3 of the 2016 World Cup, June 14-19, but all eyes will be on the women’s recurve competitors – Mackenzie Brown, Hye Youn Park and Khatuna Lorig. The three must win a team medal in order for the […]

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05.30.2016 | Categories: News, Olympics, Uncategorized
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Olympic Archery Explained: The Clicker

If you watch archery at the Olympics on TV this summer, you’re going to notice the clicker. Camera angles for archery competitions are usually the same, and so what you’ll see in closeup shots of archers drawing their bows is the arrow sitting on a rest through the draw cycle. There will be a thin […]

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