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  1. Why aren't compound bows used in the Olympics?

    Why aren't compound bows used in the Olympics?

    Compound bows have been around since the 1960s. Here in the U.S., you're more likely to see people shooting compounds at the local archery range than recurve bows. Watch any of the televised coverage of archery at this summer's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, however, and all you'll see are recurve bows. Why aren't compound bows used in...
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  2. Reo Wilde gets ready for busy 2016 tournament season

    Reo Wilde, the world's No. 4-ranked, men's compound archer - No.1 in the U.S. - stopped by the Lancaster Archery Supply booth at the 2016 Archery Trade Association show in Louisville, KY, Jan. 5 to talk about his busy tournament schedule. After winning the second stage of the Indoor Archery World Cup in Bangkok, Thailand, in December, Wilde spent some...
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