Author: World Archery

Beginner’s guide to archery at the 2018 Asian …

Beginner’s guide to archery at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta:

The Asian Games are considered the “mini Olympics” 🏹

The professional archery teams of Korea

The professional archery teams of Korea:

One of the reasons why Korea is the most dominant team. 🏹

#Shootlikeme: 5 best videos of archers explain…

#Shootlikeme: 5 best videos of archers explaining their techniques:

What’s been your favourite #Shootlikeme video so far? 🎥🏹

Mete Gazoz made his debut at the Olympic Games…

Mete Gazoz made his debut at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016. He was silver medallist at the European Championships that same year and qualified for his first Hyundai Archery World Cup Final in 2018. 

World Archery’s #Shootlikeme series features athletes talking about their own archery techniques, and what make them unique.

Mr. Perfect is Flawless in Berlin

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Mike Schloesser with his Hoyt Prevail in hand making it look easy on his way to a number one qualifying finish and Gold Medal.

BERLIN, Germany – Stage four of the World Cup is in the books. It was the last stage before the finals, giving shooters one last chance to qualify for the finals, which made for some fierce competition. Hoyt shooter Mike “Mr. Perfect” Schloesser didn’t let any of that bother him as he coasted to another first place qualification and another Gold Medal in the men’s compound division. Hoyt teammate Sebastian Peineau joined Schloesser on the podium winning the bronze medal.

Peineau secures his spot on the podium winning the bronze medal with his custom yellow Hoyt Prevail.


Mete Gazoz shot the Hoyt Formula and X-Tour limbs, winning the Gold Medal in men’s recurve.

In the men’s recurve division, Mete Gazoz of Turkey won the gold medal, punching his ticket to the upcoming World Cup Finals. Australian shooter Taylor Worth shot his way to the bronze meda, joining Gazoz on the podium.

Taylor Worth secured the Bronze Medal shooting his Hoyt Formula and X-Tour limbs.


Other notable finishes from Team Hoyt shooters included Jody Vermeulen and Marcella Tonioli who won silver and bronze respectively in the women’s compound division and Lisa Unruh winning the silver medal in the women’s recurve division.

Jody Vermeulen, Silver Medal Women’s Compound. Bow: Hoyt Prevail

Marcella Tonioli, Bronze Medal, Women’s Compound.Bow: Hoyt Prevail

Lisa Unruh, Silver Medal, Women’s Recurve. Bow: Hoyt Epic, X-Tour limbs.

Beginner’s guide to the Olympic qualification …

Beginner’s guide to the Olympic qualification process for Tokyo 2020:

The road to Tokyo 2020 is about to begin. 🏹

Sjef van den Berg explains how heavy a recurve…

Sjef van den Berg explains how heavy a recurve bow is to pull back using bottles of water during the fourth stage of the 2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup in Berlin, Germany. 

More archery at www.worldarchery.org and www.archery.tv

A look inside the Easton Archery factory in Sa…

A look inside the Easton Archery factory in Salt Lake City at how carbon-aluminium competition arrows are made. 🏹

More archery at www.worldarchery.org and www.archery.tv

Recap of the 4th and last stage of the 2018 Hy…

Recap of the 4th and last stage of the 2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup in Berlin, Germany. 🏹

2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final qualifier…

2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final qualifiers round-up:

Name by name, all finalists for the 2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final in Samsun, Turkey 🏹🎯