Inspiring

My name is Kate Iodice and here is my archery story!

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My dad has always been a handgun shooter. I went to the gun range with him when I was younger…

Flinging Arrows, Digging In The Dirt, Living My Passion

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“Thwack”, the arrow hit dead center of the target. My heart fluttered. I turned around and shouted with a smile…

Learning to Shoot Like a Boss

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My disease made me feel broken. Shooting helped me feel better about myself, sometimes even make me forget I had a disease. Archery made me feel like a BOSS!

USA Archery

The Nationals Day 2 and Kelly Davis

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Day 2 of The Nationals By Alex Pollock Sports Editor The Times sports@thetimes24-7.com Kelly Davis hated archery. “My mom put…

USA Archery championships open at Grand Park

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By Alex Pollock Sports Editor The Times sports@thetimes24-7.com Wednesday marked the first day of official practice for the 2017 JOAD…

Setting Sights on Success, The Road to Olympic Archery

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Setting Sights on Success, The Road to Olympic Archery By: Danielle Foley & Shannon Coleman A role model is someone…

Around the World

Archery suddenly became an important part of me

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Hello! My name is Alifia. I’m an Indonesian compound shooter and archery is my huge passion! When I officially started…

My Archery Journey

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My archery career started in 2011 when I was 16 years old. And although many people think you need to…

Quality vs Quantity

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Quality vs Quantity By Marcus Barclay Im sure you have all heard the saying quality over quantity, whether it is…

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