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Julie’s Archers for Autism

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Julie’s Archers for Autism By Jeremy Oster, Hononegah Archery Inc. I would like to tell you a story that begins with…

A new friend helps me see things differently

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I am at my first Outdoor Target Nationals and shooting pretty good, was in 5th place out of 16 in…

Nick Barbato

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 When people meet me they would never know that I have Tourette Syndrome. I was diagnosed when I was 10…

USA Archery

USA Archery Partners with The National Archery in the Schools Program

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – USA Archery and the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) are thrilled to announce a new partnership between the…

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…

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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