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Archery World Cup: Indian men's compound trio pumped up after gold medal success in Asian Games year
Indian archery tasted its first international success of the season on Saturday morning when its men’s compound trio of Rajat Chauhan, Abhishek Verma, and Aman Saini defeated France in the final of the Antalya World Cup Stage 1 to claim the gold medal.
Archery World Cup: India men's compound team wins gold medal; beats France in final
The trio of Rajat Chauhan, Abhishek Verma, and Aman Saini scored a total of 232 out of a possible 240 in response to the European side's 230 to win the final.
Asian Games unfinished business... we are going for that gold: Archer Rajat Chauhan
Indian compound archers Rajat Chauhan, Abhishek Verma, and Aman Saini reached the final of the Antalya Archery World Cup stage 1 in the men's team event.
Delhi to host Asian Archery Para Championships after Kazakhstan expresses inability due to Ukraine war
India will host the Asian Archery Para Championships from 31 May to 6 June after Kazakhstan expressed its inability to stage the event, citing organisational issues because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Archery to have full 10 events at 2022 Asian Games
The Jakarta-Palembang 2018 Asiad had added the mixed disciplines but removed the two individual events in the compound section.
Archery Association of India to organise tournament at SAI centre in Sonepat
"These events are planned with the aims to enhance domestic competition, mass participation and to give an opportunity to the archers of the Northern region," AAI secretary general Pramod Chandurkar said in a release.
Jamshedpur to host 40th Senior Archery Nationals at Tata Archery Academy
The 10-day competition will be organised at the Tata Archery Academy as part of celebrations for the establishment's 25th anniversary.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Olympic-bound Indian archers to miss Stage 2 World Cup in Switzerland due to visa issue
The Indian archers will now directly compete in the Stage 3 World Cup in Paris which will be the last Olympic qualification event for the Indian women's recurve team
Indian compound archers 'left stranded' on Friday; AAI says due to coach's COVID-19 case
The archery federation said it might have happened in its bid to separate them from the recurve group after a coach tested positive for COVID-19.
Tokyo Olympics-bound archers to receive second dose of COVID-19 vaccine before departing for World Cup
The World Cup Stage I, to be held from 19 April, will be the first tournament for the senior archers in the COVID era.
Coronavirus Outbreak: AAI secretary general Pramod Chandurkar manufacturing PPE kits at archery equipment factory
Chandurkar, who coached India team to the Asian Cup gold in 1989, also owns a company, Ruth India, which manufactures archery equipment and sportswear
Coronavirus Outbreak: AAI working with Sports Ministry to facilitate treatment of three-time Olympian Limba Ram amidst pandemic
Limba Ram has developed swelling in both his legs after his injections could not be administered due to the ongoing nationwide lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic
Coronavirus Outbreak: Archery Association of India to start online lessons for coaches, players during lockdown
There will be a coach development programme and sports science lectures on physiology, biochemistry, strength-conditioning, nutrition and doping among others till 12 May
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Deepika Kumari hopes Archery Association of India learns from mistakes after lifting of suspension
Newly-elected AAI president Arjun Munda, who defeated BVP Rao for the top post, also reacted with excitement to the lifting of suspension by World Archery
Union minister Arjun Munda elected as president of Archery Association of India
Munda's entire panel secured majority share of votes and were elected for a full tenure of four years.
Arjun Munda to be up against BVP Rao for Archery Association of India president's post as faction-ridden association eyes new dawn
The suspended and faction-ridden Archery Association of India (AAI) will hope for a new beginning when it goes to polls on Saturday on the directions of the Delhi High Court.
World Archery appoints observer for AAI polls, suspension set to be lifted conditionally
Following a discussion with the IOA president Narinder Batra, the World Archery decided to send its vice-president, Kazi Rajib Uddin Ahmed Chapol as an observer
Sports Authority of India to arrange accommodation after archers competing in Olympic qualifiers are left to fend for themselves
The Sports Ministry's decision came after reports claimed that Olympians like Deepika Kumari, Bombayla Devi and Atanu Das were left to fend for themselves after arriving in Pune for the selection trials
Sports minister Kiren Rijiju urges national federations to avoid doing anything which might lead to suspension
Lamenting that archers Deepika Kumari and Ankita Bhakat were forced to compete under the IOC flag, sports minister Kiren Rijiju on Thursday urged national federations to not be involved in anything that leads to their suspension.
Asian Archery Championships: Atanu Das leads charge as Indian archers pick up three bronze medals, ensure at least as many silvers
Das, who had also won a bronze in the recurve mixed team competition with Deepika Kumari on Monday, later completed a hat-trick of bronze medals by finishing on the podium in the men's recurve team event as well