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Oh grabs gold in Individual Archery
Oh Jin-hyek ended Republic of Korea's long wait for a men's Individual Archery Olympic title with a stunning display to defeat Japan's Takaharu Furukawa 7-1 in the final at Lord's.
3rd August 2012

Ki stays on course
Top seed Ki Bo Bae led the charge to the quarter-finals of the women's Archery at Lord's with a straight sets win over Ren Hayakawa.
2nd August 2012

Kumari sent crashing out
World number one Deepika Kumari was sent out in the first round of the women's Individual Archery at Lord's.
1st August 2012

Van Lamoen suffers quick exit
World champion Denisse van Lamoen has been defeated in the first round of the women's Individual Archery competition at Lord's.
31st July 2012

Republic of Korea claim another gold
Republic of Korea maintained their remarkable record in women's Team Archery, winning a seventh consecutive Olympic gold at Lord's Cricket Ground.
29th July 2012

Gold success for Italian archers
Italy claimed gold in the men's Archery Team event as Michele Frangilli held his nerve to hit a 10 with the last arrow of the final against the USA.
28th July 2012

Archery world records broken
The Republic of Korea has claimed the first world records of London 2012 with a stunning display in the men's Archery ranking round.
27th July 2012

Archers prepare for action
The world's best archers will begin their bid for Olympic Games glory at Lord's Cricket Ground on Friday - just hours before the London 2012 Opening Ceremony takes place.
26th July 2012

London 2012: Alison Williamson selected for sixth Olympic Games
Alison Williamson has been selected for her sixth Olympic Games, as Team GB's archery team was unveiled at Lord's.
9th May 2012

London 2012: Archer Alison Williamson faces wait to learn 2012 fate
Shropshire archer Alison Williamson is facing an anxious wait as she bids to take part in her sixth Olympic Games.
25th April 2012

London 2012: Australian archer's father accused of bullying rival
The selection process for Australia's Olympic archery team has turned controversial, with the father of one hopeful accused of bullying one of her leading rivals.
29th March 2012

London 2012: Olympic hopeful Peter Wilson smashes shotgun world record
The London 2012 Olympic hopeful Peter Wilson smashed a world record on his way to victory in the ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Tucson, Arizona. The 25-year-old won the double trap men's final with a new record score of 198 hits out of 200 targets.
29th March 2012

Father of Australian archer handed harassment ban after 'bullying' rival
The father of an Australian Olympic archery hopeful has been banned from going within 200 metres of one of her rivals after being accused of bullying her, local media reported on Thursday.
29th March 2012

Gold is the target for 'glorified darts'
From William the Conqueror to Apache braves, the use of bows and arrows is among man's most long-established pursuits. Yet the sport of archery has not had the British public all of a quiver despite its Robin Hood romanticism.
18th March 2012

World record broken on the first day of the London Archery Classic
Korea's Im Dong-Hyun broke his own 72-arrow world record on the first day of the London 2012 Archery test event at Lord's Cricket Ground.
4th October 2011

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