The exceptional containment and measures that have been established around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic have made it very difficult to practice many sporting activities and to access […]
Dear archers, coaches and visitors: We regret to inform you that the WAEC decided to cancel the indoor competition scheduled on Sunday, 15 March to prevent the potential spread of […]
Article written by Maria Peredo Silva. The World Archery Excellence Centre hosted the 22nd annual Indoor de Lausanne tournament, organised by the Compagnie des Archers de Lausanne and supported by […]
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The first Summer Kids Camp of the year was taking place at the World Archery Excellence Centre from July 8 to 12. On this occasion, 17 participants discovered archery and […]
On July 6 and 7, the World Archery Excellence Centre was welcoming French archers Robin Gardeur and Steve Adet for a second instinctive training camp, following the first one they […]
The first edition of the Hyundai Outdoor Matchplay Classic, a new competition dedicated to matches, was organised at the World Archery Excellence Centre on July 6. On this occasion, 33 […]
On June 29 and 30, the Compagnie des Archers de Lausanne organised the 44th edition of its annual competition, the “Challenge de Lausanne”. As last year, recurve archers were shooting […]
The World Archery Excellence Centre congratulates Ruman Shana for his bronze medal, and Marlyse Hourtou for achieving the Minimum Qualifying Score for Tokyo 2020 at the Hyundai World Archery Championships.
Ruman Shana from Bangladesh benefited in 2018 from an Olympic Solidarity scholarship at the World Archery Excellence Centre. By getting to the third individual place in the World Archery Championships, he also earned a qualification quota place for Bangladesh for the next Olympic Games, taking place in Tokyo, Japan in 2020.
Marlyse Hourtou from Chad is now training since October 2018 at the World Archery Excellence Centre as an Olympic Solidarity scholarship archer, along with Areneo David from Malawi and Mahmoud Abdelwahab from Sudan who started their scholarship in May 2018.
The World Archery Excellence Centre and its staff is proud to have supported their goals and dreams. We wish their results will keep improving to make them reach the gold.
Read more about the Olympic Solidarity scholarship archers’ training at the World Archery Excellence Centre and their participation to the World Archery Championships in the upcoming days on our website.