Archery (sport) is a type of sport in which the shot and arrow are madeprecisely and distantly


According to the rules of the competition, the athlete or team that will win the more points. He is an Olympic sport since 1900.


1 Development:
1.1 Famous Competitions
2 History
3 Olympics Winners:
3.1 Individual result:
3.2 Team Outcome:
4 Innovative
5 Regulation:
5.1 Total
5.2 Targets:
5.3 Distance:
5.4 Discipline
5.5 Qualification:
5.6 Final
5.7 Olympic Games
6 Notes:
7 External links


As the world’s sporting archive center, the FITA (Fédération Internationale de Tir à l’Arc) is the International Archery Federation (FRF).

FITA (Fédération Internationale de Tir à l’Arc) International Federation of Archery, founded in 1931, brings together 140 national federations (2008), the headquarters is in Lausanne, Switzerland, the president is Ugur Erdeler (Turkey) (official languages, English, French).

EMAU (European and Mediterranean Archery Union) European and Mediterranean Archery Association. Created in 1988.

President of the Russian Archery Federation Vladimir Nikolaevich Esheyev.

The most common international regulations by which Olympic Games are held are World and European tournaments fired from the distance set for FITA targeted by an article in the article. Less common types such as field archery, shoot biathlon, firing targeted targets, vertical archival targets, all under the auspices of FITA [2].

Famous contests

The Archery World Championship (outside) is held once in 2 years, in the Odds.
Archery World Cup (outside) is held every year.


FITA was created in 1931. World Championships have also been held since 1931. In the mid-1950s, the management of M1 and M2 developed into a popular competition program.

The archery penetrated the Olympics in 1900. In the 1900, 1904, 1908 and 1920s, various non-standard discipline (shooting 50, 60, 80 yards, etc.) was included in the game plan. Since 1924, this form was removed from the program due to the lack of general rules and returned to the 1972 Games, the M2 Disciplinary was restored. [3]

The archery in the USSR became a popular sport in the 1960s. In 1971, the first world champion became Emma Gapchenko. The main centers for sports development have emerged in Moscow, Central Asia, the Caucasus and Baikal. The most successful Soviet athletes appeared at the Olympic Games in Moscow, where Ketevan Luodzipiszde became the champion in individual championships.

In the early 1980’s, he developed a new rule, which was designed to include in the game dynamics and fun, duel fights in the Olympics. Since 1988, team tournaments have increased in the Olympic Games.

In the 1999-2000s, the rules were constantly changing. After the Olympic Games in 2008, major changes were planned, making the archery more closely related to the biathlon. The calculation of the number should be based on the principle “hit or not”. Heavyweight archers from 1950 to 1980 are included in the US team. At that time, leaders in that sport were South Korea, the US, China, and Italy.

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