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  1. A Basic Guide to Archery (An Official U.S. Olympic Committee Sports Series)
  2. Inside the Archer (Total Archery) by KiSik Lee, Tyler Benner, 2009
  3. Olympic Sports: Ice Hockey, Figure Skating, Track and Field Athletics, Gymnastics, Boxing, Discus Throw, Archery, Javelin Throw, Taekwondo
  4. Archery: An Olympic History, 1900-2004 by Christian D. Kinney, 2005-05
  5. Denise Parker: A Teenage Archer's Quest for Olympic Glory by Denise Parker, 2007-12-30
  6. Alison Williamson: An entry from Gale's <i>Notable Sports Figures</i> by Lorraine Savage, 2004
  7. Soviet Archers: Olympic Archers of the Soviet Union, Natalia Valeeva, Vladimir Yesheyev, Zebiniso Rustamova, Boris Isachenko, Valentyna Kovpan
  8. Rifle: Steps to Success (Steps to Success Activity Series) by Launi Meili, 2008-12-16

1. Sports - Olympics 2000
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After that, archery was struck out of the list of olympic sports. Arrow here,arrow there. In 1972 reentered archery the olympics. But with other parts.
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3. United States Olympic Committee
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Aquatics Archery Athletics Badminton ... Skiing RECOGNISED SPORTS Climbing, bridge, golf, roller skating and surfing are sports that are recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The International Sports Federations (IFs) that administer these sports must ensure that their statutes, practice and activities conform with the Olympic Charter. Learn more OLYMPIC SPORTS OF THE PAST Tug of war, rugby, polo, lacrosse, and golf were once on the Olympic programme. Have a closer look at these sports and discover others that have become a part of Olympic history. Learn more WINTER SPORTS Discover the technique of all Olympic disciplines with flash animations.

5. - Olympic Sports - Archery - SI's Alex Wolff: Shoot To Thrill - Tuesda
A Bhutanese archery competition might go on for four days. Archers take aim from145 meters away, far beyond the olympic distances of From sports Illustrated.


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Latest: Tuesday September 19, 2000 04:28 AM SYDNEY, Australia In the neighborhood of nations, Bhutan is a latecomer to the block party. Accessible only on horseback or by foot as recently as the 1960s, not admitted to the United Nations until the 1970s, and without TV until fewer than two years ago, the Himalayan mountain kingdom didn't show up at an Olympics until 1984. That year, and every Games since, Bhutan has sent only one kind of athlete to the world's greatest carnival of sport. Archery is Bhutan's national pastime. But Olympic archery scarcely resembles the sport that the country's two Olympians, Tshering Chhoden and Jubzhang, practice back home. A Bhutanese archery competition might go on for four days. Bows aren't factory-made from fiberglass, but hand-carved of bamboo, with bowstring fashioned from the tissal plant. Arrows have feathers but, says team manager Karma Dorji

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7. - Olympic Sports - U.S. Olympic Archery Team - Wednesday September 06,
Secondplace qualifier in the US olympic Trials; Won the after competing for the USJunior archery Team in CNNSI, Copyright © 2001 CNN/sports Illustrated An AOL


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MEN: Richard Johnson Rod White Vic Wunderle WOMEN: Adrienne Dykman Denise Parker Karen Scavotto MEN Richard Johnson Age: Height: Weight: Birthdate: Aug. 30, 1955 Hometown: Woodstock, Conn. Olympic History: Competing in his third Olympic Games, he won a gold medal as part of the U.S. team at the 1996 Games in Atlanta. Individually, he finished 18th at the '92 Barcelona Games and 11th in '96. Johnson currently holds world records for Olympic Round Match 18 arrows (179), 36-arrow Finals Total (344) and indoor 12-arrow match (a perfect 120). Accomplishments:
  • Six-time defending U.S. Indoor Champion
  • Won the World Indoor trials in 1995 and 1997
  • U.S. Outdoor Champion in '96 and '97
  • Helpled U.S. win a team gold at the '99 Pan Am Games, won individual bronze
  • 1998 National Archery Association Male Athlete of the Year
  • Eight-time Professional Archery Association National Champion
  • 11-time National Field Archery Association National Champion Back to the top Rod White Age: Height: Weight: Birthdate: March 1, 1977
  • 8. SPORTS FACTS - Archery - Olympic Games
    Tony Hinchliffe's sports Facts History archery olympic Games HOME DIARY HISTORYLINKS archery On This Page Men Women See Also What's New archery was first
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    Women See Also What's New Archery was first included in the Olympics from 1900 until 1908 then re-included in 1920 (in the 'Belgian style'). It was finally included in the 1972 games in Munich. It is now competed for over double FITA rounds. Team events were added in 1988 in Seoul. Men's Individual 1972 John Williams (USA) Gunnar Jervill (Swe) Kyosti Laasonen (Fin) 1976 Darrell Pace (USA) Hiroshi Michinaga (Jpn) Carlo Ferrari (Ita) 1980 Tomi Poikolainen (Fin) Boris Isachenko (Sov) Giancarlo Ferrari (Ita) 1984 Darrell Pace (USA) Richard McKinney (USA) Hiroshi Yamamoto (Jpn) 1988 Jay Barrs (USA) Sung-soo Park (Kor) Vladimir Echeev (Sov) 1992 Sebastien Flute (Fra) Jae-hun Chung (Kor) Simon Terry (GBR) 1996 Justin Huish (USA) Magnus Petersson (Swe) Oh Kyo-Moon (Kor) 2000 Simon Fairweather (Aus) Victor Wunderle (USA) Wietse Van Alten (Hol) Men's Team 1992 Spain Finland Great Britain 1996 USA South Korea Italy 2000 South Korea Italy USA 1988 Korea - In-Soo Chun, Han-Sup Lee Sung-Soo Park USA - Jay Barrs, Richard McKinney, Darrell Pace GBR - Steve Hallard, Richard Priestman, Leroy Watson 1992 Spain - Juan C Holgado, Alfonso Menendez, Antonio Vazquez Finland - Ismo Falck, Jari Lipponen, Tomi Poikolainen GBR - Richard Priestman, Steve Hallard, Simon Terry 1996 USA - Justin Huish, Richard Johnson, Rod White Korea - Jang Yong-ho, Kim Bo-Ram, Oh Kyo-Moon Italy - Matteo Bisiani, Michelle Frangilli, Andrea Parenti

    9. USA Volleyball: Olympic Sports Links
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    USA VOLLEYBALL OLYMPIC SPORTS LINKS USA Volleyball is pleased to give you a fast, easy way to find other volleyball and sports sites. Simply click on any of the links bellow to get to that site. To request a link on our site contact Brent Buzbee or complete our link request form US Olympic Sports Sites: Archery (National Archery Association) Badminton (USA Badminton) Baseball (USA Baseball) Basketball (USA Basketball) ... Wrestling (USA Wrestling) LINKS: Main USAV Regions USAV Member Organizations Volleyball Clubs ... Donations

    10. Olympic Games Books
    A Basic Guide to archery US olympic Committee Listed under archery. A BasicGuide to Badminton (Official US olympic sports Series) Jeff Klemsak(Editor
    The Olympic Games Books on Olympic Sports and Athletes Related Books Sports Books Index Archery

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    by John Naber (Editor) (Perfect Paperback - February 1999) by U.S. Olympic Committee (Editor) (Hardcover) Fiercely Driven by Chris Lori, Ken Lori (Contributor) (Paperback) One Day in September : The Full Story of the 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre and the Israeli Revenge Operation, Wrath of God by Simon Reeve (Hardcover - September 2000) Gold in the Water: The True Story of Ordinary Men and Their Extraordinary Dream of Olympic Glory by P. H. Mullen Jr. (Hardcover) First to the Wall, 100 Years of Olympic Swimming by Kelly A. Gonsalves, et al Listed under Swimming The Amateurs David Halberstam Listed under Rowing The Ancient Olympic Games Judith Swaddling Paperback: 112 pages Univ of Texas Pr; ISBN: 0292777515; 2nd edition (January 2000) Ancient Olympics (Olympic Library) Richard Tames Library Binding / Published 1995 A Basic Guide to Archery U.S. Olympic Committee

    11. : Other Olympic Sports
    Is Questionable for olympics After Car Accident Making the Cut Women's sports HitNew Set No Go Actress Geena Davis Loses Bid for Spot on olympic archery Team.

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    12. Medal Sports Olympic Debut
    Medal sports olympic Debut. archery, 19001908; 1920; 1972-. Athletics. Jumping;Running; Shot-Put; Discus; Javelin; Hammer Throw. 1896; 1896; 1896; 1896; 1908;1900.
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  • 13. Pass The Olympic Sports Revitalization Act Petition
    1981 and 1999, in five olympic women's sportsgymnastics, fencing, field hockey,archery, and badmintonand eleven olympic men's sportswrestling, tennis
    Pass the Olympic Sports Revitalization Act
    View Current Signatures Sign the Petition To: US Senate, US House of Representatives, Senators John McCain, Ted Stevens, Conrad Burns, Trent Lott, Kay Bailey Hutchinson, Olympia Snowe, Sam Brownback, Gordon Smith, Peter Fitzgerald, John Ensign, George Allen, Daniel Inouye, John Rockefeller, John Kerry, John Breaux, Byron Dorgan, Ron Wyden, Max Cleland, Barbara Boxer, John Edwards and Jean Carnahan This is a very little known bill which is currently at the committee level S.1085, known as the “Olympic Sports Revitalization Act” ("":). Senator Paul D. Wellstone (of Minnesota) introduced the bill that if passed, would revitalize Olympic sports in the US.
    Please read through the bill and sign the petition to pass this bill. A lot of great sports are suffering. Please help them.
    107th CONGRESS
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    To provide for the revitalization of Olympic sports in the United States.
    June 21, 2001

    14. Olympic Sports
    offers archery Melbourne offers a quality archery training and of 40% of the AustralianOlympic Athletics team. state of the art Melbourne sports and Aquatic

    15. Olympic Sports Overview
    Trampoline is one of two sports making their will award the two remaining Olympicspots with archery; Badminton (doubles); Basketball; Beach Volleyball; Canoe/Kayak
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  • Featured Competition: Modern Pentathlon Debut Sport: Trampoline Individual: Men Only Individual: Women Only ... Featured Competition: Rowing

  • By Pamela Rice Hahn
    It's almost time for Olympic Fever. The kids will barely be back in school when from September 15 to October 1, 2000, most of us will be glued to our television sets, watching the games taking place in Sydney, Australia.
    The 2000 Summer Olympic Competition events fall within the following categories:
  • Featured Competition: Modern Pentathlon
    Debut Sport: Trampoline
    Individual: Men Only
    Individual: Women Only
    Team Events: Men Only Team Events: Women Only Team Events: Men and Women Equestrian Debut Sport: Triathlon Featured Competition: Rowing
  • Featured Competition: Modern Pentathlon This event isn't for slackers. It also helps if you're a morning person, too. Competition starts at 5:30 A.M. with a pistol shoot at a bull's-eye target 10 meters away. After that, there's the dueling and fencing for "first blood," where a single touch wins. Then it's on to the pool, where competitors swim a 200-meter sprint; stroke style is each competitor's choice. Without even taking time to dry off, competitors head to the equestrian arena where they each coax an unfamiliar horse around and over a course of fences. Then, after "resting" atop that horse for a bit, there's a final, two-mile cross-country run. The entire competition takes about 12 hours.

    16. Africa Online - Kenya Sports
    News/Information Business/Finance Computing Travel sports Music Women Kids AfricaOnline Info Contact Us The Kenya olympic Team. archery graphics archery.

    17. Australia: The Games And The New Millennium
    archery first appeared in France. Park DATES September 16 to October 1, 2000 Basketballhas become one of the moist popular olympic sports mainly because of
    Let the Games Begin!! Links: Rochedale State School I Sydney Morning Herald I Official Olympic Games Page I IOC I Australian Olympic Committee Main Australian Medals Photos of the Games ... Email
    Olympic Sports:
    There are 28 sports represented at the modern Olympics, compared to the very first Olympics back in 776 BC where a "stadion" footrace was the only event held. A thletics:
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    18. Fund Olympic Sports
    from 20022006) to the olympic movement, targeting sports identified include Women'ssportsgymnastics, fencing, field hockey, archery, team handball
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    Gymnastics! Find out how Updated August 1st, 2002 Remember "ISUFan" Support the Olympic Sports Revitalization Act The following text is adapted from an email is being circulated around the College Gymnastics coaching community. If you have the time please email or write your congressman concerning the crisis Olympic sports are facing. Below is all the information you need to help the sport of gymnastics. Please take a moment and email or write your congressman. Please also pass this information on to anyone else you think would be interested in helping!
    Senator Paul Wellstone of Minnesota ( Web Site ) has submitted a Bill ( S. 1085

    19. Olympic Sports
    Medal Count • Events • TV Schedule • Venues • Sydney • Photo gallery •Related links • More sports •, olympic Events. archery, badminton, baseball.
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    Archery Basics Equipment The Field Technique
    The Basics

    Each arrow earns a score corresponding to the circle in which it lands.
    An arrow hitting a dividing line earns the higher value.
    An arrow embedded in another arrow earns the score of the first arrow.
    Basic Scoring An arrow that bounces off or goes through the target counts and is scored if the mark can be identified. A Robin Hood is earned when an archer drives an arrow deep into another arrow already stuck in the bullseye. Sources: International Olympic Committee; Olympic Coordination Authority; United States Olympic Committee; The World Almanac 2000; "Rules of the Game"; "Summer Games Access"; "What's What in Sports" [an error occurred while processing this directive] [an error occurred while processing this directive] [News] [Sports] [Business] [Showcase] ... [Home] [an error occurred while processing this directive]

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