Team USA Shoots To Win
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Team USA Shoots To Win

You’ve seen the opening ceremonies and met the athletes, but there’s plenty more to see since we last checked in with Team USA. Of the 50 nations fielding archers this year, by Saturday morning, only 18 could still hope to take home a medal. Among those few were the men of Team USA, including South […]

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Archery in Schools
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Archery in Schools

[Narrator] This is Passport to Texas. Archery—the original shooting sport—fell out of favor as a component of physical education in public schools some years ago. But, now, thanks to the National Archery in Schools program, interest in the sport is growing fast. The National Archery in Schools program certifies teachers as instructors. Educators learn the […]

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Flyboard Archery Trickshots!
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Flyboard Archery Trickshots!

Hi, this is John with Archery Tag and we’re here at the Color Me Rad in Auburn, IN June 2014. As you know, I like to shoot apples… and uh… We’re here with Austin with uh… Who are you with? Up in the Air Watersports! He’s gonna be hovering above the water with this… what […]

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Lennox Archer Among World’s Best
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Lennox Archer Among World’s Best

Cole Feterl comes from a hunting family, – Bow releases … so he came by archery naturally. “My mom got my dad a bow, ‘cuz he just hunted with a rifle, and she got him one for his anniversary for bow hunting, and I just wanted to do it, too,” Feterl said. Feterl has been […]

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