1st Tibetan teenager archery team set up in NW China

April 6th, 2010 No comments

BEIJING, April 6 (Xinhuanet) — China’s first folk Tibetan teenager archery team was set up Monday in Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, according to tibet.cn.

Designed to protect and carry forward the Tibetan archery culture, the team consists of 14 girls and 36 boys at and above grade four in primary schools.

It is also the first time for girls in China’s Tibetan-inhabited areas to be included in this sport and encouraged to master archery skills and take part in related traditional activities.

Meanwhile, the Qinghai Provincial Sports Federation has financed the team with specified equipment as required by the International Archery Association, in a bid to help this local sport be integrated with modern athletics better.

By Zhang Mingyu

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Invitation to the 3rd Asian Grand Prix 2010

March 24th, 2010 No comments

The Chinese Taipei Archery Association (CTAA) will organise the 3rd Asian Grand Prix 2010 in Taipei from 28 June to 4 July 2010. All the members and honorary members of the Asian Archery Federation are invited to participate in this competition that will count for the World Ranking.

Download the invitation form here: (Word format) (PDF format)

End of preliminary registration: 28 March 2010
Final entries: 1 May 2010

Ping-Kun CHIU
Secretary General
Chinese Taipei Archery Association

General Technical Regulations for the 8th World University Archery Championship

March 21st, 2010 No comments


The 8th World University Archery Championship (hereinafter referred to as the Championship)


International University Sports Federation (FISU)


Federation University Sports of China (FUSC)

Chinese Archery Association

Executive Office of the Organizing Committee for the 26th Summer Universiade Shenzhen

Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Culture, Sports and Tourism


September 23-26, 2010


Shenzhen Stadium (Sungang West Road, Sports Center, Shenzhen)

6.Official Hotel

Shenzhen Silver Lake Resort Hotel (No. 38, Yinhu Road, Luohu District, Shenzhen)

a. The Organizing Committee provides accommodation for all archers and team officials in the main building of the Silver Lake Resort Hotel.

b. The Organizing Committee provides accommodation for VIPs and technical officers in the villa section of the Silver Lake Resort Hotel.

7.International Supervision, Control, and Arbitration Committee

All decisions taken at the time of the championship by the C.I.S.C.A ,which is set up by the Executive Committee of FISU are final The C.I.S.C.A is composed of:

a. Chairman, a delegate of the FISU Executive Committee

b. A delegate of International Archery Federation (FITA)

c. Chairman of FISU Technical Commission (CT)

d. A delegate from the FISU Medical Commission (CM)

e. A delegate from Chinese Archery Association

f. A representative of the Organizing Committee

8.Technical Committee

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