- EIAC 2020 Event Report
LISBURN, NORTHERN IRELAND An event report about the IFAA European Indoor Archery Championships, hosted by…
- EFAC 2019 Event Report
IFAA Field Championships are not for the feint-hearted. They are difficult for many reasons. Archers must be able to shoot 112 arrows for four out of the five days of shooting.
- WBHC 2019
The 2019 IFAA World Bowhunter Championships was hosted at the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center…
- IFAF National Champs 2019
Laois Archery pulled out all of the stops in hosting this years IFAF National Champs….
- UKIFAC 2019
On the 12-13th July, Afan Nedd Archers hosted the UK and Ireland Field Archery Championships…
- 2019 Indoor Mail Match
The 2019 Indoor Mail Match was a resounding success with 62 archers from IFAF competing. The huge Irish representation was made possible thanks to Dunbrody Archers and Laois Archery Club opening-up their indoor venues to all members of IFAF so that anyone wishing to take part in the IMM could do so.
- UKIFAC 2018 event report
The UK and Ireland Field Archery Championships (UKIFAC) is an annual two-day completion, usually held on the first weekend of July. This year, it was Scotland’s turn to host the event. Inverness Field Archery Club (IFAC), on behalf of the Scottish Field Archery Association (SFAA), opened their shoot grounds, located close to the village of Nairn, to competitors from the five member nations.
- EBHC 2018 Review
EBHC 2018 was based in Oberwiesenthal, a small village on the German-Czech board, 140 km from Dresden. Due to the size of this years’ EBHC – over 2000 competitors! – additional ranges were set-up in Bozi Dar, in the Czech Republic, approximately 4 km away. This year saw great interest in the event by IFAF members with 36 archers competing at EBHC.
- UKIFAC 2016 Review
It is said that all good things come to those who wait and so it was this year when the UK and Ireland of Ireland Field Archery Championships (UKIFAC) returned to quite possibly one of the most pristine field courses in the world; Kings Forrest Bowmen, located just outside the picturesque town of Bury St. Edmunds in the south-east of England.
- EBHC 2016 Review
This year saw the return of the European Bow Hunter Championships (EBHC) to the Saalbach-Hinterglemm region of Austria.
- Scorton 2016
Competition for the award of the Scorton Arrow was inaugurated on May 14th 1673. Continuous…
- IFAA WORLD INDOOR ARCHERY MAIL MATCH REVIEW (2010-2015)
A twist on the usual report with information being presented as statistical analysis of the demographic of IFAF Members’ styles and divisions and overall achievement between 2010 and 2015 .
- IFAA WBHC 2015 VIDEO
A montage of photos taken during the week long event which was the World Bowhunter Championships, in Godollo, Hungary in August.
- UKIFAC 2015 VIDEO
A short film has been created using photographs taken at the competition held on the outskirts of Waterford.
- IFAA World Indoor Archery Championships 2015
The IFAA’s Indoor Championships are run annually and alternate between a European and World event. This year’s competition, held in March, was a World Championships, held in Pärnu, Estonia, hosted by the Field Archery Association of Estonia (FAAE).
- SOUTH WEST CHALLENGE 2015 VIDEO
A short photo-video created from pictures taken during the 8-day competition held in the Devon and Somerset regions of the UK.
- IFAF 2014: A PICTORIAL REVIEW
A short video created using of photographs of IFAF members participating in all kinds of shoots, all over Europe during the past 12 months.
- BOWHUNTINGTEAM UNICORN 3D 2014
(GEMERT, NETHERLANDS) In August Bowhuntingteam Unicorn organise a 3D shoot. The 2-day competition, now in…
- EBHC 2014 Report
Well what a week of archery was had by the archers from Ireland recently in…
- IFAA’s World Archery Indoor Mail Match (WAIMM) 2014
The Indoor Mail Match has been running for several years at this stage. It comprises of 3 rounds of the IFAA Indoor
- UK & IRELAND FIELD ARCHERY CHAMPIONSHIPS (UKIFAC) 2011
A film created by HighWindMedia showcasing IFAF’s second UKIFAC event held in the grounds of Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford.