Most people, regardless of age, gender, ability or impairment, can take part in archery as a recreational activity or as a serious sport.
The great thing about it is that all archers, regardless of ability or disability, shoot together in the same competitions and from the same shooting line.
Archery can help you build strength, coordination and focus and can also be a good way to meet new people with similar interests.
You can go as far as your ambition takes you. If you want to shoot socially at a club, that’s great. If you want more, there is a framework in place to help you achieve your full potential including competing at a Paralympic Games.
Things you might need to get started:
All equipment needed to get started can be provided by a club. This includes:
- Arm Guard
Find out more
Archery GB is the National Governing Body of Archery in the UK. To get in touch go to www.archerygb.org/contact-us/
You can find our more about where you can try Disability Archery here: www.archerygb.org/clubs-facilities-development/clubs/club-resources-2/disability-archery/