Great Britain now has five confirmed places at the 2016 Paralympics - plus four more archers in medal matches after today's action at the World Archery Para Championships and Paralympic qualifier in Donaueschingen.
Archery GB's Performance Pathway has undergone a period of unprecedented change in line with our commitment to building a system which delivers athletes capable of winning medals on the World, Olympic and Paralympic stage.
Reporting to the GB Performance Pathway Manager, the post holder will work to support the identification, recruitment and development of athletes and coaches capable of delivering future performance success in Tokyo, 2020 and beyond. Other key responsibilities include tracking, benchmarking and profiling of athletes and coaches and working with stakeholders to drive up performance standards across our sport.
This is an exciting time for archery in Nottinghamshire; following the success of the National Series Finals held in the City, the 2016 European Championships will be taking place in Nottingham city centre.
Archery GB has recently awarded almost £9000 to a number of clubs and organisations through this year's ontarget and disability small grants scheme. This funding has been made available through Sport England, as part of Archery GB's Whole Sport Plan, and The Worshipful Company of Fletchers.