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Live Reporting

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  1. What are the World Archery Championships?

    Around 600 athletes from 90 countries will compete at the world championships in ’s-Hertogenbosch.

    This year’s World Archery Championships marks the 50th edition of the event, which started back in 1931.

    Competitors have not just got their sights set on world titles but also on those coveted quota places for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

    South Korea won eight of out a total of 30 medals in the last World Championships in Mexico City in 2017.

    France's Sebastien Peineau is looking to retain his individual compound title, having won two years ago.

    Brady Ellison of United States
  2. How to watch on the BBC

    All times in BST and are subject to change

    The BBC will have live coverage of the recurve team finals and recurve mixed team and individual finals, on Sunday. Live coverage is available on the BBC Sport website via Connected TVs or on the BBC Sport app.

    Whilst you can catch up with all of the action again on the BBC iPlayer.

    Saturday 15, June

    Team matches from 09:00 BST

    Individual matches from 13:45 BST

  3. Get into archery

    Get Inspired


    Fancy yourself as the next Robin Hood?

    Archery is the age-old art of propelling an arrow towards a target with unerring accuracy. As a competitive sport or just a recreational activity, it's very popular all across Britain with clubs teeming with budding archers.

    Archery doesn't require a lot of mobility making it accessible to a huge range of people. It is, however, a good workout and is very social. It helps you build muscle endurance and flexibility, develop hand-eye co-ordination and body strength.

    You can find out about getting involved in archery here.