Namibian’s top junior recurve Archer Xander Reddig has received his final touches ahead of the Junior Olympics in August when he participated at a training camp with world renowned trainer Kim Hyung-Tak outside South Korean Capital Seoul from 22nd June to 3rd July.

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Within the framework of the local NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program), a total of 70 kids from 7 different Namibia Schools will meet at the Archery range of the SKW on Saturday and hope to make their dream of participating at the Archery All Stars come true.

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Three Namibian archers competed this past week at the bi-annual World Field Archery Championships in Yankton, South Dakota (USA).

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64 archers from seven different Namibian schools converged on the SKW archery range on Saturday to not only work on their skill set, but to also battle it out for one of only 16 places for the NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) Investec All Stars in Rustenburg/South Africa from 9th to 12th October.

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For the first time in history four Southern African countries competed at the All Star Africa Championship from 10th to 11thOctober at the Civics Centre in Rustenburg, South Africa. The competing nations – Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa – each had teams of 16 archers from grades 4 to 12 shooting their arrows at distances of 10 and 15 metres.

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Sebastian Fechter was on top of his game Saturday when the Namibian archer won the 2014 Teuguni Shoot at SKW. The tournament, which got it’s name courtesy of a Namibian farmer who was known for breeding Teuguni cattle and who played an integral role in the start of the SKW archery range, was open to all local archers. More than 20 participants battled it out.

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The Archery Association of Namibia (AAN) is sending four archers to compete in the African Championships in Luxor, Egypt from 10- 13 October.

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After a successful AFRO Pumps Shoot a fortnight ago, Namibia’s archers are gearing up for the second competition of the year.

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Namibia’s archers will kick-off the 2015 season this weekend 24th January when they meet at the SKW facilities for the annual AFRO Pumps Shoot. This event marks the first official competition of the year.

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Namibia’s NASP program for archers is continuing to grow rapidly.

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Louw Nel has defended his title in the compound men’s category at last weekend’s AFRO Pumps Archery Shoot.

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The Archery Association of Namibia (AAN) is leaving no stone unturned in further developing their sport in the country.

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Francois Marais and Elisabeth Taljaard were the standout shooters during last weekend’s Moruti Spar Shoot in Tsumeb as they won the compound men and compound women divisions respectively.

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On Tuesday Namibia’s archers participated in the 720 ranking round and were seeded for the Elimination rounds according to their scores.

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The Archery Association of Namibia (AAN) sent a team of 18 archers to compete this week at the 2015 South African National Archery Championships in Johannesburg.

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Our well know Recurve archer Xander Reddig was part of the Namibian team that went to the Youth Commonwealth games in Samoa.

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A team of 16 Namibian NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) archers participated in the All Stars competition hosted in Rustenburg, South Africa last Friday and Saturday, 2-3 October.

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The past weekend was not only for Carnival, but, Berg Op School from Okahandja hosted a NASP competition yielding 58 archers from all over Namibia!

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Brightstar Montesory School from Luderitz hosted a NASP competition on the 20th of June 2015.

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The Africa Regional Field Archery Championships (ARFAC) 2015 took place at Hartebeesport Dam, South Africa from 12-14 June.

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17 Namibian scholars have been selected for the Namibian NASP team that will leave for Nashville Tennessee, USA from 22-28 July to participate at the biggest National Archery in Schools program competition that will attract thousands of archers from all over the world!

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The 8th annual Namibian National Archery Championship took place in Tsumeb this past weekend (16-17 May 2015). The event, which was hosted by Tsumeb Archery Club and sponsored by the Archery Association of Namibia, had a total of 32 participants, including two archers from South Africa.

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The Namibian National Archery in the Schools Program’s (NASP) development team was one of five countries participating in Nashville, Tennessee (USA) at the NASP World Championships.

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Dear Sir/Madam

Notice of the Annual General Meeting 2015 of NASP Namibia (NASP NAM) Invitation to attend the Annual General Meeting of the NASP NAM

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The SKW Archery Club shoot was hosted this past weekend with 30 Archers from Windhoek and Tsumeb participating.

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On behalf of the Archery Association of Namibia, the Windhoek Field Archery and Bowhunting Club will host the annual Field Archery National Championships at their range near Heja Lodge on the 29th and 30th August.

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A small group of dedicated archers competed in the Namibian National Field Archery Championships last weekend (29-30 August).

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Namibian archery experienced an awesome day of top quality competition on September 19th in Windhoek.

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The past weekend was very important for Archery in Namibia. The archers who will represent Namibia at the 11thFederation of African Archery Championship & the Qualifier for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro (2016) as well as the World Games (2017) were determined.

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The Archery Association of Namibia (AAN), under auspices of the Namibian Sports Commission and Namibian National Olympic Committee and in association with World Archery (WA), has successfully won the bid to host the 11th Federation of African Archery Championship in Windhoek.

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Archery is growing at encouraging rates in Namibia with 25 NASP archers and 40 target archers participating in the year-end shoot.

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MEDIA RELEASE

February 1st 2016

Attention: The News Editor

MEDIA RELEASE

Namibia hosted the 11th Federation of African Archery (FAA) Championship and the African Continental Qualifying Tournament for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro 2016, as well as the World Games in Wroclaw, Poland 2017.

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On the 6th until 7th of August NASP NAM will host the 1st Namibian National Archery in the Schools Program National Championship at SKW Archery Range.

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In January the Archery Association of Namibia hosted the 11th Federation of African Archery (FAA) Championship and the African Continental Qualifying Tournament for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro 2016 and the World Games in Wroclaw, Poland 2017.

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This coming weekend, the 23rd of April 2016, is the last chance for 32 NASP archers to secure theirplace on the team going to the 2016 NASP ALL NATION ALL-STAR CHAMPIONSHIP in South Africa.

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INVITATION

FAA level 1 coach’s course

At SKW Archers – Windhoek

22nd May – 27th May 2016

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Tsumeb, May 28, 2016: Louw Nel & Babette Taljaard secured gold medals at the Sakka Shoot archery competition held in Tsumeb at JP Radledge Stadion.

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In 2011 the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) was started in Namibia.

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Namibian Field Archery Nationals for 2016 was hosted by Sparta Sports Club (Walvis Bay) on the Klein Eden Guest Farm in the Omaruru district on the 11th and 12th of June 2016. 20 archers from across Namibia participated, with some coming from as far as Luderitz and Tsumeb.

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Namibian archer Ilana Malan represented Namibia at the Hyundai Archery World Cup in Antalya, Turkey from June 13-18.

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Saturday 30th July you are invited to a fun night shoot at SKW Archers.

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The National Archery in the Schools Program, NASP, is presenting its 4th ALL-STAR CHAMPIONSHIP, when countries and 144 archers will be competing to be crowned champions in the world, namely:

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From 10 - 17 July, 45 Namibians visited the Alpine Heath Resort in South Africa for the 4th NASP All Star - All National Archery Championship. Both the Namibia National team and the Namibia “Development” team competed at this event.

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On 23rd July, Berg-Op Academy hosted a NASP Archery competition and had 69 participants from 9 different schools/ organisations.

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Over the last two days (6&7 August 2016), 109 archers from 12 schools/organisations competed in the first Namibian NASP CHAMPIONSHIP at the SKW Sportsgrounds in Windhoek.

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Walvis Bay, August 28, 2016:A total of 13 National records were shattered this past weekend when Sparta Archery Club hosted a very successful 9th Annual Namibian National Archery Championship.

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MEDIA RELEASE 4 OCTOBER, 2016

JOLIEN ELS WINS WORLD FIELD ARCHERY TITLE FOR THE FIRST TIME!

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Final Practice for Namibian Archers

It was a very cold 3.5 degrees with strong easterly wind on Saturday 17 September at the Heja Field Archery range.

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On Saturday, September 17, archers from Namibia’s National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) met for a competition for the first time in Otavi.

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A chilly Saturday morning, greeted 118 archers on the WBPHS rugby field for the first NASP competition to be held at the coast.

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On Saturday, 22 October 2016 Walvis Bay Private High School will host their first NASP archery championship. Archers will compete individually and as teams.Schools like Windhoek Gymnasium, Home School Carpe Diem, SKW Development, BrightstartMontessori, Elnatan Stampriet, Berg – op Akademie, Gobabis Gymnasium, Koës Private School, Community Hope School and St Paul’s College to name a few are well represented.We are looking forward to welcoming 118 archers in total.

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Namibia hosted the 11th FAA Championships & African Continental Qualifying Tournament for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro 2016, from 28-31 January 2016 at DTS, Windhoek.

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