The Archery Association of India (AAI) on Thursday formed an three-member enquiry committee to investigate into the men's compound archers' failure to turn up at a bronze medal play-off in the World University Games held earlier this month in Gwangju, Korea.
The Archery Association of India (AAI) today issued a show-cause notice to the archers and coaching staff of the Indian men's compound team after they failed to turn up for a bronze medal play-off match in the recently-held World University Games.
Indian men's compound archery team has brought the country to shame after failing to turn up for a bronze medal play-off match in the World University Games, which prompted the Archery Association of India to order a probe into the matter.
Livid after 21 members of its 31-strong team were denied US visas, the Archery Association of India (AAI) on Friday decided to withdraw from the World Youth Archery Championships in that country as a mark of protest.
With just little more than a year to go for the 2016 Rio Olympics, the Archery Association of India (AAI) is desperately looking for a new sponsor after Tata decided to pull out midway into a three-year deal.
Archery Association of India (AAI) president Vijay Malhotra on Saturday congratulated the Indian compound archery team for its splendid performance in the ongoing 17th Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.
Archery Association of India (AAI) president Vijay Kumar Malhotra felicitated the Indian contingent at a function here Sunday for collecting seven medals at the recently concluded Asian Grand Prix Archery Championship in Bangkok.
Archery Association of India president Vijay Kumar Malhotra today congratulated the Indian junior archery for winning an impressive haul of four medals, including one gold at the Asian Grand Prix Championship in Ulannbaatar, Mongolia.
The President of Archery Association of India (AAI), Vijay Kumar Malhotra on Monday congratulated Indian archery contingent for winning a gold and two bronze medals in the third World Cup Archery Championship at Medellin, Columbia.
With the confidence of women archers "shattered" by the recent incident of alleged sexual misconduct and a suicide in the Army Sports Institute in Pune, the Archery Association of India could shift the venue of the national camp for next month`s World Cup stage III.
Expressing shock over the untimely death of India international Pratima Boro, Archery Association of India president V K Malhotra on Saturday demanded that the inquiry report into the tragic incident be sent to him "at the earliest".