The Robin Hood Pole Archery Club is pleased to provide a number of links below to websites we think will be of interest to anyone looking for additional information about pole archery, or archery in general.
A special thank you is extended to the The Belgian Archery Museum for allowing us to use the animated archer to the right on our website! Please visit their website for information about the history of pole archery in Belgium and throughout Europe: http://users.skynet.be/musee-arc-rixensart/index-en.html
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Founded in 1895 and located at 407 Provencher Avenue, Winnipeg, the Belgian Club is an important part of the Robin Hood Pole Archery Club history.
Winnipeg Free Press Article
A recent article published in the Winnipeg Free Press about Robin Hood and Pole Archery.
St. Sebastionette Archery Club (Winnipeg)
A women’s archery club closely associated with the Robin Hood and St. Sebastian’s archery clubs in Winnipeg.
Archery Manitoba (formerly the Archers & Bowhunters Association of Manitoba (ABAM)) is the Provincial Governing Body of the Sport of Archery in Manitoba.
The Robin Hood Archery Club provides a booth and demonstration each year at Folklorama, a festival which celebrates different cultures and is the largest and longest running multicultural event of its kind in the world.
We Blog The World
An article and video interview with Robin Hood club members about pole archery.
Heartland Archery is an indoor archery range located in Winnipeg.
A great article about pole archery on Wikipedia.
Pole Archery Sites in Europe
Below are some links to pole archery clubs and sites in Europe with some interesting photos about how the sport of pole archery is shot overseas. Please note the following sites will open in a new window.
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The Belgian Archery Museum http://users.skynet.be/musee-arc-rixensart/index-en.html Please visit this site for an explanation on the origins of archery and the history of pole archery in Belgium and Europe.
Other Sites of interest
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Check out this recent article published in the Winnipeg Free Press about Robin Hood
and Pole Archery.