The National Field Archery Association (NFAA) and the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center have welcomed over 500 archers from all 50 states to Yankton for the NFAA national Roundup this week.
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A year ago when it was announced that Yankton would host the 2015 World Archery Youth Championships (WAYC), the Press & Dakotan news and sports staff realized we would have an incredible opportunity.
A busy week of practice and competition culminated this past weekend at Yankton’s NFAA Easton Archery Center as the medal rounds of the 2015 World Archery Youth Championships (WAYC) were held on a special range set up in front of the archery center. A large crowd, made up of locals and inter…
South Dakota native Cole Feterl lines up his shot during Saturday morning's Compound Cadet Team gold medal match against Great Britain at the World Archery Youth Championships in Yankton.
The United States went into the final day of the World Archery Youth Championships with a chance to bring home three different golds in Recurve Junior competition.
Cole Feterl followed the gold medal action from his computer at home in Lennox, watching — like millions of people around the world — the 2013 World Archery Youth Championships from Wuxi, China.
Friday’s 2015 World Archery Youth Championships (WAYC) mixed team and team eliminations concluded early, but for organizers, the day’s work was just beginning.
Shortly after arriving in Yankton on Thursday, Greg Easton got a tour of the facility that bears his family name and got a brief update on an event he once helped bring to the United States.
Archers competing in the 2015 World Archery Youth Championships (WAYC) were given the opportunity to return home with a small piece of the world after competition concludes Sunday.
For the World Archery Youth Championships the archers are able to compete in two different disciplines, the recurve bow or the compound bow. Each archer is normally specialized in one discipline or the other.
During the course of the weekend, nearly 400 archers/coaches/officials were given welcomes designed to provide a lasting impression as they stepped on South Dakota soil for the first time.
I’ve long wondered what it would take for the entire community of Yankton – or at least more people – to really embrace what our town boasts in the world of archery.