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KiSik Lee Sydney Seminar 2017 - updated 10/10/2017 at 06:20PM EST Even if you have been in archery only a short time you will most probably have heard the name KiSik Lee. He is the coach who led Australia out of the archery wilderness to achieve Australia’s only ... Read more...
Jono Wins Bronze - First Australian Paralympic Medal in 32 Years - updated 25/09/2016 at 10:00AM EST Jonathan Milne (Jono) has won a bronze medal at the Paralympic Games in Rio. This is the first time a Australian Paralympian archer has obtained a medal in 32 years. Around 80 club members from ... Read more...
Welcome Home to Three Bronzed Aussies - updated 24/08/2016 at 05:37PM EST Taylor Worth, Ryan Tyack and Alec Potts touched down in Sydney this morning (24/08/2016) after their success in Rio winning Australia's first ever Team Archery Medal.... Read more...
Australia's first Olympic Archery Team medal - updated 07/08/2016 at 10:51PM EST Congratulations to Ryan Tyack, Taylor Worth and Alec Potts who have made history by winning Australia's first ever Olympic team archery medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. An amazing performance by the ... Read more...
KiSik Lee Sydney Coaching Seminar 2015 - updated 23/09/2015 at 09:50AM EST For further information and registration please click ... Read more...
Ricci Cheah Awarded KSL International Level 3 Coaching Certification - updated 24/12/2014 at 12:25PM EST SOPA's Head Coach Ricci Cheah is the first in the world to gain a Level 3 KiSik Lee International Coaching Certification (KLICC). Level 3 KLICC is equivalent to the USA Level 5. Mr Lee who is the ... Read more...
Sydney KiSik Lee Seminar 2014 - updated 20/11/2014 at 11:22AM EST Following on from a very successful seminar in Japan and Europe earlier this year KiSik Lee will be returning to Sydney for his third Australian seminar and certification for KLICC (KiSik Lee ... Read more...
Ryan Tyack Wins Gold - World Indoor Championships - updated 03/03/2014 at 05:22PM EST In an almost perfect performance Australia's Ryan Tyack has won an individual gold medal at the World Indoor Championships held at Nimes (France). Ryan, a World Cadet Champion (Mexico 2006) did not ... Read more...
Six New KSL Level 2 Coaches in Australasia - updated 27/12/2013 at 10:18AM EST The second Sydney Kisik Lee Seminar (held 16-20 December 2013) was very up close and personal with the world's number one archery coach. We now have six Level 2 certified coaches in Australasia and ... Read more...
AIMS (Archery Information Management System) Goes Global - updated 28/11/2013 at 06:04PM EST The Archery Information Management System (AIMS) developed at the WAA SOPA Club over the past 5 years has now gone global with a presentation given to 20 countries at the recent InterActs European ... Read more...
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