Archery Association of India

Archery Association of India finalises dates for Olympic trials

Two more selection trials have been planned, the first of which is from January 18 to 22.

published on : 1st January 2021

AAI gets back recognition after 8 years

It was December 7, 2012, when the Archery Association of India (AAI) was derecognised for flouting age and tenure restrictions of the Sports Code.

published on : 26th November 2020

Rivals seek fresh polls in AAI again

The Returning Officer had already deleted the names of Jammu and Kashmir and UP according to the said clause.

published on : 21st August 2020

AAI forms committees for efficiency

These committees will serve for a period of four years and the president, secretary and treasurer of AAI will serve as ex-officio members of all.

published on : 9th July 2020

AAI finalising plans for national camps and domestic itinerary

Maharashtra was set to host sub-junior nationals. Since the state is now a hotspot, there is no chance of the same happening.

published on : 15th May 2020

Archery Association of India misses out recognition due to delay in high court

The next date of hearing for the matter is on June 24 and once the court puts a stamp on the reports, the reports will be transferred to the sports ministry after which the list might get amended.

published on : 12th May 2020

Long-term plans on AAI’s mind

A change in venue is also possible with Pune currently a hotspot for the coronavirus. The Army Sports Institute also has a lodging-related issue.

published on : 14th April 2020

AAI unsure about March 24-25 trials, archers unhappy

Currently, the national camp has been reduced from 24 recurve archers (12 men and women) to eight each. The archers are training at the Army Sports Institute (ASI) in Pune.

published on : 20th March 2020

COVID-19: Junior archers to skip Bangkok meet

“We got a letter from the federation saying we are withdrawing because of the coronavirus scare. It is for our benefit.

published on : 6th March 2020