European Championships in Antalya, looking at Tokyo2020


For sure one of the most anticipated events, no longer for the return to “normality”, but for the stakes.

Antalya (TUR) is back, after the Grand Prix in April, to host the European Archery Championships. The 2021 edition is embellished by the (last) Continental Quota Tournament for Tokyo2020Plus1 Olympic Games, and, for nations already qualified, another important test and training.

279 archers coming from 40 countries are expected on the shooting line, for a 6-days competition.

A long week that will start on Monday 31 May with official practice, then on Tuesday June 1 Qualification Rounds. Wednesday 2 will see the individual eliminations (1/48 + 1/24) session in the morning and mixed-team eliminations (till semis) in the afternoon. Thursday 3, last part of individual eliminations and all the team eliminations. Friday 4 is the CQT day for 85 recurve men and 51 recurve women, trying to catch last European spots available. Saturday 5 is dedicated to the Compound Finals, while Sunday 6 to Recurve.

Except for Anton Bulaev, all the other three past champions, of the Legnica 2018 edition, will shoot in Antalya: Steve Wijler (rank n.4), Yasemin Anagoz (rank n.15) and Andrea Marcos (rank n.8).

Don’t miss any single moment:

Schedule of live streaming (local time):
Friday 4 June – CQT: 2.00 pm
Saturday 5 June – Compound Finals): 9.00 am and 2.00 pm
Sunday 6 June – Recurve Finals: 9.00 am and 2.00 pm

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