These are excellent videos to illustrate perfect archery form, and how exciting this sport can be

2004 Olympic Games

Archery Promo Video

1996 Archery Gold Medal Match

Video of Park Sung Hyun (arguably the world's greatest female recurve archer)

Click: Video of  Lee Tuk Young and two others practicing at blank bale - Notice the rhythm/pace and strong shots

Click: Video of  Yu Mi Kim, Aida Roman, Park Se Hui at Vegas

Linear Draw Sequence

Click:  Aurora shooting outdoor state record 862/900

Click: Darrell Pace and Rick McKinney 1984 - wow


Click: Slow Motion Study of TAC's very own Erika Jones (World Record Holder)


Click: Slow Motion Study of Brady Ellison (3-time Olympic medalist)

Click: Slow Motion Study of Chang Hye Jin (2016 Olympic Gold)

Click: Different Draws (but same ending In-Line Position) of Korean Dream Team

Click: Training Technique For Improved Alignment/Bow Command

Click: Huge Gain In Draw Weight This 2018, and Still The Exquisite Form

Click: World Elite Archers Going Head-to-Head World Cup Indoor


Click: Youth Finals World Indoor Championships 2019 - Pace and Control

Click:  A study of internal opposing-force-balance - both these Korean females 'find their internal alignment/balance spot' well before they get to anchor, and it helps them hold only 1-2 seconds before clicker break/release

Click:  Another study of internal opposing-force-balance - watch Brady setup - he draws back to his body alignment then anchors and gets comfortable, but still has a little settling before he's into his final alignment/balace form, and is a reason why his pace from anchor to release is  usually around 5 seconds


Click:  Change Hye Jin in Shanghai Gold Medal match 2018 - tightest competition group Iíve ever seen.  See how purposeful she is - focused, confident, dialed in.  Also see how she pauses before she draws back the last third to anchor, in order to achieve her internal balance (finds her spot) Ö only then does she continue to her (tight!) anchor and then the confident clicker break and rip through the string.