Welcome to Archery Trivia! Archery is a centuries-old sport that has grown in popularity and competition. Whether you are a recreational shooter or a world-class competitor, there is something for everyone in the world of archery. From traditional to modern styles of shooting, this trivia will challenge your knowledge of the bow and arrow. Test your skills and knowledge of this ancient art and see how you rank up against the rest of the world.
1) What is the main bow used in Archery?
2) What type of arrow was used in the 1976 Montreal Olympics?
3) What is the activity of shooting arrows at a target called?
4) What are a series of arrows shot during a single end called?
5) What is the total score of an archer's best 6 arrows on a 60cm target face?
6) What is the name of the two-fingered release aid used for archery?
7) What age group is eligible to compete in a Cadet Class?
8) What is the longest distance an arrow can travel?
9) Which style of shooting requires the archer to stand still and hold their breath?
10) What is the maximum number of arrows per end in Olympic archery?
11) What type of archery event requires archers to kneel, stand, or walk while shooting?
12) What type of arrows are designed to fly silently?
13) What is a curved piece of wood and is used to push the arrow forward?
14) How many arrows are used in a traditional Korean Archery competition?
15) In what year were the first Archery World Championships held?
16) What type of archery event requires archers to shoot arrows from a fixed distance?
17) What type of bow is used in modern Olympic Archery?
18) What is the name of the professional organization that governs the sport of Archery?
19) Which of these protects a bow string?
20) What type of arrow is traditionally used for bow hunting?
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