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High performance 3

Total investment 2013–14: $628,000
(high performance: $600,800, participation: $27,200)
ASC funding as a percentage of total income: 59.3%
Archery Australia (AA) appointed a new high performance manager and national head coach in 2013, providing a structure from which to improve performances in the coming years. While there was an encouraging individual world championship performance, there remains a need to improve overall team performance and implement appropriate daily training environments for priority athletes.

AA has indicated a willingness to pursue governance changes that would bring greater alignment with the ASC’s mandatory governance principles, but has suggested some changes may not be appropriate given the size and capacity of the organisation.

AA saw significant membership growth in 2013 with many clubs reaching their capacity to cope with the increased interest. While this is a positive result, there is a need for AA to work with its states and clubs to successfully manage a continued increase in the sport’s participant base.

2013 benchmark event // world championships

Medal target: -

Non-medal target achieved: Yes

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