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Total investment 2014–15: $628,000 (high performance: $600,800; participation: $27,200)

ASC funding as a percentage of total income: 49%

Archery Australia’s high performance program had a positive year in 2014. The appointment of a head coach and high performance manager at the end of 2013 has enhanced the coordination and oversight of the high performance program and has positively impacted the ability of archery to meet its high performance targets.

The men’s team and men’s individual events remain the key focus for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games after exceeding their targets at World Cup 1, 2014 in China. Ryan Tyack also won gold at the 2014 World Indoor Archery Championships.


When benchmarked against other Australia’s Winning Edge sports — Archery Australia falls below in a number of areas against the ASC’s mandatory sports governance principles.  Archery Australia has indicated a willingness to pursue governance changes appropriate to the size of the organisation to increase the benchmark standard.

2014 benchmark event // world cup

Medal target: -

Non-medal target achieved: Y

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