Up for Bid: 2021 and 2023 World Archery Championships

By Connect Sports Staff, April 16, 2019

World Archery is seeking bids for the 2021 and 2023 World Archery Championships. The biannual event is the largest on the World Archery international calendar, comprising more than 600 participants. Here are the details.

Deadline to Bid: May 1

Event Dates: July-September

Venue Requirements: Finals venue requires 2-target arena in iconic location, minimum 3,000-seat spectator stands, full sports presentation, video wall and engagement activities. 4-target practice range close by; Qualification venues requires 80 target secure range; Practice venue requires 40-50 target secure range.

Estimated number of participants: 450-600

For the complete RFP, click here.

For more information, email Chris Marsh, World Archery Events Director, at cmarsh@archery.org.

National Cricket League CEO M. Maruf Alam discusses cricket's rise in the U.S., including a tournament he held in Milwaukee over July 4.

U.S. Figure Skating is currently seeking bids to host its 2021 Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships. RFPs are due August 12.

The Valley Forge Invitational serves as a perfect model for what the Syemtra Tour looks for in building an event in a community.

Imagine being blindfolded and hurling—or blocking—a 2.8-pound ball into a soccer-like net. That’s what goalball star Amanda Dennis does every day.