"kill the wabbit, kill the wabbit, kill the wabbit lalalaaa" - ciekawe że strzała nie jest ostra tylko "głusząca" - Taymouth Hours, England, S. E. (London?), 2nd quarter of the 14th century: London, British London, MS Yates Thompson 13, f. 68v.
Olympic and world champions gather in Edinburgh for the World Cup Grand Final, the largest elite archery event ever to be held in the UK. BBC Sport's Nick Hope reports on the progress of the England archers, whose next competition will be the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
Detail of a miniature of a battle with archers and riders in armour, at the beginning of book 7, by the Master of the London Wavrin, from Bellum Gallicum (Les commentaires de Cesar), France (Lille) and Netherlands (Bruges), 1473-1476
Silver Bulls Eye - Tanqueray & Black Pepper Infused Tanqueray Gin, Martini Extra Dry, Red Cherry - Inspired by Reginald Brooks-King the British Archer who won the Silver Medal at the 1908 London Olympics
(CNN) -- The first world records of the London 2012 Olympics have been set by a blind South Korean archer -- hours before Friday's much-anticipated opening ceremony was due to begin. Im Dong Hyun is legally classified as blind and cannot see out of his right eye, but it did not stop the two-time gold medalist bettering his own leading 72-arrow score in the qualification competition at Lord's cricket ground in the British capital.