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European Archery Championships

European Archery Championships is outdoor archery sports championships in Europe.

Summary of championships

Outdoor

Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Athletes
1968 Reutte  Austria
1970 Hradec Králové  Czechoslovakia
1972 Walferdange  Luxembourg
1974 Zagreb  Yugoslavia
1976 Copenhagen  Denmark
1978 Stoneleigh  United Kingdom
1980 Compiègne  France
1982 Kecskemét  Hungary
1986 Izmir  Turkey
1988 Luxembourg City  Luxembourg
1990 Barcelona  Spain
1992 Valletta  Malta
1994 Nymburk  Czech Republic
1996 Kranjska Gora  Slovenia
1998 Boé/Agen  France
2000 Antalya  Turkey
2002 Oulu  Finland
2004 Brussels  Belgium
2006 Athens  Greece
2008 Vittel  France
2010 Rovereto  Italy
2012 Amsterdam  Netherlands 22-26 May 304
2014 Echmiadzin  Armenia 21-26 July Ara and Aytsemnik Complex 274

Indoor

Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Athletes
Best nation
2008 Jaén  Spain  Italia
2008 Torino 3-9 March
2010 Porec 16-21 March
2011 Cambrils 21–27 March ..
2013 Rzeszow
2015 Koper 24-28 February

References

  • Winners

External links

  • EMAU
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