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International Compound – Yangphel & BAF by-Tsewang
International Compound – Yangphel & BAF

18th Aug 2017   In association with the Bhutan Archery Federation, the Yangphel Archery Committee is organizing a short workshop on International Style of Compound Archery in Paro Tshondue bacho. The workshop, a first of its kind in Bhutan is targeted at the archers of Paro for now, but subsequently it will be taken to all the regional venues of the Yangphel Competitions and around the country. Read more…


TWO SPECIAL PRIZES by-Tsewang
TWO SPECIAL PRIZES

19th June 2015   To honour the 60th Birth Anniversary of Their Majesties the 4th Druk Gyalpo and Gyalyum Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck two new prize categories will be instituted for this year’s tournament – the 19th Yangphel Open Archery Tournament.

1. Any number of teams that hit 60 kareys or more in a league match would be given a cash prize of Nu. 60, 000/- each.
2. The top archer from each regional venue would be invited to shootout for an individual cash prize of Nu. 60, 000/-.
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2015 TOURNAMENT: SEEDED & DATES by-Tsewang
2015 TOURNAMENT: SEEDED & DATES

22nd May 2015      the list of players seeded for 2015 19th Yangphel Open Archery Tournament has been announced by the organizing committee today. The archers have been seeded based on their average performance in last year’s tournament. Read more…


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Archery is the national sport of Bhutan by-admin

-June 4, 2009

Archery is the national sport of Bhutan, and every village has it own archery range. competitions, usually accompanied by a banquet, are a part of all festive occasions. Using bamboo bows (although modern compound bows are finding their way into the kingdom) teams of archers shoot at targets only 30 centimetres in diameter from a distance of 120 metres. Each team has a noisy crowd of supporters who, as well as encouraging their own side and try to out off the opposition. The game of archery is not exactly a sport that draws frenzied supporters out for a kill. There are no die-hard fans and no follow-the-team-to-kingdom-come fanatics. And no streaking hooligans.If anyone is all pumped up, it is the archers themselves… To the Bhutanese, it’s a tourist sport and a very saleable one at that too. It has tremendous tourist appeal. Archery is tradition; it’s songs and dances and jeers and near-primitive howls. It’s the works to someone seeking the unusual. All that could be just a facade. Read more…


Archery wagers – money, feast and honour by-admin

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What was your wager this losar? Were you playing for your village or for your company? Or were you playing with your friends to mark the new lunar year?

After the match, you may have been one of the archers who simply produced phob tora (small square piece of cloth wrapped around a pair of wooden bowls) to receive the feast arranged by your opponents. You may have learnt that phob tora describes a type of wager where all that the winners do is produce phob tora while losers prepare a feast. Read more…


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