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picture roundup

21 May, 2014

Don’t forget, The Infinite Curve’s archery blogging world is as much based around Facebook and Twitter as it is this here page. So if you aren’t following me on social media, you should. Because you’ll miss out on all this cool stuff:


This thing, via goniart.com. I know not what it means, but it’s great.



Mariana Avitia placed fifth in individual recurve at the Medellin World Cup. read more about it here.  Picture via @conade.



The Hunger Games: Catching Fire hits London’s buses. Woe betide anyone getting off.



Crispin Duenas of Canada on his way to winning the Gator Cup this month. Photo exclusive by Helen Claudio.



Aida Roman, Mariana Avitia, and Alejandra Valencia in miserable conditions at the Mexican Grand Prix earlier this month.



Joo Hyun-Jung of Korea shoots a Robin Hood in practice for the Medellin World Cup. In the ten. At 70m.



Beautiful 3D printed arrow-fletching rig. Via this company.




Got to make sure they have that good form down early. (via Carina Rosenvinge Christiansen)




Archery in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C., 1954. (via www.chronicallyvintage.com).





Finally, a target smiley, from the ever-awesome @saralopezb24.

See you outdoors. John x