Archery is a sport played by millions of people around the world, dating back to 350 years ago. Archers use a bow to shoot an arrow towards a target to score points. Their goal is to land the arrow as close to the center of the target as possible.
Archers gain points based on how close to the center they shoot the arrow, with 10 points awarded for a perfect bullseye and fewer points received for hitting farther away from the center. Each competition will see competitors shooting arrows in different rounds called ends. A typical end will consist of 6 attempts, and an archer will shoot 12 separate ends, meaning they will shoot 72 arrows in a competition. The archer with the most points at the end will win the match.