More then 40.
Ithink there are about 10 levels
There are many organizations dedicated to "regulating" archery and the standards of competition. The following is a list of some of the most prominent of those organizations.FITA (Federation Internationale de Tir a l'Arc), an international archery federation which regulates the Olympic Archery competitions, the World Cup Archery competitions, and many other international archery competitions.IBO (International Bowhunting Organization), an organization which promotes and sponsors bowhunting around the world.USAA (USA Archery), the organization which promotes, regulates and sponsors Olympic-style archery in the United States of America (U.S.A.).NFAA (National Field Archery Association), promoting and sponsoring bowhunting, target archery, and other kinds of archery in all it's many forms and styles in the U.S.A.AAS (Archery Association of Singapore), promoting and sponsoring archery in Singapore.Archery GB (formerly Grand National Archery Society), the national Governing Body for Archery in the UK (United Kingdom, also known as Great Britain).There are, of course, many more archery organizations around the world, the majority of which regulate, promote and sponsor archery competitions and activities at Regional and Local levels.
One can find many things helpful for archery on Matthew's Archery website. For example, Matthew's Archery sells bows and archery accessories needed for many archers.
Zen in the Art of Archery has 90 pages.
Archery is a very popular sport that many individuals enjoy participating in. One can read and hear archery talk shows on websites such as Archery History.
Olympic archery only uses recurves.
It can be, although outdoor archery is common. Many bow ranges are indoors.
32 countries are participating in archery at London Olympics.
No, Archery was in use many thousands of years before the Robin Hood tales. Archery was in use as far back as Human recorded History goes.
Archery, and some types of hunting.
There are about 32 countries participating in Archery. some territories are representing themselves