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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Archery’s 2023 Virtual Symposium is almost upon us, with the first sessions taking place on June 20.
Veteran archer and archery administrator, Tom Stevenson, opens the symposium with a session entitled Archery Path Performance Analytics & Equipment Tuning Optimization.
That is followed on the same night by Kristy Wapniarski and Andy Neville delivering a session on Equipment and Tournament Rules for Archers and Coaches.
There are a further three more sessions next week, all on June 22, beginning with Kisik Lee, Chris Webster and Jonathan Clemins delivering Coffee Talk with the National Coaches, before Donna Ricci, Psy. D. talks about Coaching for Neurodiversity, and then James and Danelle Wentzel-Lutz bring So You Want to Be a Professional Archer.
Registration remains open for the 2023 USA Archery Virtual Symposium, which runs across 15 sessions from June 20 to August 15.
Sessions will be bursting with topics that have the largest impact on coaching, training and performance.
Whether a seasoned professional or just starting out, the USA Archery Virtual Symposium is the perfect opportunity to enhance skills and stay up-to-date with the latest trends in sports science, psychology, and coaching, and you can register here.
If you are interested in more coach education opportunities, then check out USA Archery's 2023 Coaches Workshop, a two-day in-person workshop that gives coaches a safe space to learn, grow and connect with other coaches.< Back to All News