Archery Psychology

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Archery Psychology

British paralypians, in search of Beijing gold, worked with sport psychologists for the duration of their stay in the Paralympic Village. The British paralympic archery team has trained with sport psychologist Katherine Bond for the last three years. She draws from her experience in rugby, golf, and soccer to hone the skills of the archers. Bond says of her stance on sport psychology: “It’s about making that one per cent difference, and leaving absolutely no stone unturned in the quest for excellence. Sport psychology has the potential to contribute to helping athletes get the very best out of themselves.”

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