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Wills bows out to Worth

Cumbria's Alan Wills narrowly missed out on a place in the last 32 after Australia's Taylor Worth secured a dramatic victory in the men's indivi...

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Wills praises Lord's experience

Archer Alan Wills described shooting at a home Olympics as the experience of a lifetime, despite the British men's team falling at the first hur...

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GB men's archers beaten

Great Britain's hopes of a men's archery team medal ended at the first hurdle as they were beaten by Ukraine at Lord's.

Having ranked in ...

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Godfrey in high spirits after ranking PB

Larry Godfrey kick-started Team GB's Olympic push with a personal best in the archery ranking round at Lord's.

Godfrey, the world number ...

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New personal best for archer Godfrey

Team GB's Larry Godfrey recorded a personal best as two world records were broken in the archery preliminary rounds on Friday morning.

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Medal Record

Beijing 2008
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London 2012
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Biography

Alan Wills will become the fifth male British archer to appear at two or more Games in London. Nicknamed ‘Dangerous’, he won gold at the 2010 World Field Archery Championships.

He takes inspiration from movie character Forrest Gump and he took up archery because he liked shooting things but wasn’t allowed a gun.