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It’s wintertime, and you may well have been indulging a little in the last month or so, and perhaps wondering how to get back to that next level in the New Year. You probably know a little about what to eat and what not to, but there really isn't a lot of archery-specific nutritional information.

So we asked the question: how do elite archers keep focused, fuelled and energised during training camps, competition and being away from home during the indoor season?

We spoke to six different archers from around the world: Naomi Folkard, Sjef van den Berg, Gabi Bayardo, Ella Gibson, Mackenzie Brown, and Paul Tedford about how they optimise tournament food, their food habits and any secrets that they hold.


Four-time Olympian for GBR

Naomi has had a long and intense outdoor season, but now heading into a series of overseas training camps with the GB Olympic squad.

“For breakfast I have two boiled eggs with a slice of granary toast on a training or competition day. Lunch consists of cottage cheese

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