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Get ready for 2012: Royal Mail issues ten stamps to mark one year to the Olympics

Paralympic Games: Archery [Stamp] Illustrated by George Hardie

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from Mail Online

London 1908: Our FIRST Olympics (and guess what, they even made a small profit)

Olympics were held in London 1908. The women's archery competition was won by Britain's Sybil 'Queenie' Newall

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from Zimbio

2016 Rio Paralympics - Day 9

John Walker of Great Britain celebrates victory at the Menâs Archery Individual W1 Final during day 9 of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games at Sambodromo on September 16, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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2016 Rio Paralympics - Day 9

David Drahoninsky of Czech republic competes against John Walker of Great Britain at the Menâs Archery Individual W1 Final during day 9 of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games at Sambodromo on September 16, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

from the Guardian

The 1908 London Olympic Games – in pictures

Women competitors in the national round archery event, which was won by Sybil 'Queenie' Newall of Great Britain.

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from The Telegraph

Great Britain's women's 4x400m relay team claim sensational bronze to end Rio Olympics on a high

Athletes stand 70 metres from their target and score points by firing arrows at 10 concentric scoring zones, from the golden ‘

from BBC Sport

London 2012: Archer Alison Williamson equals Games record

Alison Williamson (Great Britain) Archery, competes in 6th Olympics in a row

from Telegraph.co.uk

London 2012 Olympics: in pictures July 27

London 2012 Olympics: in pictures July 27 - On target: Simon Terry of Great Britain prepares to arch during the archery ranking round on Olympics opening day Picture: GETTY IMAGES

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