How to watch the international circuit’s return to Korea
The 2022 Hyundai Archery World Cup touches down this week in Gwangju for the first stage of the international tour to take place in Korea since 2007.
Finals from the event will be broadcast live worldwide on 21-22 May, including full coverage of the individual final fours each afternoon.
Following the success of its debut ahead of the first stage in Antalya, archery fans can look forward to the second instalment of the World Archery studio-based pre-stage show. It will be streaming on the World Archery YouTube channel on Friday 20 May.
A list of major networks carrying coverage of the event is included at the bottom of the page.
For the rest of the world, the event will be streaming live on the Olympic Channel. Live coverage of the finals will not be available on World Archery’s YouTube or Facebook profiles.
|Session||Date||Time (local)||Time (UTC)||Streaming|
|The Archery Show Live (Preview)||Friday 20 May||01h00+1||16h00||World Archery YouTube|
|Compound team finals||Saturday 21 May||10h00||01h00||Olympic Channel|
|Compound final fours||Saturday 21 May||14h00||05h00||Olympic Channel|
|Recurve team finals||Sunday 22 May||10h00||01h00||Olympic Channel|
|Recurve final fours||Sunday 22 May||14h00||05h00||Olympic Channel|
- Bangladesh: Sony TEN
- Chile: Claro Sports
- China: CCTV
- Chinese Taipei: Eleven
- Colombia: Claro Sports
- Germany: Olympic Channel (streaming)
- Great Britain: Olympic Channel (streaming)
- Korea: SPOTV
- India: Sony TEN
- Mexico: Claro Sports
- Netherlands: Olympic Channel (streaming)
- Turkey: TRT Spor
- USA: Olympic Channel (streaming)
Delayed coverage is also available on Eurosport in Europe, Claro Sports across Latin America, SPOTV across Southeast Asia and worldwide via the Olympic Channel.