Mario Scarzella re-elected president of World Archery Europe

World Archery Europe executive board in 2022.

Mario Scarzella has been re-elected as president of World Archery Europe for a fifth consecutive term until 2026 at the continental federation’s 18th congress in Munich.

Also the president of the Italian archery federation since 2001, Scarzella said a near-unanimous result of 37 votes from the 38 voting delegates showed an “understanding and support of the work we are doing”.

World Archery Europe’s vice president, Hakan Cakiroglu of Turkey, was also re-elected with the same mandate.

Sabrina Steffens of Germany, French archery federation president Jean-Michel Cleroy and Bulgarian archery federation president Daniel Pavlov were re-elected as board members. Steffens and Cleroy will serve until 2026, Pavlov until 2024.

Alessandra Colasante will remain as secretary general.

A number of good governance motions were passed, including the introduction of term limits for permanent committee members, a removal of the requirement for congress to be held alongside a championships and administrative changes to the constitution.

World Archery Europe’s congress was held ahead of the upcoming European Championships in Munich, Germany.

Member Associations