For those taking part in archery within the UK our Sports Accident Insurance policy should be considered for all round protection. Protecting yourself and other in a variety of scenarios, the policy includes a number of benefits.
These include personal liability, personal accident cover as well as cover for things such as dental fees, physiotherapy and legal fees should you be injured whilst taking part in archery. You can also add on Income Protection that safeguards a pre-determined percentage of your salary, should you be forced off work with a sporting injury.
Individuals travelling abroad can take advantage of the Sports Travel Insurance policy for archery which will cover those insured for medical expenses, repatriation as well as stolen or delayed baggage and personal effects along with various other benefits.
Most travel insurance packages don’t include cover for sport. If you already have travel insurance but it doesn’t cover you for archery, then our Activity TopUp policy is perfect for you. Activity TopUp adds archery protection to your existing insurance, giving you benefits such as medical cover and personal liability at great value for money.
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Archery involves the practice or skill of propelling an arrow with the use of a bow towards a round target marked with rings. Target archery may take place indoors or outdoors whilst field archery involves shooting up and downhill, making the target harder to sight. Nowadays archery is far removed from its hunting and warfare roots with many instructors offering target practice sessions for youngsters around the country.
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Archery is a sport with a low reported incident of associated injury although it can be expected that injury does occur due to the repetitive nature of drawing a bow. From past surveys it has been concluded that the majority of injuries include damage of muscles and tendons of the upper limb relating to shoulder, elbow wrist and finger joints. The risk of serious injury or fatality as a direct result of participating in archery is extremely rare and for this reason the sport has been given a group 1 rating. Despite the low risk of the sport suitable insurance should still be taken out when practicing archery for protection against injuries.
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