Men's archery - farthest accurate distance
Matt Stutzman
283.47 metre(s)
United States McKinney

The farthest accurate shot in archery under World Archery conditions is 283.47 m (930.04 ft), achieved by Matt Stutzman (USA) at the TPC Craig Ranch, McKinney, Texas, USA on 9 December 2015.

With Matt's second official attempt of three his arrow struck the target in the 4 black scoring zone in the north east (1 o'clock). Matt then removed his sight scope from the bow, took two shots, first missed the target, second hit the gold in the 9 scoring zone.

Full story: Paralympic 'Armless Archer' Matt Stutzman hits long-distance target to score world record