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- 22. November 2007.

Tension is mounting as preparations for Archery

Preparations for the Archery World Cup Final, being held on 24 November at the Madinat Amphitheatre in Dubai, are underway and tension is mounting amongst the finalists as they prepare to compete for the prize and prestige of being World Cup Final Winner.

The archery targets are being placed on a floating platform over the lake surrounding Fort Island at the Madinat. This will prove a challenge for the finalists, as well as a great spectacle for the fans. Spectators of all nationalities are expected to attend this major sporting event with great support anticipated for the Indian and Russian Finalists from amongst the local Dubai community.

As an added bonus for spectators, the world renowned Lilia Stepanova will be performing exciting Archery Acrobatics at half-time. Fresh from “Americas’s Got Talent” TV Show, Lilia will be proving how perfect poise, concentration and physical fitness are an essential part of archery, whilst amazing the crowds with her acts of contortionism. Lilia was born in Moldova, Europe but now lives in America. She speaks three languages: Romanian, Russian and English, and is a famous contortionist who regularly performs around world. She has appeared as a guest artist on shows such as the “The View” on ABC, “America's Got Talent” and performed at many NBA half-time shows.

The Archery World Cup commences at 12.15 pm on Saturday 24 November. Spectators are requested to arrive earlier, to ensure they are comfortable and settled before the first competition arrow flies! The event will be perfect for families and friends to watch and have an afternoon of enjoyment and excitement together.
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