Archery dodgeball is the new sport that has people shooting arrows at you
ARVADA, Colo. -- Imagine playing dodgeball but instead of dodging balls, you're dodging arrows flying every which way. That's what you can do at Archery Games Denver in Arvada, a new concept that is becoming increasingly popular in Canada but is new to the United States. In archery dodgeball, two teams (made of 10 people each) start at opposite ends of the field with empty bows and when the whistle blows - they rush to the middle to grab arrows and then attempt to hide behind inflatable obstacles to dodge an arrow flying towards them.