American and South African veterans will take on British ex-service personnel in a tense archery competition today, despite being blind.
The competitors will use assistive technology such as tactile aiming devices to score bulls-eyes at the Blind Veterens UK rehabilitation centre at St Dunstans, Ovingdean.
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