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2022 National Target Championships - WA900 Round

 

WA900 Round

WHEN:

Thursday 29th September, 2022

 

WHERE:

Samford Valley Target Archers

2204 Mt Samson Rd, Samford Valley, Qld. 4520

 

FEE:

All Archers                                                         $80

Early Bird Entries (pay prior to 1st July)     $70

 

TIMES:

Thursday -

Registration                     From 7.30am

Equipment Inspection    8.30am

Practice                            9.00am (minimum of 20 minutes)

Commencement              Immediately after practice

Medal Presentations       Immediately after the round is

                                         completed

If required a 2nd WA900 round will be scheduled to be shot in the afternoon.

 

CLOSING DATE:

10 pm – Wednesday 31st August 2022

No late entries accepted

 

ENTRY LIMIT:

The maximum number of archers for this event is limited to 280.

ROUND: 

 

WA900 - Target Rounds

Round

Open

50+

60+, 70+

Under 21

Under 18

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

WA 60/900

R C B L

R C B

R C B

R C B

R C B

 

R C B L

R C B

R C B

R C

Short Canberra

50/40/30

 

L

L

L

L

R C B L

 

L

L

B L

Table – R Recurve C Compound B Barebow Recurve and Barebow Compound L Longbow

 

CLASSES:

Under 18    anyone born in the years 2005 or 2006

Under 21    anyone born in the years 2002 to 2004

Open           anyone born in the years 1973 to 2001

50+              anyone born in the years 1963 to 1972

60+              anyone born in the years 1953 to 1962

70+              anyone born in or before 1952

 

Under 18 and Under 21 archers may elect to compete in a higher age division, up to and including Open, by entering in the higher division and shooting the round for that division.

All 50+, 60+ and 70+ archers may elect to compete in a lower age division, down to and including Open, by entering in the lower division and shooting the round for that division.

 

Under 14 and Under 16 may be eligible to compete (Under 18 class) at the National Target Championships if they meet the qualifying score specified in the table below.

 

WA900 Under 14 & Under 16 Qualifying Scores

Round

Male

Female

Division

Qualifying Score

Division

Qualifying Score

WA 60/900

R C B

630

R C

580

Short Canberra 50/40/30

L

630

B L

580

                           Table –RRecurve C Compound B Barebow Recurve & Barebow Compound L Longbow

 

NON ARCHERY AUSTRALIA CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRIES:

Archery Alliance members and World Archery affiliated members are eligible to enter into Archery

Australia categories and Archery Australia rules will apply.

 

DIVISIONS:

Compound, Recurve, Longbow, Barebow Compound, Barebow Recurve

 

PAYMENT:

Payment is by credit card or Paypal.

 

ENTRIES WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY PAYMENT

 

WITHDRAWAL/REFUNDS:

A full refund, less a 10% administration fee, will be made if the Organising Committee is advised of the withdrawal before the closing date for entries, i.e., 10.00pm 31th August 2022.

 

If this advice is received after the closing date, any refund made will be at the discretion of the Organising Committee.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS:

For the individual events, Archery Australia National Target Championship Medals will be awarded.

For non-Archery Australia members an Archery Australia Visitors medal will be awarded.

 

Presentation of medals will be conducted at the conclusion of shooting the round.

 

Highest combined score (Sponsors – Easton & Archery Australia)

A set of Easton arrows (1 doz) will be awarded to those archers with the highest combined score for the WA1440 and WA900 rounds.

 

This will be for each Division and gender and include all age classes combined.

  Male Recurve

  Female Recurve

  Male Compound

  Female Compound

  Male Barebow Recurve

  Female Barebow Recurve

For example: Male Recurve includes all male recurve archers in Under 18, Under 21, Open, 50+, 60+, & 70+.

 

ENTRY CONDITIONS:

POLICIES, PROCEDURES AND FORMS:

1002 Code of Conduct

1005 Anti-Doping Policy

1012 Use of AA Brand Policy

1018 Safety Guidelines

1027 Photographic Policy

1020 Heat Stress Policy

1022 Risk Management Policy

1023 Member Protection Policy

1030 Tournament Management Policy

1041 Zero Tolerance Policy

1045 Smoke Free Policy

1046 Social Media Policy

1060 Anti Match Fixing Policy

1075 Results and Scoring Policy

1085 Intent to Appeal

1086 Appeal Form

1087 Appeal Report Form

Medical Consent Form (For minors)

 

DRESS REGULATIONS:

In order to present the best possible image for our sport, to our sponsors and to the general public, Archery Australia Rule 7.11, Dress Regulations, will be enforced. No apparel depicting hunting type imagery or camouflage. No activewear. No boardshorts.

 

Best All-Round Archer (BARA):

The BARA will be awarded to the archer who has proven across the nominated events to be the Best All Round Archer. The following criteria will be used to calculate the winner of this prestigious award.

The award will follow the following guidelines:

·   A total of six awards across the three WA recognised bow types: Recurve, Compound and Barebow (recurve)

·   There will be one male and one female BARA for each bow type.

·   Rounds to be included to select the BARA will be:

§  Australia Field Open or National Field Championships (whichever is held that year)

§  National Indoor Championships (two scores shooting the same bow)

§  National Target Championships 900 Round

§  National Target Championships 1440 Round

§  National Matchplay Championships 720 Ranking Round

·   The winner will be declared by combining the total score from all the above events for the same bow type.

·   The BARA will be presented at an afternoon tea presentation following the conclusion of shooting on Saturday.

·   The BARA will be based on an archer shooting the one bow type and will not include a combination of bow types when calculating their score for this award.

 

Notes:

·   if an event is cancelled for all archers AA in consultation with the RGB’s will decide if the BARA will be awarded that year.

·   If only one RGB is affected due to the cancellation of an indoor event AA in consultation with the RGB’s will decide how the BARA will be calculated and awarded that year.

·   No online events other than the National Indoor Championships will be included in the BARA given the variation in conditions between outdoor venues.

 

Presentation:
The BARA will be presented at an afternoon tea presentation following the conclusion of shooting on Saturday.

 

NOTES:

As electronic scoring via Archers Diary will be available for this event, all archers are responsible for ensuring your scores are entered into Archers Diary at the completion of the event.

 

Registration is essential and will only be accepted when accompanied by payment.

 

Please remember to slip, slop, slap, and use insect repellent before shooting, and drink plenty of water during the event.

This tournament will be shot under World Archery, Archery Australia and SQAS rules and policies.

 

Covid 19 precautions will be required to be followed.

 

Please advise the organisers if you have any issues with photos being taken by the official photographer.

 

Competitors are to ensure that you bring your current AA membership card with you as you may not participate without proof of current membership.

 

Lunch and refreshments will be available for purchase on each day of the event. There are several take-away outlets a short drive away in Samford Village.

 

Event information

 

 

Event Details


Location:

2204 Mt Samson Rd, Samford Valley, Qld. 4520

Event Date:

Thursday 29 September 2022
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