2010 NW District Archery Tournament – March 20 2010 Synopsis There are four events in the archery disciplines at the Washington State 4 H Shooting Sports NW District Archer by vmb12679

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									                2010 NW District Archery Tournament – March 20, 2010




Synopsis
There are four events in the archery disciplines at the Washington State 4-H Shooting
Sports NW District Archery Tournament
   1. FITA Rounds(2)
   2. Field Round
   3. 3D Round
   4. Toxophology Quiz for prizes


Even though the same three events are used for each discipline, recurve and compound
archery are administered as two distinct disciplines, with three events each.


Note that while the national governing bodies (NGB) for the three different events have
slightly different requirements or restrictions-for the sake of simplification- the National
4-H Shooting Sports Invitational uses one standard for equipment – for all events.


However, the 2010 NW District Tournament will recognize 4 equipment styles. See the
“Shooting Styles and Equipment” section for details.


The District Tournament will abide by all rules in the 2010 WA State Tournament
General Rules unless specified differenlty in this document.


The 2010 State Rules may be found here:
http://www.nwdistrictshootingsports.com/pages/tournaments.aspx




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Contacts:
Host Club – Nock & Fire
Snohomish County, Washington
Patrick Hevesi
360.805.5167


Event Coordinator :
Patrick Hevesi - Patrick@Hevesi.net – 360.805.5167
NW District Shooting Sports Representative:
Kim Petersen - flamarrow@wavecable.com -(360) 710-6797
State 4-H Shooting Sport Coordinator:
Janet Schmidt - schmidtj@wsu.edu - (509) 397-6290
State 4-H Shooting Sport Asst Coordinator:
Paul G. Carter - cart@wsu.edu - (509) 382-4741
Head Range Master:
TBD
Range Master:
TBD
Score Keeper:
TBD
Toxophology:
TBD
Registration:
Online : http://www.nwdistrictshootingsports.com/pages/tournaments.aspx
Onsite: TBD in Club House




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Schedule of day
6:00 am – Setup Crew arrives
7:00 am – Registration Begins (Club House)
            Practice Range open (FITA Range)
7:45 am - Practice Range closed
7:45 am – Opening Ceremonies & Safety Demonstration on FITA Range
8:00 am – Tournament begins Round 1
              Juniors on FITA Range (Round 1)
              Intermediates on 3d Range
              Seniors on Field Range
9:00 am - 9:30am Break
9:30 am – Round 2
              Juniors on FITA Range (Round 2)
              Intermediates on FITA Range (Round 1)
              Seniors on 3d Range
10:30 am – 11:00 am Break
11:00 am - Round 3
              Juniors on Field Range
              Intermediates on FITA Range (Round 2)
              Seniors on FITA Range (Round 1)
12:00 am – 1:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm – Round 4
              Juniors on 3d Range
              Intermediates on Field Range
              Seniors on FITA Range (Round 2)
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Toxophology Quiz – Club House
3:00 pm – Placings and Awards announced – Club House
3:30 pm – Toxophology prizes and giveaways – Club House
4:00 pm – Tear down and clean up




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Class Divisions
Juniors: School Grades 3,4,5
Intermediates: School Grades 6,7,8
Seniors: School Grades 9,10,11,12


Shooting & Scoring Rules
Raw score is used in determining placements in each competitive event (highest score
wins).


Overall awards are determined by placement points (points assigned for each “place”)
in all 3 events, not by a compilation of total raw scores.


Purpose of placement points: To equalize the value of each event; i.e. so that the 3D
event has the same value as the FITA event; AND to equalize the value of each
discipline when determining the overall award. To accomplish this, each event must
have the same point value for 1st place, 2nd, etc.


Each individual will be assigned a placement point value after event scores are
recorded, tie breaks are made, and final ranking for the event is determined.
Placement points from each event are totaled for each individual to determine the
overall awards/ranking.


Individual Awards
Acrylic Trophies will be awarded to:
Top 4 Recurve shooter in all three age divisions regardless of equipment style
Top 4 Compound shooters in all three age divisions regardless of equipment style
Certificate will be awarded for recognition of special equipment categories:
Top 4 Recurve Barebow shooters in all three age divisions
Top 4 Compound Freestyle Limited shooters in all three age divisions


Prizes will be awarded for Toxophology Quiz
Top 4 in each age division and style automatically earn a spot on the 2010 WA State
Team. Runner ups may be offered spots due to available slots at the State Tournament
if archers from other districts are unable to attend.

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Procedural rules:
Course of fire, scoring, etc. will follow the NGB rules unless otherwise noted.
Any bow that uses pulleys’ or cams is deemed a compound.
Shooting Styles and Equipment

                                          PERMITTED                           NOT PERMITTED

      Recurve         NFAA Shooting Styles
 Freestyle Limited    And Equipment                                          String peeps and
                                                                             mechanical release
                      http://www.nfaa-
      Recurve                                                                aids.
                      archery.org/field/styles.cfm#Freestyle
     Barebow

    Compound          NFAA Shooting Styles and Equipment
Freestyle (Trigger)   http://www.nfaa-                                       Overdraws may not
                      archery.org/field/styles.cfm#Freestyle                 place the arrow rest
    Compound                                                                 further than 6 cm
                      60 lb. maximum draw weight.                            from the pivot point
 Freestyle Limited                                                           of the bow.
     (Fingers)

                      Must meet AMO minimum weight standard; 6 grains        No arrows larger than
                      arrow weight per pound bow peak draw weight.           23/64ths in diameter
                                                                             are permitted
                      FITA CONSTITUTION AND RULES
                      All arrows used at any end will carry the same
                      pattern and color(s) of fletching, nocks and
     ARROWS           cresting, if any, unless approved by Range Master.
                                                                             A mixture of arrow
                      Minimum Number of arrows to be carried by archer       markings and size is
                      is 6. If archer looses an arrow, archer will take a    not allowed in an
                      “M” for each lost arrow, no going back for another     event.
                      arrow. Suggestion is for the archer to carry more
                      than three arrows.

                      All archers are required to carry arrows in a quiver   Ground Quivers for
                      on 3D and Field courses.                               3D and Field courses
      Quiver          For safety purposes, no persons will be permitted to
                      carry arrows off the range without a quiver.




ARCHERY EVENTS




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FITA Rounds

TARGET           80cm faces, 5-color face

DISTANCE                  Juniors: 15-20 yards
                 Intermediates: 20-30 yards
                          Seniors: 30-40 yards

COURSE OF FIRE Juniors:
                 6 ends of 3 arrows from 15 yards @ 80 cm target.
                 6 ends of 3 arrows from 20 yards @ 80 cm target
                 (36 arrows)


                 Intermediates:
                 6 ends of 3 arrows from 20 yards @ 80 cm target.
                 6 ends of 3 arrows from 30 yards @ 80 cm target.
                 (36 arrows)


                 Seniors:
                 6 ends of 3 arrows from 30 yards @ 80 cm target.
                 6 ends of 3 arrows from 40 yards @ 80 cm target
                 (36 arrows)

TIME LIMIT       2.5 minutes per 3 arrow end

SCORING          10-1 from the center outward.
                 Tie breaks will follow the NGB Rules.

NGB RULES        USA Archery/FITA

INFORMATION      http://www.archeryworldcup.org/UserFiles/Document/FITA%20website/05%20Ru
                 les/01%20C&R%20Book/2008RulesENG_Book2.pdf




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Field Round

TARGET            NFAA targets of sizes selected by the management and appropriate
                  to the course

DISTANCE          Juniors:
                  Marked distances within the range of 5 to 15 yards.
                  (21 arrows)
                  Intermediates:
                  Marked distances within the range of 5 to 25 yards.
                  (21 arrows)
                  Seniors:
                  Marked distances within the range of 5 to 40 yards.
                  (21 arrows)

COURSE OF FIRE 7 targets with at least one fan and one walk-up target
                  3 arrows per target = 21 arrows

TIME LIMIT        Participants will move through the course expeditiously and avoid
                  delays
                  Lost arrow search is limited to 2 minutes
                  Max. search distance for arrows is limited to 10 yards behind target

SCORING           X, 5, 4, 3 from the center outward.
                  3 arrows per target = 21 arrows total
                  Max Score 105 points

NGB RULES         National Field Archery Association

INFORMATION       http://www.nfaa-archery.org/field/styles.cfm

                  In consideration of time, no shooter may glass the target from the
                  shooting stake after taking his or her shot.




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3-D ROUND

TARGET             3-D targets as selected and placed by the management

DISTANCE       Juniors:
               Unmarked distances 5 to 15 yards.
               (14 arrows)
               Intermediates:
               Unmarked distances 5 to 25 yards.
               (14 arrows)
               Seniors:
               Unmarked distances from 5 to 40 yards.
               (14 arrows)
COURSE OF FIRE 7 targets, 2 arrows per target stake.
               Max score = 140 points
TIME LIMIT     Participants will move through the course expeditiously and avoid
               delays.
               Lost arrow search is limited to 2 minutes
               Max. Search Distance for arrows is limited to 10 yards behind target
SCORING        +10 pts. - (11 & 12 ring), if target has a inner 11 or 12 ring, record
               X on scorecard
               +10 pts. - (10 ring) record 10 points on scorecard
               +8 pts. - (8 ring)
               +5 pts. - Any other body shot (excluding hoofs and antlers)
               0 pts.    - Hoof and Antlers will be scored as a miss (M)
               0 pts.    – Complete miss of the target (M)
               0 pts.    - Ethical Pass will be scored as a (P). 2 max
               Ties will be broken by the highest number of X’s, then number
               of 10s, 8s, etc.
NGB RULES      FITA, 2008 Rules Book 5 Chapter 11.10 3D – RULES
               http://www.archery.org/UserFiles/Document
DISCUSSION     There is to be no discussion of distances until the target has been
ABOUT          scored. Discussion is restricted to athletes that have already shot
DISTANCES      said target.
               (Article 11.10.4.5)
               Discussion of distances with athletes that have not shot said target
               is considered un-sportsmanlike conduct (see article 11.10.1.6).
INFORMATION    In consideration of time, no shooter may glass the target from the
               shooting stake after taking his or her shot.




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