The 2016 National Archery Championships are coming to Ontario this summer. 3D, Field and Target are all included. If you are looking for a new experience or haven't registered yet, now is the time. Visit the event website for more information and to register.
The Ontario 3D Triple Crown consists of an aggregate score from three prescribed events in the shooting season. The Ontario Triple Crown begins with the Ontario 3D Championships which is a 2 day event held in rotating locations around the province. The 2nd and 3rd legs of the Championships are single day events held throughout the province.
- Archers must be OAA members to be eligible for awards
- Non-members may shoot in the 2nd and 3rd legs
- Archers must compete in all three legs of the championships to be eligible for awards
- Archers CANNOT compete in two different equipment categories
- Aggregate scores will determine the winners
- No sky pulling
- All OAA Rules, Age Classes and Equipment Categories are recognized
FIRST LEG: Saturday, July 9th & Sunday, July 10th 2016
Ontario 3D Championships
Hosted By: York County Bowman
Saturday: 9am Random start (Last Group on Course by 1:00pm). 40 3D targets following all OAA Rules
Sunday: 9am Shotgun start, Peer Grouped based on Saturday scores and categories. 40 3D targets following all OAA Rules
For further information on this event please visit the Ontario 3D Championships Page
ONTARIO 3D CHAMPIONSHIPS >>
SECOND LEG: Sunday, July 24th 2016
Hosted By: The Archers of Muskoka
Location: Dwight (near)
Sunday: 9am Shotgun start, Peer Grouped based on 1st leg scores and categories. 40 3D targets following all OAA Rules
THIRD LEG: Sunday, August 21st, 2016
Hosted By: Flying Feathers
Website: Facebook Page: Flying Feathers Archery Club
Sunday: 9am Shotgun start, Peer Grouped based on 1st & 2nd agregate scores and categories. 40 3D targets following all OAA Rules
Ontario 3D Triple Crown Awards Ceremony
NOTE: Although each club hosting a leg of the OAA Triple Crown submits scores for each of their events. It is the responsibility of each archery to ensure their scores are submitted and are accurate.
The OAA website will be unavailable starting at 8pm on Wednesday, April 19 for maintenance....
Important information from Archery Canada for those interested in the 2016 Pan American Archery Championships or the 2017 World Games
2016 Pan American Archery Championships: Selection Addendum
DATES: May 23 – 29, 2016
LOCATION: San Jose, Costa Rica
2016 Pan American Archery Championships: Team Leader Costs
2017 World Games
DATES: July 20 – 30, 2017
LOCATION: Wroclaw, Poland
Preliminary results for the 2016 Ontario 10 Ring Indoor Championship are now available. One club has not reported due to a delay caused by inclement weather.
The full results are available here....
Printed Tournament Directories will be going into the mail next week, so keep watch as it will be arriving soon.
The Tournament Directory is available for download from within the OAA Members Portal at the following link
Any corrections or updates will be added to this post over the course of the year.
The Ontario Association of Archers (OAA) is pleased to announce a draft list of athletes and alternates who have been nominated for Ontario Cards under the 2015-2016 Quest for Gold - Ontario Athlete Assistance Program (OAAP). The athletes nominated were selected using the sport specific selection criteria developed by the OAA and approved by its Board of Directors and applied by the Selection Committee.
The OAA Indoor Mail Match is a competition held yearly from first of January to the end of March. Competitors may shoot a maximum of one 300 Round (30 arrows at 18m, OAA Rules Apply) per week for 12/13 weeks. These scores are sent to the Mail Match Coordinator which are then posted on the OAA Website Results Page.
At the end of the 12/13 weeks, the six best scores for each archer are averaged and certificates awarded for each Equipment Classification.
- The Archer must have someone witness and sign their score card
- People registering in this event must submit a mailing address with their score cards
- Cheques should be made payable to the Ontario Association of Archers
- Clubs or Groups wishing to participate in this tournament, must register with the Mail Match Coordinator
Your must register your club as a competition host site for the Mail Match, and yourself as an Individual Shooter on or before February 1st for your scores to be counted in the OAA Mail match.
The Mail Match is an excellent way for the archer who cannot get to any of the larger tournament locations during the winter months to still participate. It also provides the archer an idea as to how others archers are shooting by comparison. This competition is also good practice for tournaments but under less stressful conditions.
OAA Target and Field Equipment Classes will be used for the OAA Mail Match
We ask that the following Scores Reporting Template be used for the OAA Mail Match - Weekly Scores should be submitted to the Mail Match Coordinator
OAA Mail Match Entry Fees
Fee: $10.00 for Non-OAA Members and $8.00 for OAA Members, per equipment division. Fee must be submitted to the OAA Office before results are declared final. Anyone may compete in more than 1 Equipment Category or Age Division, but must submit appropriate fees per Equipment Category or Age Division.
The Archery Canada Mail Match is held at the same time as the 2016 OAA Mail Match. The same scoring round may be reported to both coordinators(SCORING IS DIFFERENT FOR EACH) even though the same shooting results are used for both matches. For more information on taking part in the Archery Canada Mail Match please visit their website http://www.archerycanada.ca/en/mailmatches - Scores for the Archery Canada Mail Match must be submitted to the Archery Canada Coordinator, along with Entry Fees. Clubs participating in the Archery Canada Mail Match must have joined Archery Canada as a club.
*Please note - the Archery Canada Mail Match uses the CDN 300 Round, Compounds score "outer 10" and count "inner 10" as X
Check back for more information about this year's Mail Match....
World Archery 2016 Field Championships
hosted in Dublin, Ireland
Canadian Team Selection Process – 2016 World Archery Field Championships Dublin, Ireland, September 27 – October 2, 2016:
More Information Provided by World Archery can be found here
Upcoming Tournaments and Events
May, 31Algoma Rod and Gun ClubSingle 720 Round
June, 1South Nation Archery Club2016 SNAC 900 League #1
June, 4Lambton-Kent ArchersArchers Against Cancer Shoot
June, 4Petawawa Archery ClubDouble 720
June, 4Tavistock&District Rod & Gun3D Traditional Shoot
June, 4The Archers of CaledonOutdoor Target -720 - 900 - 1440
June, 4Waterloo County BowmenOpen Shoot
June, 4 - CANCELLEDElmira and District Rod and Gun Club
June, 5Nottingham North 3-D Archery Club
June, 5Tavistock&District Rod & Gun3D Open Shoot
June, 5Saugeen ShaftsOSG Double 720 Qualifier
June, 5The Archers of CaledonOutdoor Target -720 - 900 - 1440
June, 5York County BowmenDouble 720 FITA - AC Registered
June, 5Algoma Rod and Gun ClubDouble 720/T2S
June, 5Kingston Archery Club
June, 8South Nation Archery Club2016 SNAC 900 League #2
June, 11 - CANCELLEDBullseye BuccanneersOntario Spring Classic
June, 11Wilderness Bowhunters & ArchersDouble 720
June, 11Forest City Archers
June, 12Thessalon Rod & Gun Club
June, 12York County BowmenDouble 720 FITA - AC Registered
June, 12Islington Sportmens ClubOpen Shoot
June, 12Forest City Archers
June, 12Algoma Rod and Gun ClubDouble 720/T2S
June, 12Ottawa Archers
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