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OAA Youth Travel TeamThe Ontario Association of Archers selects 4 youth (12-20yrs) archers to represent Ontario at a possible three major events. The selection process is based on scores from qualifying events held around the Province, compared to previous scores from the national/international event. Teams will be made up of two males and two females. To become more in line with the Long Term Archer Development Model, teams will now be designed to pick archers in the Train to Compete stage. To be eligible for teams, archers must not have Quest For Gold funding, and must not have National carding. Archers will no longer be eligible for teams or a particular discipline after they have been on three provincial teams of said discipline.

The OAA covers the cost of flights up to $500, and all of transportation during the tournament, as well as accommodation, and provides team shirts. The archer is responsible for transportation to the airport, registration fees for the tournament, any association fees (AC), meals, and personal expenses. All expenses must be documented and receipts filed with the OAA office for reimbursement.

The LTAD model divides archer development into a series of stages. Within each stage, appropriate development is essential. Only by following age and level appropriate activities and building a foundation in each stage for the next ,can archers optimally prepare to progress toward their goals. Train to Compete (4 to 10 sport years): The primary objective is to "Learn Competition and Performance Skills"


ONTARIO ARCHERY TEAM SPONSORSHIP Nikon Canada, Sport Optics
In partnership with Nikon Canada, Sport Optics Division a special purchase program for Nikon Prodcuts will be offered to those shooters who are selected to the Ontario Archery Teams attending Nationals.


NFAA Indoor National Championships

The Championships will be held in Louisville, Kentucky, March of each year. The selection process is open to archers aged 12-17 years who are both OAA members and residents of Ontario.Archers will be selected based on the results of the OAA IFAA Indoor Championships held in various locations in January of current year. The NFAA Championships is twelve rounds of 5 arrows each day, using IFAA five-ring targets. Candidates are asked to contact the VP of Athlete Development at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to put their name on the list to be considered for this team. The team will be announced within two weeks of the last OAA IFAA Indoor Championships tournament day.

This team is contingent upon Funding


 AC Canadian 3D Championships

The AC 3D Championships are being held in rotating locations around Canada. The selection process is open archers aged 12-20 years who are both OAA members and residents of Ontario. Archers will be selected based on their results at the OAA 3D Championships held at that year's OAA 3D Championships. The AC 3D Championship consists of 80 targets, shot over 3 days under AC equipment rules. 

Candidates are asked to place their name on the signup sheet at the Provincial 3D Championships to be considered for this team. The team will be announced at the Provincial 3D Championships awards ceremony.


 AC Target Championships

The AC Target Championships will be held in rotating locations around Canada. The selection process is open to archers aged 12-20 years who are both OAA members and residents of Ontario. Archers will be selected based on a minimum of Three 720 single distance rounds to be signed by a witness or a judge and emailed/faxed to the VP of Athlete Development no later than July 19th. The three best scores from each archer will be combined for a total to be used. The AC Target Championships is comprised of a Double 720 round. All team members must remain with the team, at all times from airport to airport. Parents attending the tournaments are responsible for their own room but are welcome to accompany the team to meals.

Candidates are asked to place their names on the signup list by contacting the VP of Athlete Development at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Scores must be submitted no later then July 19th

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