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2020 USA Archery Arizona Masters Outdoor Championships

USA ARCHERY 2020 ARIZONA MASTERS OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Papago Archery Association is proud to be hosting the 4th annual 2020 Arizona Masters Outdoor Championships!

Saturday, April 18th, 2020 from 7 AM to about 1 PM at the Papago Archery Range.

Register here! – View the list of registered archers.

Tournament information

  • Standard registration fee: $45, payment via PayPal is made during registration.
  • Late registration fee is $55 after April 13th.
  • Registrations close on Thursday, April 16th or when the tournament is full.
  • Age divisions: Masters 50, Masters 60, and Masters 70.
  • Bow types: Compound, Barebow or Genesis, and Recurve.
  • Three rounds; one each at 60 meters, 50 meters, and 40 meters.
  • Barebow and Recurve: 900 round on 122cm target faces.
  • Compound: 900 round on two 122cm five-ring center spot target faces.
  • Compound Para & VI archers: shoot at 30m on 60/80/122cm target faces.
  • See accommodations and dining options near the Papago Archery Range.

Range information

  • Always consider sun protection in Arizona.
  • Water will be provided for archers and there is a drinking fountain, but you may wish to bring your own drinks and snacks.
  • Due to park regulations there will be no concessions available for sale.
  • There are a few benches and bleachers but you and/or spectators may want to bring your own chairs and canopy.
  • A portable toilet is available for use on the range.
  • Park in the parking lot adjacent to the range, the overflow lot to the north, or the softball complex parking area. Do not park on the archery range road or in any area that’s not a designated parking lot.
  • Parking is limited, so consider carpooling if it’s an option.

Requirements

  • Archers must have a current USA Archery (USAA) National Archery Association membership listing their Arizona residence to compete for the State Championship. If their USAA membership expires prior to the official start date of the tournament, a copy of their USAA membership renewal must be emailed to [email protected] or brought to tournament check-in. All archers must be prepared to show their USAA membership card at the tournament check-in table. Archers can sign up for a tournament membership online prior to the day of the event. You will not be able to register for USAA at the tournament.
  • Payment must be received via PayPal when registration is completed. Payments are only accepted online. No registration is complete until payment is received.
  • Archers must follow all USA Archery Arizona rules and procedures.
  • All archers must follow USA Archery Tournament Rules and the USA Archery Dress Code (dress code also applies during official practice sessions).
  • All arrows must comply with the rules in World Archery Rulebook 3.
  • Archers must be registered in the appropriate age group based on the year of their birth. For example, an archer who turns 50 on December 31st, 2020 is a “Masters 50” division archer in January 2020.
  • Archers must comply with the World Archery Rulebook regarding bow types (barebow, compound, and recurve).
  • Archers must read and agree to be bound to the Liability Release and Photo Release.

Schedule

  • 7:00 AM Check-in and equipment inspection begins
  • 7:30 AM First official practice starts
  • 8:00 AM First 30 arrows at first distance
  • 9:30 AM (approximately) Second 30 arrows at second distance
  • 11:00 AM Short break (15-20 minutes)
  • 11:20 AM Third 30 arrows at final distance
  • 1:00 PM (approximately) final results and awards ceremony

Level:

State

Address:

Papago Archery Range, 6201 E Oak St, Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America, 85008

Email:

[email protected]

Contact:

+1 480-243-4633

Start Date:

10/17/2020

End Date:

10/17/2020

Disciplines:

Barebow (Recurve), Compound and Recurve

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