A World Cup format of 72 arrows qualifier round (6 arrow ends, 4 minutes/end) held outdoors. Top 8 scores from Compound, Barebow and Recurve equipment progress to an Olympic Round match play. Minimum of 8 participants per equipment style for match play.
Olympic Round - Top 8 archers progress into a bracket match play (ie. 8vs1, 7vs2, 6vs3, 5vs4) to yield 1st, 2nd, and 3rd placements for money. Money pot of $500 per equipment style, split: 1st (50%), 2nd (30%), 3rd (20%). Match play is 5 ends of 3 arrows for compound with highest cumulative score advancing. For Recurve and Barebow, goal is first archer to win 6 points in their match, achieved by each 3 arrow end's score - 2 points for a win, 1 point for a tie. As tournament registration grows in the future the brackets will grow to 16-32-64 shooters.
All compound archers & Barebow – 50 meters
Recurve Cadet & Masters – 60 meters
Recurve Junior & Senior – 70 meters
Cadets – (15-17).
Juniors – (18-20).
Seniors – (21-49).
Separate brackets for:
Cadet Male C, R, B; Cadet Female C, R, B
Junior Male C, R, B; Junior Female C, R, B
Senior Male C, R, B; Senior Female C, R, B
Masters Male C, R, B; Masters Female C, R, B
Competitors who want to earn NRS Points for USAT qualification must be U.S. Citizens, and a current member of USA Archery.
An arrow consists of a shaft with a tip (point), nocks, fletching and, if desired, cresting. The maximum diameter of arrow shafts shall not exceed 9.3mm (arrow wraps shall not be considered as part of this limitation as long they do not extend further than 22cm toward the point of the arrow when measured from the throat – nock hole where the string sits – of the nock to the end of the wrap); the tips (points) for these arrows may have a maximum diameter of 9.4mm. All arrows of every athlete shall be marked with the athlete’s name or initials on the shaft. All arrows used in any end shall be identical visually.