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2019 All Around Archer of the Year pdf (49.48 KB)

2019 All-American Academic Team List pdf (128.10 KB)

Adult Archery Achievement Pin Request Form pdf (65.59 KB)

JOAD Olympian Award Request Form pdf (137.81 KB)

2018 All-American Team List pdf (616.22 KB)

2018 All-American Academic Team List pdf (1.21 MB)

Regional Coach of the Year Nomination Form pdf (412.92 KB)

JOAD Olympian Request Form pdf (137.81 KB)

Adult Archery Achievement Pin Request Form pdf (65.59 KB)

Collegiate Regional Coach of the Year Nomination Form pdf (412.92 KB)Last Updated: March 2019 Each region shall elect their regional coach of the year. All Regional Coaches of the Year (one per region: East, North, South, West) shall be eligible for National Coach of the Year. The designated USA archery representative will handle the election and results, which will be completed online or via mail to ensure that all Clubs are able to vote. The Regional Coach of the Year and the overall Coach of the Year will awards will be announced at the Outdoor Collegiate Nationals event. Limit one vote per team (vote is by the official team representative). Ties will result in a runoff election. If the runoff ends in a tie there will be co-coaches of the year.

2018 Collegiate All-American Academic Team pdf (1.21 MB)2018

2018 Collegiate All-American Team pdf (616.22 KB)2018

JOAD Award Nomination Form pdf (151.87 KB)Updated February 2019. The George Helwig JOAD Award is presented to an individual who has shown continuous support of the Junior Olympic Archery Development program throughout the years. Recipients of this lifetime achievement award have gone above and beyond in their involvement and service to the sport of archery and have made a significant impact on their local or surrounding communities. This award is named for the 1960 founder of JOAD, George Helwig. George was the inaugural recipient of this lifetime honor. In addition to a lifetime of efforts to grow and support youth archery, Mr. Helwig participated in three Olympic Games, was active in World Archery for 31 years and was awarded numerous medals, honors and awards, including the National Archery Association's (now USA Archery’s) medal of honor.

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