Date(s) - 04/25/2015 - 04/26/2015
Ben Avery FITA Range
Category(ies) No Categories
Desert Sky Archers and USA Archery Arizona
2015 ARIZONA STATE OUTDOOR AND JOAD OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP
April 25-26th, 2015 – Star FITA registered
All Registrations must be done on line
Registration is closed
LOCATION: Ben Avery Shooting Facility, FITA Range, Phoenix, Arizona
TOURNAMENT RULES: USA ARCHERY including USAA World Archery rules effective April 1, 2015 will be enforced. Noted exceptions below
Dress Code: USA Archery Dress Code
In an effort to be more inclusive and to eliminate potential issues in welcoming new archers to USA Archery events, the USA Archery Board of Directors passed a revision to the current dress code. The revised dress code addresses the desired outcome and dictates less regarding specific colors allowed during competition. The general feel was to be sure our athletes presented themselves and the sport in a professional manner without dictating the specifics.
The new dress code is effective Monday, May 31, 2010.
USAA Dress Code:
1. All athletes and coaches must present a professional, athletic appearance while on the field. (Torn, ripped or badly faded clothing articles are not allowed.) Clothing may be of any color.
2. No camo or blue denim (jeans) may be worn at target events. Accessories such as trim on shirts, caps, quivers, armguards, footwear, etc., are permitted to be camo. At field events, denim may be worn but camo may not be worn.
3. Shorts, skorts and skirts must not be shorter than finger tip length while standing normally.
4. Men and women are required to wear upper garments covering the front and back of the body and covering the midriff when at full draw. Women’s upper garments shall have a minimum strap of 3″ or sleeves. Men’s upper garments shall have short or long sleeves.
5. Sport/athletic shoes are recommended to all athletes and coaches during target events. Shoes must cover the entire foot.
6. At no time will any athlete or coach wear any article bearing any image or language to be considered offensive to others.
CHAMPIONSHIP ELIGIBILITY: USA Archery membership listing Arizona as your residence is required for you to compete for State Championship titles and awards. Guests (Non-USAA and/or Non-Arizonans) are welcome to shoot in a guest category.
CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS: Medals will be given for top 3 places for Ranking Rounds. Medals will be given to top 3 teams in Recurve, Barebow and Compound Team Rounds. Plaques will be awarded to 3rd place in OR Rounds.
RANKING ROUND: 72 arrow Ranking Round will determine the Olympic Round Brackets Single Distance
• Recurves/Barebow (or basic Compound Genesis type bow) shoot 122cm Target Face
• Compound shoot 80cm 6 ring Target Face
• Recurve Collegiate/Junior/Senior shoot 70m
• Recurve Cadet/Masters shoot 60m
• Recurve Cub shoot 50m
• Recurve Bowmen shoot 30m
• Compound Cadet/Collegiate/Junior/Senior/Masters shoot 50m
• Compound Bowmen/Cub shoot 30m
• Barebow Junior/Senior shoot 60m
• Barebow Collegiate/Cadet/Masters shoot 50m
• Barebow Cub shoot 40m
• Barebow Bowmen shoot 20m
• Must participate in Olympic Rounds to be eligible for Ranking Round Awards
Optional Team Rounds: Sign ups will be during the Ranking Round
• Teams can be of 2 or 3 members
• Teams can be mixed or same gender
• Teams are Compound or Recurve/Barebow (combined)
• Limited to first 8 teams for Compound and first 8 teams for Recurve/Barebow
• Single Elimination
• All ages eligible and combined
• Arrows shot in 1,1,1,1,1,1 format (no archer can shoot two arrows or more in a row without switching with a teammate)
• Both Recurve/Barebow and Compound shoot at 50m
• Recurve/Barebow shoot on 122cm target face
• Compound shoots on 80cm target face (no more than 3 arrows in each target face)
• Olympic Recurve set scoring
• 2 minute ends
• No equipment failures
Mandatory Olympic Rounds
• 3 Arrow ends
• 2 minute ends
• Recurve/Barebow uses set scoring
• Compound uses cumulative scoring 5 ends
• Single elimination
• No Equipment failures
• Distances and target faces are the same as the ranking round, exception is when a division is combined due to low participation
• Any division with less than 3 archers will be combined using the following matrix
i) Bowmen and Cub may be combined and shoot Cub Distance
ii) Cadet and Junior may be combined and shoot Cadet Distance
iii) Senior and Master 50 may be combined and shoot Masters Distance
iv) Masters 60 and Masters 70 may be combined and shoot Masters 60 Distance
v) Bow disciplines will NOT be combined
vi) Genders will NOT be combined
vii) If combining still does not reach 5 archers then it will shoot with the amount from the combination
SHADE AND CHAIRS: There will be shade for Archers and Spectators; however you should bring your own chairs. There is bleacher seating for Spectators.
TOURNAMENT QUESTIONS? Tournament Director: Rick Bachman email firstname.lastname@example.org
REGISTRATION QUESTIONS? Rick Bachman email@example.com
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
April 25, 2015 (Saturday): 8:00 am Archers Check-in & Equipment Inspection
8:30 am Start of Official Practice
9:00 am 1st Distance – 36 arrows Begins (approx. 90 Minutes)
11:00 am Lunch
11:45 am 2nd Distance – 36 arrows Begins (approx. 90 Minutes)
1:15 pm Start of Optional Team Rounds
April 26, 2015 (Sunday): 8:30 am Official Practice
9:00 am Start of Olympic Rounds (Mandatory)
11:00 am Lunch
11:45 am Continuation of OR Rounds
Awards for Ranking, Team and OR Rounds will be given at end of tournament
Put away tournament equipment (all help is appreciated)
Our goal is to run the tournament as close as possible to this schedule but situations such as weather, protests or equipment failures may require us to modify the schedule. Announcements will be made at the Field.
Review the USAA AZ Tournament Rules and Procedures Information link for more event information:
You must be a member of USA Archery to compete in the 2015 State Outdoor and 2015 JOAD State Outdoor
http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Archery/Membership/Membership-Benefits You can buy a single tournament membership
“All USA Archery members will be required to show proof of membership at the time of tournament check-in. You can print out a copy of your membership card by going to the membership page of the USA Archery web site and logged into your personal account.”
You will be asked the following questions, they must be filled out on line
Bow type: Recurve Compound Barebow/Basic Compound (Genesis type bow)
Gender: Male Female
Wheelchair required?: Yes No
Age: • Bowman (Participants may compete as a “Bowman” through the calendar year of their 12th birthday, ie: born in 2003 or later)
• Cub (Participants may compete as a “Cub” through the calendar year of their 14th birthday, ie: born in 2001 or later)
• Cadet (Participants may compete as a “Cadet” through the calendar year of their 17th birthday, ie :born in 1998 or later)
• Junior (Participants may compete as a “Junior” through the calendar year of their 20th birthday, ie: born in 1995 or later)
• Master 50 (Participants may compete as a “Master 50” beginning in the calendar year of their 50th birthday, ie: born in 1965 or earlier)
• Master 60 (Participants may compete as a “Master 60” beginning in the calendar year of their 60th birthday, ie: born in 1955 or earlier)
• Master 70 (Participants may compete as a “Master 70” beginning in the calendar year of their 70th birthday, ie: born in 1945 or earlier)
• Senior (any age)
USAA Membership Information: Your membership number and expiration date are required at registration.
USAA Membership must be current at time of registration AND tournament.
Championship – Arizona JOADS • $55.00 (eligible for Title and Award)
Championship – Arizona Collegiate $55 (eligible for Title and Award)
Championship – Arizona Adults • $60.00 (eligible for Title and Award)
Open (Guest Category – no awards) • $70.00 (for Non USAA Arizona residents or USAA members not listing Arizona as their residence.
LATE FEE: • $20.00, Add late fee, if we will receive forms after April 18th, 2015
Multiple Archer Family • $150.00, for immediate families of 3 or 4 archers
Registration is closed
Archers must show their USAA membership card at tournament check-in.