Saturday 9th September 2017
World Record Status Double WA 720
Lady Paramount : tba
Chair of Judges : Richard Ford
Director of Shooting: Alan Shuker
Judges: Sharon Tideswell, TBA, TBA
Saturday : WA720 - 70m round for recurve, barebow and longbow archers. 50m round for compound archers. Juniors under 16yrs must be accompanied by their parent/appointed guardian.
Assembly : 8.30 am Practice : 8.45 am. Shooting commences : 9.30 am.
There will be a minimum of 45 minute lunch break before shooting commences in the afternoon.
- WA rules will apply.
- Shooting will be in accordance with rule 304 (f) (ii).
- There will be 4 archers per boss, shooting in 2 details.
- Proof of GNAS membership may be required at registration.
Awards : As entry warrants. Trophies and medals will be awarded for highest score, ties will be awarded under Rule 306 (s) (ii).
Dress Code : GNAS Rule of Shooting Number 307. Dress Regulations. Those not complying with the dress regulations will not be allowed to participate.
Disabled Archers : Please indicate if you need wheelchair or seating arrangements on the shooting line.
N.B. Agents at this event are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. Any person requiring an agent should contact the tournament organiser (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible to have an agent allocated.
Drug Testing: Archers competing at record status tournaments may be liable for drugs testing. Competitors who are approached to give samples must comply. Non-compliance will be treated as a positive result. Parents / Guardians must sign the relevant box on the entry forms giving consent for junior archers (Under 18’s) to be drug tested if approached.
Refreshments: drinks & sandwiches etc available all weekend.
Camping : Camping is available on the ground at £5 per night (per pitch). For further information please contact the tournament organiser.
Closing date : Entries close at 23.30 on 1st September 2017. No late entries. No entries on the day. STRICTLY NO REFUNDS.
Dogs: please note that Dogs are not allowed on the Sports Complex at all times. Please also ensure that all mobile phones are switched off or on silent before the commencement of shooting.
Norton (Teesside) Sports Complex and Norton Archers their agents &/or servants cannot accept responsibility for vehicles, property or possessions left on the premises.
What are my parking options at the event?
Ample parking is available. Disabled archers please contact the Tournament Organiser for “preferred parking” and to request a wheelchair/stool space be allocated.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
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Norton Archers is a friendly, dynamic club on Teesside with members who shoot for both pleasure and competition. We were named Club of the Year at the Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council Club, Volunteer and Coach Awards 2011 within our first year of existence, and continue to go from strength to strength; in March 2013 we were presented with our first national award, the ontarget Innovation in Archery Award, and in May 2014 our Head Coach Dave Kelsey received the ontarget Volunteer of the Year Award!
We are open to all archers who are Archery GB affiliated members (please email to let us know if you want to come along to a session and bring your Archery GB card with you), and if you would like to take up archery for the first time we also run 5-session beginners' courses; these are a requirement to coach you in shooting safely before joining any archery club.
We shoot at Norton Sports Charity (foremerly Norton (Teesside) Sports Centre)