Oxford Archers Team Challenge 2022

Oxford Archers Team Challenge 2022

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Oxford Rugby Club

North Hinksey Lane



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Oxford Archers Team Challenge 2022

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Saturday 27th August 2022 - Oxford Archers Team Challenge: single WA 50m/70m / WA50m (122 barebow) ranking round followed by mixed team head-to-head matchplay

Assembly 8.45am, practice starts 9.00am

Sunday 28th August 2022 - single WA 50m/70m / WA50m (122 barebow) ranking round followed by individual head-to-head matchplay

Assembly 8.45am, practice starts 9.00am

Venue: Oxford Rugby Club, North Hinksey Village, Oxford OX2 0NA

Chair of Judges: Susan Richards. Judging team: Chris Charlesworth, Graham Pink, others tbc.

Rounds: single WA 50m/70m / WA50m (122 barebow) round, double detail (4 archers per boss) followed by mixed team H2H

Single WA 50m/70m / WA50m (122 barebow) round, double detail (4 archers per boss) followed by individual H2H

Please note that we reserve the right, subject to entries, to alter the ranking round to be shot in a single detail. 

Timings: we will be using the arrow timing rules as updated and released this year.

Fees: team event: £32 per team consisting of one Gent and one Lady shooting the same bowstyle (recurve or compound)

Second day: £20 per archer

Closing Date: 12 August, no refunds after 12August

Eligibility for the Team Challenge: Standard WA Mixed Team format: Teams of two archers, one Gent and one Lady, both of the same bowstyle. Recurve, Compound and Barebow categories to be awarded; Longbow teams are welcome to enter as barebows. Archers to be members of the same Club OR same County OR same ArcheryGB region OR same shop/sponsor team, OR same factory team.

Shooting: The rounds will be shot in accordance with WA Rules of Shooting. Music will be played throughout the day including during shooting.

Practice: There will be 3 ends of practice, starting at 9.00am. Equipment inspection will be carried out before practice.

Catering: Snacks and cold drinks will be available with an honesty box. Please check our facebook page for updates on other catering closer to the time.

Camping: We regret that camping is not available this year. Please visit www.experienceoxfordshire.org for information on local accommodation. 

Photography: If you do not wish images of yourself to be used by Oxford Archers and ArcheryGB in reporting and future promotion of the event please indicate this to the tournament organiser at registration. 

Kit shuttle and disabled access: kit shuttles may be available, we will announce on facebook a few days in advance. Vehicular access directly to the field is only available for Blue Badge holders and officials. 

COVID-19-safe shooting: We will comply with current AGB guidance. Specific measures and rules for the tournament will be communicated after the closing date to ensure they are up-to-date.

Special requirements: if you shoot from a stool or chair and require to remain on the shooting line please notify the tournament organiser when booking your entry. We ask that in these circumstances you provide an agent to assist with scoring and arrow collection; if you cannot provide an agent please advise us of this at least two weeks before the event so that we can delpoy our field crew accordingly. 

Rules: ArcheryGB dress rule 307 will apply. Competitors will be liable for drugs testing. Competitors approached to give samples must comply, and any refusal will be treated as a positive result. Where an entry form contains one or more junior entries, the parent or legal guardian of each junior archer must countersign the form to signify consent to the junior being tested if so approached, or indicate their consent at the online entry. ArcheryGB membership numbers must be included in the entry, or proof that affiliation fees have been paid will be required before shooting commences. Since this is a playing field in use, all lost arrows must be found. It is the responsibility of each archer to find their own lost arrows.

Oxford Archers and the ORFC, their agents or servants cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury howsoever caused. Entry to the tournament will be taken as acceptance of these conditions.

Data Protection Notice: When you enter competitions the following information may be collected and shared with tournament organisers, scoring systems and other competitors for example target lists and results may be published: First Name, Surname, Gender, Bow style, Date of Birth / Age category, Email,  Address, Phone number, Club (and ID), County (and ID), Region  (and ID), Round (unless defined by age), Disabled (Y/N), Disability info.

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