Please note this event is open only to archers registered with Oxfordshire County and invited guests
Registration opens at 8.30am, assembly at 9.30am, practice 9.45am. Entry is open to all ArcheryGB or FITA affiliated members. Awards will be made based on the 720 rounds only.
Non-compound disciplines will shoot the 70m round for experienced archers, and the 60m round for novices. WA cadets in these disciplines should shoot the 60m cadet round, Masters archers can choose to shoot the 60m round. There will also be a 30m round available for Juniors under 14, please note that this is not an officially recognised round and as such there are no records available for it. Compound archers should all shoot the 50m round, which will be shot on 6 ring faces. In all categories, awards are subject to entry numbers.
The tournament has been awarded World Record Status. The head to heads do not have record status.
Please choose your age group appropriately based on the WA definitions - Master, Senior, Junior, Cadet, Pre-cadet. For the sake of competeness:
- Born in or before 1965 - Master
- Born between 1966 and 1994 - Senior
- Born between 1995 and 1997 - Junior
- Born between 1998 and 2000 - Cadet
- Born in 2001 or later - Pre-cadet
With regards to entry fees, Cadet and Pre-cadet archers pay the cheaper fee. Everyone else pays the higher fee.
Please note novice for this competition is defined as any archer who started their beginners course after 1st September 2014.
Rounds: WA 70m, WA 50m, WA 60m, 30m round for younger juniors, fun team head to head with exact format determined by entries.
Judges: Tony Ikel, Arthur Scales, Steven Johnson
Entry: £10 seniors, £7 juniors (under 18) for county entries. £15 seniors, £10 juniors for open entries.
Kindly hosted by Oxford Archers
The shoot will be conducted under ArcheryGB rules and dress rule 307 will apply. Competitors at this shoot 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. ArcheryGB numbers must be included in the entry, or proof that affiliation fees have been paid will be required before shooting commences.
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.
.Record Status shoots will be liable to drug testing and competitiors approached to give samples must comply; if they refuse that refusal will be treated as a positive result. 7. Juniors must have the permission of a Parent or Guardian, giving consent to a drug test, if required.
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