1. All first-, second-, third- and fourth-place winners or athletes meeting this sport’s NSGA – 900 round minimum performance standards in competition at a 2020 NSGA qualifying games will qualify for the 2021 National Senior Games.
2. An archer may enter only the style in which he/she has qualified.
1. Archers may only compete in one style.
2. Archers must provide their own bows and target arrows.
Competition will be two days. All archers will compete both days.
The “900” American round will be used each day of competition.
There will be five styles:
Recurve – with sights
Barebow Recurve – no sights
Compound Fingers – with sights
Barebow Compound – no sights
Competition will consist of 90 arrows shot as follows: 30 arrows from 60 yards; 30 arrows from 50 yards; and 30 arrows from 40 yards. Arrows will normally be shot in six arrow ends, but may be shot in three arrow ends when field and equipment conditions require more than four archers to be grouped on a target butt.
Each end will consist of one set of six arrows with five minutes allowed for each end to be shot. When three arrow ends are necessary, each end will consist of one set of three arrows with 2-1/2 minutes allowed for each end to be shot. Shooters will rotate with target mates after each end.
Awards will be presented for 1st through 8th place for each style within each age division.
1. For a full listing of the NSGA rules for archery, please click on the “Rules” button at the top of this page. Additionally, recurve archery events will be conducted in accordance with National Archery Association rules, except as modified herein. Compound archery styles will be conducted in accordance with National Field Archery Association rules, except as modified herein. For a copy of these rules, please write, email or call: