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Archery
2018 TAAF Winter Games of Texas
Saturday & Sunday, January 13-14, 2018
Pearland, Texas

LOCATION
Leon Sablatura Middle School Gym
2201 Galveston Ave, Pearland, TX 77581

DAYS AND TIMES
Saturday January 13, 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Sunday January 14, 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

RULES AND ELIGIBILITY
USA Archery Rules and Dress Code Apply
Guest Registration allowed.

REGISTRATION
Cost: $40/archer

Each participant is required to submit TAAF Waiver upon check-in. CLICK HERE to download.

DIVISIONS
Recurve
Barebow / Simple Compound (Genesis)
Compound (60# Maximum draw weight)

CLASSES
Master: Archers may compete as a Master starting in the year of their 50th birthday.
Senior: Athletes in the year of their 21st birthday, and older, will compete in the senior class.
Junior: Athletes may compete in the junior class up to and through the year of their 20th birthday.
Cadet: Athletes may compete in the cadet class up to and through the year of their 17th birthday.
Cub: Athletes may compete in the cub class up to and through the year of their 14th birthday.
Bowman: Athletes may compete in the bowman class up to and through the year of their 12th birthday.
Yeoman: Youths up to and through the year of their 9th birthday.

FORMAT
Recurve / Barebow / Simple Compound (Genesis) One round of 60 arrows
  • Youth: Yeoman at a 60cm target face from 9 meters with outer 10 ring scoring
  • Youth: Bowmen, Cub, Cadet, Juniors and Para at a 60cm target face from 18 meters with outer 10 ring scoring
  • Adult: Senior , Master and Para at a 40cm target face from 18 meters with outer 10 ring scoring
Compound One round of 60 arrows
  • Youth: Yeoman at a 60cm target face from 9 meters with outer 10 ring scoring
  • Youth: Bowmen, Cub, Cadet, Juniors and Para at a 40cm target face from 18 meters with inner 10 ring scoring
  • Senior and Master at a 40cm target face from 18 meters with inner 10 ring scoring
ENTERING MORE THAN ONE DIVISION
An archer may only compete in one division.

TARGET FACES
Archers that have a choice between target face styles must use the same style for the entire round.

DRESS CODE
USA Archery dress code will be strictly enforced throughout the event. This includes official practice. Please review the dress code prior to event at www.usaarchery.org Camouflage restrictions do not apply to equipment.

OFFICIAL PRACTICE
Official practice shall be limited to two (2) ends. Archers may shoot as many arrows as they can within time limit.

AWARDS
Awards will be given to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each Division/Class. Awards will be presented after last round on Sunday.

ARRIVAL
For ALL shooting times, please arrive at least one hour in advance.

COACHES DURING PRACTICE AND COMPETITION
Personal coaches are restricted to the spectator area during scoring. Personal coaches are allowed up to the targets during practice.

SPECTATORS
Spectator area is limited. Priority for seating will be given to competing archers. Tournament director will determine resolution to any seating or access concerns. Archers are asked to not store bow.

PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Photographers will be credentialed by the Tournament Director, and are bound by the TAAF, City of Pearland, Pearland Archery Club and USA Archery media policies.

CONTACT
Pearland Archery Club
281-851-6130