Meeting the needs of bowhunters and target archers since 1983.
Pour assistez les chasseurs a l’arc et les archers depuis 1983.
Celebrating over 30 years in business with everyday discount prices
Knowledgeable sales and service
Staff with more than 65 years experience in the sport
We train new Bowhunters and advanced Bowhunters as well as
Local, provincial, state and national champions
Recreational archers, World Regional Champions
And World Champions!
NEW WEEKDAY HOURS FOR 2014
1:00PM till 9:00PM (closed Tuesdays)
SATURDAYS 9:00 am till 4:00 pm (closed Sundays)
EFFECTIVE 2014-03-20, we accept VISA, MasterCard, cheque, cash and, we can process debit cards/Interact now. We no long accept post-dated cheques. Thank you.
Results from a great weekend of 720 shooting for 2014
Please see the results for this year’s 720 x 4 internationally-sanctioned rounds. The weather was terrific with very little winds either days. Congratulations to all those archers who shot – particularly Christopher Perkins for his outstanding 1421 (2-round total) and Larry E. Smith for setting a new national record for bowhunter release. Also, congratulations to Patrick Pregent won was one of several archers who shot personal bests this weekend.2014_720x4_weekend_results
Perkins shoots 1421 on great day for shooting at SNAC
2011 World Target Champion, Christopher Perkins, set a blistering pace today (Saturday, July 19) during the first-half of South Nation Archery Club’s annual 4 x 720 international tournament weekend. The weather was terrific with a slight breeze and 78 percent humidity.
In the morning, Christopher shot 710/720 at 50m, and followed it up with a 711 in the afternoon for an impressive 1421.
Congratulations to all the other archers who shot so well today, too.
Tomorrow, SNAC will finish off the weekend with two more 720 rounds (70m senior recurve / 60m cadet & masters recurve / 50m compound archers).
For more details on registered tournaments at South Nation Archery Club, please call 613-989-2943.
Toronto 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games – The Drive for 20,000+ Volunteers
Thinking about how to fill the long summer days in 2015? Not yet? You should be!
The summer of 2015 will see the largest international multi-sport Games ever hosted by our great nation right here in Toronto and the Greater Golden Horseshoe region, rather than watch it on television or from the stands, YOU could be a part of the action!
Why should you volunteer for the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games?
We can give you more than 20,000 reasons why…but how about getting up close to athletes, officials and international sport associations! There’s also exclusive promotions, events, and discounts on tickets and merchandise.
Don’t delay – volunteer interviews have begun! Applicants will begin receiving online video interviews this summer, and offer letters will start being sent this fall.
Apply now and be one of the first to tell the world what you will be doing in the summer of 2015!
To help us recognize members of the sports community in the application system, please:
• Complete the sport experience section of the application
• Use the volunteer code VOLSPT (This reference code will only be active until July 31st, 2014)
Apply now at www.toronto2015.org/volunteer
If you have questions about your volunteer application, please contact the TORONTO 2015 Volunteer Contact Centre (1-855-388-2015 / TTY: 1-800-465-4653).
Learn more about the Games at TORONTO2015.org.
Spots still available for 2014 outdoor registered tournaments
SNAC has two more events slated for this year’s outdoor season. If you have not pre-registered already, please remember that space is limited.
Either telephone or e-mail us to hold a spot for you for the following registered events:
CDN 900 round July 16, 2014 – practice at 5pm; timed scoring at 6pm
AC 720 x 4 weekend July 19 & 20, 2014 – morning and afternoon lines each day 10am & 2pm
We look forward to seeing you for these last 2 outdoor tournaments.
2014 Cake-&-Medals Night Photos
Pre-registration function is terminated 2014-05-26
Please note that due to uncontrollable spammers, we are shutting down on-line pre-registration indefinitely. Please telephone the archery shop to sign up. Thank you for your understanding, and sorry for this inconvenience.
Fumerton wins bronze at 2014 OFSSA champs
Congratulations to all the SNAC archers who shot the 2014 Ontario High School Archery Championships and the archers shot personal bests!
This year we had 2 compound release archers participate: congrats to Jay Simzer (Seaway HS) and Mackenzie Gifford (North Grenville)
The North Dundas District High School boys team was 5th this year.
Lindsay Fumerton (North Grenville) 3rd, Sydney Sequillion (KCVI) 10th, Emily Hockey (St. Michael’s HS) 17th, Hannah Robinson 29th and Victoria Borgia 30th (NDDHS), and newcomers Jannel and Justine Miller (Thousand Islands SS).
Patrick Jaquemet 12th and Cyrill Jaquemet 18th, Matthew Adams 24th and Josh Beach (North Dundas), Josh Sequillion 26th (Leahurst), Duncan Youngdale 30th (North Grenville), and Liam Martin (Blythe Academy).
This year we have to say good-bye to our graduating student-archers: Sydney, Matthew, Josh B and Jannel. Good luck with your future scholastic endeavours and try to keep archery in your life.
Perkins, Duenas win MICA gold – SNAC gals win silver
As of May 05, the semi-official 2014 MICA results were posted on the COPARCO website. Our junior boys team (made up of cubs and cadets) was SO close, missing the bronze medal by ONE point! Good shooting, Josh, Josh and Kaleb!
SNAC’s recurve junior girls team won the silver medal! Well done, ladies. The field was much bigger this year.
Individually, two well-known Canadian archers won gold medals: congratulations to Christopher Perkins (SR M CPD) who shot a huge 599, and to Crispin Duenas of Scarborough, ON (SR M REC) who shot a terrific 590. Great shooting!
And congratulations to all the archers who shot MICA. It is a difficult tournament to win or place in with so many countries involved again this year.
See all the individual and team results at:
Canadian MICA results now available
Congratulations to all SNAC archers who participated in the 2014 MICA (multi-indoor site championships of the Americas) tournament. Special mention to our men’s and women’s recurve junior teams, Josh Parker, Lindsay Fumerton, Christopher Perkins and Cassy Montgomery.
The Canadian results have been posted on the Archery Canada website now that all sites have completed the round.
To view the results, please use the following link:
This event terminates on April 30th. You will be able to access the final results during the first week in May either on the Archery Canada website, COPARCO website, or this website.
Group Classes resume on April 16, 17 and 18
Session #4 group classes start for advanced youth (April 16), advanced adult (April 17) and beginner youth and adult (April 18).
Session #4 advanced classes Lesson plans are available under “Classes – Youth” or “Classes – Adult”. Beginner lesson plans have been posted already.
Please note that there will be no classes on Wednesday, May 14 or Thursday, May 15 due to the annual trip to Toronto for the Ontario High School Archery Championships. Though Kathy has not received confirmation of this event for 2014, it is assumed that the high school championship will run as usual at Richmond Green Sports Complex, just north of Toronto.