Date(s) - 2014/06/25
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
South Nation Archery Supply
A Canadian 900 Round is a great way to start your competitive outdoor archery career. Though the distances can be challenging (55m, 45m and 35m), everyone uses the full 122-cm target face for the 30 arrows shot at each distance. Pre-Cub distances are shorter, but we need to know that you are interested in shooting these distances well in advance; if there is enough space on the outdoor range to accommodate this youth round, SNAC will provide it.
Our club league night is Wednesday and it is a great chance to socialise in a relaxed atmosphere. The final Wednesday night, July 16th, is nationally-registered; it will start on time at 6pm (18:00) and will be run as an official judged and timed tournament. This is great experience for those archers in the train-to-train and train-to-compete stages of Long-Term Athlete Development.
Note: These tournaments will be used as Ontario Summer Games Qualification Tournaments as well. The Summer Games are held every other year to train Ontario youth for performances at multi-sport events such as Pan American and Olympic Games. Archers should be the correct age and in the train-to-compete LTAD phase. SNAC is adding two more Saturday rounds starting at 10am. They will be held on June 21 and 28. Only senior distances are provided (55m, 45m and 35m). Pre-registration is compulsory.
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 and sorry for this inconvenience.