As of September 30, the 8pm advanced adult class has the maximum number of students registered already. You have two options for advanced adult classes: Thursdays at 6pm or Wednesdays at 8pm. If you are interested in either of these classes, please pre-register ASAP.
Pre-registration is open for the December 15, 2019 world-sanctioned 18M tournament. The distance is 18m for all archers, with a choice of single or 3-spot vertical 40cm target faces for cadets, juniors, seniors and masters. Younger archers shoot at a 60cm size face. All archers shoot 60 arrows for score.
Pre-registration is compulsory for either the 10am line or the 2pm (14:00) line. Doors open 2 hours before the start time. Official practice starts one hour before scoring starts.
A 6pm (18:00) line will be added only if there is sufficient demand.
Youth $15; Adults $25
Please use the links below to see the results from our annual event. Thank you to all the archers who participated! It was a great weekend, great weather, some really good scores and good company. 🙂
See everyone again next July.
MICA preliminary results have been posted (finally) and SNAC archers did quite well considering that there were over 3200 (!) archers participating this year.
4th SNAC Women’s Recurve Team (Crystal Foster, Sandra Rampton-Siedule & Connie Siedule)
8th Alexandra Paquette JR W CPD
15th Sandra Rampton-Siedule JR W REC
26th SNAC Men’s Recurve Team (Jordan Eastman, Mohamed El-Halawani & Shane Bryson)
41st Hannah Rousseau CDT W CPD
43rd Crystal Foster SR W REC
More results to come when the list is finalized.
Congratulations to all SNAC archers, Canadian archers and all the Americas!
As of July 3rd @ 6pm, the following spots are still available. These totals will change as the tournament draws nearer.
If you are interested in shooting any of these tournaments, act ASAP to avoid disappointment. Call or write to Kathy or Larry.
July 13 9:00 am line: 60m 2 spots, 50m 4 spots
July 13 2:00 pm line: 70m 1 spot, 60m 2 spots, 50m 5 spots
July 14 9:00 am line: 70m 1 spot, 60m 1 spots, 50m 2 spots
July 14 2:00 pm line: 70m 2 spots, 60m 2 spots, 50m 5 spots
In preparation for the National Compound Archery Team’s participation in The Netherlands in June, Kathleen Millar (women’s coach) and Sean McKenty (head coach) lead a national team training camp hosted by Sean and Fiona in the Windsor area on May 13-14, 2019.
All women team members will be present for the registered tournaments and simulations. For the men’s team, everyone except for Brendan von Richter from Victoria will be present.
The men’s team of Brendan, Robbie Nott and Austin Taylor reprises the team that Kathleen led during the 2018 World Cup at Salt Lake City. The women’s team sees the return of Fiona McClean and Fiona Maude, along with Katie Roth. It will be a solid, experienced team.
There was no dominant archer this year in the advanced classes. And though we had a lot of arrows pass through the flame, only the following archers put it out without touching the candle itself. One candle each for:
Emma McMillan, Hannah Rousseau, Bill Mackey and Hester Grodde.
Pam Leclair, Bob Kerr and Luke Seldenthuis
Congratulations to all students!
Here are the results for our club. After April 30, you will be able to see all the Canadian results on the Archery Canada website.
You will be able to see all the results for the Americas on the COPARCO website starting after May 01.
The 2019 Canadian 900 leagues/tournament and the annual 4 x 720 weekend dates are posted in our events calendar. For the 900 rounds, sign up and join us for fun, outdoor shooting and experience. The 720 Rounds are geared towards provincial and national-level athletes.
For more details, or to pre-register, please phone Kathy or Larry during normal business hours at: 1-613-989-2943 or confirm with an e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We had some terrific shooting this year and some PBs along the way. Special note for Sandra Rampton-Siedule and Durvishan Thananchayan – well done!
Normally, Alexandra Paquette shoots the nationals with us, but this is a Canada Winter Games year, so her first round score of 583 (!) at the Games will be used. Alexandra is a double-gold medallist for compound, individual female as well as team!
For results on the national event at SNAC, use this link. Our web media link is not functioning correctly right now
One more tournament to go: MICA on March 24!