Indoor national championships should be considered as the fourth progression in long-term athlete development. Archers should be, or should have participated in house leagues, mailmatches and at least one provincial indoor tournament before taking on a one-time national-level tournament.
The Archery Canada regional indoor 10-ring championships are held the first full weekend in March every year. In 2016, it runs from March 12-13, attempting to attract Canada’s best indoor archers nation-wide, without worrying about poor weather conditions. The round consists of 60 arrows, shot at 18m and depending upon age/equipment, on a 40cm target face or 60cm face. This event is not suitable for PeeWees or archers who have trouble reaching the target consistently at 18m. Morning line doors open at 8:30, scoring starts at 10:00 AM.
SNAC offers several opportunities on a first-come, first-served basis. SNAC will consider pre-registering an archer for more than one time slot only if there are spaces available, two days prior to the tournament line in question.
Pre-register for the line you wish. Tournament fees are $15 for youth and $20 for adults.
This tournament is sanctioned by World Archery.