Registering your Shoot (Registered and non-registered)
Holding a Registered Archery Canada Shoot, Target or 3D
- Go the Archery Canada website and under “Forms”, fill out the form: 2010/2011 Archery Canada/FITA Tournament Registration Guidelines to register shoots. http://www.archerycanada.ca/en/administration/forms or click on the blue pdf letters below: –2010/2011 Archery Canada/FITA Tournament Registration Guidelines pdf 2010/11/24
- Print the form off and fax or email it to Scott Ogilivie who will register the shoot with Archery Canada. He will acknowledge the application via E-mail.
- Open the ATAA Shoot Application Form below. Fill out the form and fields as required. Once you hit submit all necessary ATAA executives will receive a copy.
Please Note: Due to limited judges we need at least 3 weeks’ notice before shoot date. Shoots submitted after the shoot deadlines outline on the form will be accepted however a subject to judge availability.
ALSO: ATAA has a policy that Provincial shoots take precedence over club shoots thus other registered shoots should not fall on the same weekend as any of the 4 Provincial shoots.
All registered shoots will be governed by the Archery Canada/World Archery rulebook.
Archery Canada and World Archery have minimum requirements on how the range/field needs to be set up, from sound/light system layout, certified targets used & sizes, lane spaces, number signs, flags, etc. This information can be found under the section 7, 8 and 11 of the AC rulebook:
When hosting an ATAA Provincial shoot please remember that information regarding the shoot should be approved by the ATAA Executive. All ATAA Executives are here to help with the smooth running of these events. The frame work for these shoots can be found in our constitution and policies.
If you have questions regarding hosting an AC or WA shoot please feel free to email the president at firstname.lastname@example.org or the judge coordinator email@example.com for assistance on running and organizing a registered shoot.
Holding a Non-Registered (fun) shoot, Target or 3D.
Open the ATAA Shoot Application Form below. Fill out the form and fields as required.
Please submit your requests at least 4 weeks ahead of shoot event to ensure your event is published in the newsletter and on the ATAA website.
***Note- Non-registered shoots do not require judges. No form is required by Archery Canada to hold a non-registered shoot.
Club note: The ATAA executive must be informed of ALL Archery Canada registered shoots held in our Provincial boundaries regardless of organizer, facility or time.
The ATAA will arrange all judges regardless of shoot. Please do not make your own arrangements for judging.