HOTEL AND PLANO INFORMATION:
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The tournament will consist of a 2 day, 144 arrow FITA round (4 different distances). FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON AFTER THE MORNING'S 2 DISTANCES, FOR THE FIRST TIME WE WILL HAVE A NASP FUN SHOOT, A bridge event, a Clout Round, and an Competition Round. On Sunday we will hold a FITA Clout after the two final distances.
If you need information on the distances and ages for divisions, please consult this
following link. The clout round will be 36 arrows in 6 arrow ends.
Tentative Schedule (all times are subject to change):
Friday, Sept. 8th - Field marking only. (NO PRACTICE ON FRIDAY - archers will have plenty of time to get sight marks on Saturday morning).
VOLUNTEERS ARE WELCOME TO ASSIST IN THE TASK OF SETTING THE FIELD, especially early on Saturday and Sunday mornings.Please email the Tourney Organizer if you can help on Friday, laying out and setting up the field!
Parking is close by, please bring ice chest coolers, drinks, snacks, EZ-UP tents, chairs, etc. and share shade if you can, as we are not allowed to have concessions on the field. We must comletely remove all equipment from the field Saturday evening.
SCHEDULE: (All times are "goals" and may vary depending on conditions)
Friday, Sept. 7th, 2010 - 1pm - design & lay out field lines. We can not leave any equipment out overnight; we will measure and score the lines in preparation
Saturday, Sept. 8th, 2010
6:30am - set up field - volunteers needed to avoid delay in start time..
7:30-8:30am Check-In, equipment inspection, and official practice, sight marks for two longer distances
8:45am - 1:00pm Scoring longest TWO FITA distances
1 hour lunch from end of 2nd long distance, approximately 1 to 2pm
2PM SATURDAY: NASP FUN SHOOT OPPORTUNITY-We are gauging interest and this is completely flexible, but our plans currently are to bridge to, reach out to, NASP archers with a fun afternoon outdoor archery event for them. Events Planned: Target Round, Elimination Round, and Clout (shoot the castle!) round are on the agenda.
First, NASP students are welcome to spectate during the morning two rounds and view olympic style archery shot the entire length of a football field. After the morning rounds, they can join in the fun!
For a nominal $10 fee, NASP archers will shoot an outdoor "600 round" (30 arrows at each of 2 distances, or one distance and two sizes of targets).
Distances will be "as tolerated" by the archer and scores will be kept for educational purposes. To begin, we will hold a 30 minute fun shoot where archers test their bows and find their favorite distances. There will also be a fun CLOUT shoot at a castle and an elimination round. Registered Yeoman archers can shoot this at no additional charge. Bows/arrows will be included for those that do not own their own.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A MEMBER OF THE USA ARCHERY/TSAA IN ORDER TO SHOOT THE FUN SHOOT! Just choose NASP/GUEST for the membership field on the registration form.
End of shooting on Saturday: Field Take-Down by volunteers
Sunday, Sept. 9th, 2010
6:30am- set up field - volunteers needed to avoid delay in start time.
8am-8:45am: Official Practice and sight marks for two shorter distances
9:00-11:30am - longer of the two shorter FITA distances
11:30-12:30 lunch break
12:30 - 2 ends of warm-up at shortest distance
12:45-2pm - last distance
2pm: Field changeover to CLOUT FIELD
2:30-4pm - CLOUT ROUND followed immediately by AWARDS
Tournament Entry Fee: $40 PER ADULT. $30 PER YOUTH (YEOMAN and NASP EVENT ARE DISCOUNTED TO $10). Postmark deadline of
Saturday, Sept. 1st to avoid late fee. Late fee of $10.00 (excluding Yeoman entries) will be required if not payed by the Sept. 1 deadline. USE PAYPAL FOR QUICK AND EASY PAYMENT.
Families with more than two archers must pay two full registration fees for 2 oldest archers, then any additional family youth fees are just $10 each.
Any cancellations prior to deadline will receive full refund. Cancellations after deadline will receive full refund unless archer is the sole participant of a division, in which case a $10 fee will be retained to offset trophy costs.
Tournament director will be Ron Carmichael - emergency contact phone number: (512) 797-4127
View current registrants (and double check your own entry info once it is processed by the webmaster) Feel free to use the comment field for ANYTHING you wish to communicate to us, and for questions.
Registrations: (CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT AND SUBMIT THE ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM). NASP archers, please register and use the PayPal so we can plan for the gear you will need. NASP archers are "guests" rather than USAA or NFAA members.
AFTER YOU HAVE REGISTERED, AND IF YOU DID NOT PAY THEN, YOU CAN USE THIS LINK TO PAY BY PAYPAL:
(Please do not pay prior to registering - it may not get processed right)
NASP archers - your payment is for the Saturday afternoon events. If you also want to shoot the tournament, please register again for that.
PRICES WILL BE $10 HIGHER AFTER THE DEADLINE, EXCEPT FOR THE NASP FUN SHOOT WHICH REMAINS ONLY $10.
If you are not "PayPal"ing, ENTRIES MUST BE
POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, 2012
TO AVOID LATE FEE OF $10!
Mail your check or money order to:
c/o Gina Carmichael
2703 Cornell Cove
Lago Vista, TX 78645
In order to expedite your registration, please fill out the ONLINE registration form, This will aid in preparation for the tournament and it is greatly appreciated. A copy of the information will be emailed to you as well so please double-check the info If you catch an error, just email us. You will be asked to sign a standard NAA waiver upon checkin at the tournament. Remember that your registration is not official until your registration payment is received.
Frequent emailed questions:
What about mosquitos?
There is no standing water nearby and the field is very dry, but please bring repellant as a preventative. If you are not used to sun exposure you should also bring light longsleeve clothes or else use sunscreen.
Do I have to join the TSAA/USA Archery ($50 per year) to compete?
NO, for the NASP FUN SHOOT event there is a mere $10 fee and no "join" requirement.
BUT:The two day tournament has trophies, and is sanctioned by World Archery, so that any competitors can shoot state, national, and even world records, and we pay certified judges for this. Youth that are competitive enough can use the scores shot in this to apply for the USA Junior Dream Team, the USA Junior Archery Team, and adults, the USA Senior Archery Team. (Fame and discounts on equipment are then possible for that archer)
In order for the tournament to achieve this status, the competitors of the two-day event must be members. We are allowed to have a "guest" division and such guests shoot all the tournament but are not eligible to win trophies, set records, etc..
Question 2: Do I need to bring a bow and arrows?
For NASP fun shoot on Saturday PM, all gear is available but if you have your own gear you are welcome to bring and use it. If it is more than 20 pounds in bow weight you may have to shoot with our bow so your arrows are not damaged by pass-throughs.
For the two-day tournament all archers bring their own gear. For the youngest novice archers, we may have a bow that will work - write if you think you might need this.
Question 3: What distances will I shoot?
For the NASP fun shoot, experts will help you will pick the best distance.
For the two-day event, your age and gender determine the distance. There is a link on the information page to a chart of ages, gender, distances so you can find your division. The men will shoot as far as 98 yards!(90 meters)
Question 4: What do I need to bring? For the Fun NASP shoot on Saturday afternoon, just dress appropriately for outdoors and shooting, including tennis shoes (not sandals).
There is a link for the dress code for the two-day tournament (Yes, the World Archery and USA Archery have rules that include a dress code) on the tournament information page on www.texasarchery.org.
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