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Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter INDOOR 25 METER "FITA II"

Sent February 20th 2015

The response we had from running a 25-meter indoor FITA II awhile back was very high, so we are doing it again, if enough people respond to this by signing up on the TSAA website using the same form as for the TOTS events - it is a choice among the dates/venues drop-down box on the entry form. So if you're interested on shooting in Columbus on MARCH 14th, go HERE, fill in the form and choose "3/14-FITAII", and hit submit.  We'll stay in touch with you, and a summary of all the FITA II participants w...

Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter 2015 Outdoor Season Draws Near...

Sent February 18th 2015

RESULTS for the TSAA State Indoor event from this last weekend have been posted to the results area of the TSAA Website.  We will include a summary of records broken on the page once they have been verified.  Please note that the USAA National Indoor Championship venue in College Station at A&M has more than 300 people signed up so far, and the registration deadline has passed. The state of Texas is alive with archery opportunities, especially if you expand your horizons to include different disciplines. &n...

Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter Winter? Indoor? Keep Shooting!

Sent January 16th 2015

HAVE YOU REGISTERED YET? Registration for the TSAA State JOAD Indoor in Victoria at Straight Arrow Archery has a deadline only a day (17th, 8pm) away.  The 1pm line on Saturday is plumb full up with more than 50 archers, but DOES have room for a couple of yeoman kids that want to have non-competitive FUN on their very own target.  The morning line has space for a dozen or more archers, and the special Sunday, FITA II which is shot at 25 meters (!) indoors, has a number of openings as well.  To see ...

Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter December Message

Sent December 23rd 2014

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and may your holidays be family-filled.  I hope you find that Santie Claus has left at least one new piece of archery gear under the tree! The registration is up and running for the TSAA State JOAD Indoor championship, being hosted by Straight Arrow Archery in Victoria.  It will be held on Saturday, January 24th, AND on the 25th, a Sunday, we will hold a 25-meter INDOOR FITA II event.  Not many places in the country hold this competition, so it's a special opportuni...

Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter Fall Updates On Texas Archery

Sent November 21st 2014

World Archery put a page up on their site, to try an explain the workings of the "Set" competitions that have been in use for more than a year now.  Coaches, parents, and archers, review this if you plan to be involved with competitions for the USA:  "...The new Set System, the Compound Round, the official introduction of Mixed Team and the other decisions have one goal: keep our competitions fair and make them even more exciting for the athletes, the fans, the media and the partners of archery...

Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter : Pending and Past

Sent September 8th 2014

First, in case you have not heard, Brady Ellison just won the Grand Prix Final held in Switzerland, barely more than a week after winning the World Field Championships.  Two distinctly different styles of archery, and somehow I think if there were a World Clout Championship event tomorrow his skills might prevail there, as well.  For more information, check the USA Archery site, and for links to videos, stories, and photos, the World Archery Site... We hope to have in the next newsletter, a writeup on the ma...

Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter Message

Sent August 5th 2014

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Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter Message

Sent July 13th 2014

Shooting Opportunities! *CLOUT *SHOOT EVENT*! Saturday July 19th. 2014 in Bryan, Texas, hosted by the Brazos 4H JOAD Archery club* *Clout is shooting old-style, in a high, over-the-castle-wall, method.  The archer aims at a target ON the ground that is as much as 180 meters away.  It is surprising just how accurate an archer can get with just a little practice!  For those that haven't shot a clout event before, Rick Stonebraker will provide some tips and how-to information on the morning of the event.&...

Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter Message

Sent June 10th 2014

The Target Championship and the JOAD Target Championship for the Texas State Archery Association were held simultaneously as two lines in Columbus, Texas June 7 & 8, 2014. It was a very dynamic mix of archery demands.  Coaches Tom Barker and John Magera (in alphabetical order) provided this summary of the event: It's not bragging, if you can really do it.    Babe Ruth said that. (yep, that's Babe Ruth).  I bet you thought a Texan said that and yes, we just did, because....... Those of us ...

Texas State Archery Association's Newsletter Message

Sent May 28th 2014

US TEAM SELECTED FOR WORLD FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS! For the full story, check the USA Archery website. Congratulations are in order for all of the archers for their performance at the National Field Championship this last weekend. It was a challenging course with lots of sun, humidity, and not a few mosquitoes! We were extremely fortunate as far as weather goes – the venue had more than FIVE inches of rain fall in just hours, the day after competition finished! If it had hit a day earlier, just think of how much fun they...

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