Awards & Records

 

Awards

Members who shoot tournament or Club rounds can claim various awards. These include:

 

Achievement badges

All Gold badges: When all 6 consecutive arrows are in the gold zone of a target.

Perfect badges: When all 6 consecutive arrows are in the 10 or X zone of a target.

For the above badges there are Club, State and National level badges.

 

Classification badges 

These badges are attained by shooting 3 scores at at a specific level.

Badge levels - White, Black, Blue, Red, Gold, Master, Grand Master, Elite Bronze, Elite Silver and Elite Gold. 

 

Scoring Badges

The following badges are available for achieving a range of score levels.

Australian 720 Star badges: Available for Recurve archers shooting the 70m 720 round (122cm target face) and Compound archers shooting the 50m 720 round (80cm 5 ring target face).

Australian Field Star badge: Available to all archers competing in a registered World Archery 28 target Field Tournament or QRE. The award is an annual award intended for all age categories, Gold – Recurve, Red – Compound, Blue Barebow (Recurve and Compound) and  Green – Longbow.    

World Archery Star badge: Awarded when shooting a 144 arrow World Archery registered tournament.

World Archery Target badge: Awarded when shooting WA 900, 18m Indoor and 25m Indoor Rounds.

World Crossbow Shooting Association Star badge: Awarded for Crossbow shooters competing in a TC 900 round.

 

Claiming badges. To claim one of the above badges, please mark you claim on the score sheet. While there is a cost for these badges the Club will pay for the badge. Once the claim is approved by the Club Recorder it will be presented to you by the Club Recorder.

 

Records
All Archery Australia awards will be recorded on the Archer's Diary system.The site includes a section that shows what scores, awards and records you have achieved. See the 'My Stuff' tab on that web site. 
 

We have updated the Perfect and All Gold awards that have been awarded in the past 12 months but we need you to tell us what awards you have received in the past so we can update your awards. 

If you have received any badges at the Club, RGB or National level, that are not listed in Archer's Diary, please send an email to the Club recorder at: recorder@canberraarchery.club.

 

Archers Diary now includes all Club and Archery ACT records.
Location

We are located on Thurbon Road, Lyneham. CAC forms part of the Southwell Park recreational facilities.

 

Open 7 days a week:

The club is open to members seven days a week. Members are free to shoot at any time, subject to planned activities and events.

Contact Us 

info@canberraarchery.club

 

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