LANCASTER ARCHERY CLASSIC
The Lancaster Archery Classic offers one of the most exciting archery tournament formats in the world, with a 60-arrow qualification round, followed by head-to-head matches that culminate in a shoot-your-way-to-the-top grand finale that offers every finalist the chance to take home the top prize in their division.
USA ARCHERY INDOOR NATIONALS
USA Archery Indoor Nationals Final is an invitation only event for the top 8 archers, regardless of age, merged from each Indoor Nationals location in the following categories: Recurve Men * Recurve Women * Compound Men * Compound Women * Non-Gender Barebow to compete in a head-to-head shoot off.
THE VEGAS SHOOT
The Vegas Shoot is known as the largest and most prestigious indoor archery tournament in the World. The event brings together nearly 4,000 archers from around the Globe ranging from beginner archers to Olympic champions. Senior, youth, compound, or recurve; The Vegas Shoot welcomes all demographics and shooting styles. The three-day competition features the traditional 3-spot 20-yard Vegas Round that made this tournament famous.
ARCHERY WORLD CUP
The Archery World Cup is a competition, started in 2006, organized by the World Archery Federation, where the archers compete in four stages in four countries and the best eight archers of each category advance to an additional stage to contest the Archery World Cup Final.
At the Olympics, target archery is practised with recurve bows. This sees athletes fire at targets 70 meters away, with competitors going head-to-head to win set points (with 2 points for winning a set or 1 point for tying a set), with the first to 6 set points winning the match.
At the Paralympic Games, Para-archery is open to athletes with a physical impairment and comprises standing and wheelchair events. Athletes shoot from a distance at a target marked with 10 scoring zones.
WORLD ARCHERY 3D CHAMPIONSHIPS
3D archery is the discipline of shooting at stationary foam targets in the shapes of different animals set at varying distances, heights and angles around a course. World Archery organizes a 3D archery world championships, which is called the World Archery 3D Championships, every two years. It was first held in 2003.
WORLD ARCHERY CHAMPIONSHIPS
World Archery organises an outdoor target archery world championships, which is called the World Archery Championships, every two years. It is considered the sport's pinnacle event, and each winner is referred to as the World Archery Champion. The event was first held in 1931.
WORLD ARCHERY FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Field archery is the discipline of shooting at stationary circular targets of different sizes set at varying distances, heights and angles around a course. The competition rounds used at international events use a yellow and black target set at distances between 5 and 60 meters for recurve, compound and barebow archers.
WORLD ARCHERY PARA CHAMPIONSHIPS
Para archery is the discipline for athletes classified with a physical or visual impairment. The rules for targets, competition format and matchplay are the same as for the target archery and indoor archery disciplines. In addition to the recurve and compound categories, para archery also has a W1 category for athletes with a severe impairment and a visually impaired category.
WORLD INDOOR ARCHERY CHAMPIONSHIPS (TARGET)
Indoor archery is the discipline of target archery when practised indoors. The competition rounds used at international events use smaller versions of the recognizable yellow, red, blue, black and white targets, typically set a distance of 18 meters for both recurve and compound archers.
WORLD OUTDOOR TARGET CHAMPIONSHIPS
Target archery is the discipline of shooting at stationary circular targets set at specific distances. The competition rounds at international events use the recognizable yellow, red, blue, black and white targets set at distances of 70 meters for recurve archers and 50 meters for compound archers.
WORLD YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS (OUTDOOR TARGET)
The World Youth Archery Championships, an international competition in archery, have been held in alternate years since 1991 each time in a different host city. There are events in cadet and junior categories using the recurve and compound bows.