The United States Archery Team, "USAT", consists of the best masters, senior, para, junior and cadet archers in the country, selected based on performance in several national events over a yearlong season.
USA Archeryis making changes to the 2017 event format. Please read to get an idea of what to expect in 2017.
2017 National Senior Games - Birmingham, AL
Six local archers traveled to Birmingham, AL earlier in June to compete in the 2017 National Senior Games. One archer, Anne Gallant, set new Games records for a 900 round and high tournament score. Congratulations Anne! And congratulations to all the archers. Great Job!! MA results here. Complete NSG 2017 results here.
Local archers qualify for 2017 Regional Dream Team!
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – Last year, USA Archery introduced a new program into its athlete development pipeline: The Regional Dream Team (RDT). A prerequisite program for recurve archers who would like to attend Recurve JDT camp as an invitee, the East and West Regional Dream Teams are comprised of dedicated and promising recurve archers from each region of the country. This self-funded program is for archers looking to improve their skills and gain access to the best-quality training in some of the most excellent archery training facilities in the world with a dedicated set of USA Archery certified coaches.
This year, there are many opportunities to represent the U.S. team in international competitions around the globe. Archers can compete for spots on the Master, Senior, Para, Barebow, Junior or Cadet United States Archery Teams (USAT) and many will represent the U.S. at the Archery World Cup and World Championships events. More at USA Archery. Click link above.
Back in town!
More than 20 local archers participated in national events recently.