WA Indoor Round
WA Indoor Round
The athletes shoot 60 arrows at the distance of 18m. This round is first to select the top 32 men and top 32 women in each division and the top 16 men’s and women’s team in each division. Each archer will shoot 20 ends each of 3 arrows in 2 minutes per end on a 40cm face.
The top 32 men and top 32 women in each division of the qualification round will proceed to the Elimination Rounds.
The archers (top 32 men and top 32 women) will be placed on a single Elimination Pairing Chart according to their placing in the Qualification Round.
Compound archers will shoot 5 ends of 3 arrows: in total 15 arrows, with the highest total score being declared the winner. They have 2 minutes to do so for each end.
Recurve archers shoot up to 5 ends of 3 arrows in a set system with each end being scored individually. 2 points a set win, 1 each for a tie and 0 for a set loss. The archer who reaches at least 6 points first, is declared the winner.
The eight winning archers will go on to the Final Rounds (quarter-finals, semi-finals, bronze and gold matches). In the finals matches archers will shoot alternate arrows. Each archer will have up to 20 seconds to shoot one arrow.
Important things to note:
For one arrow shoot offs, arrows need to the shot into the middle target if shooting on a triple face target.
Practice on the competition field during bye’s will be limited to x3 arrows per end and a maximum of x3 sets for recurve and x5 ends for compound. If more than x3 arrows is shot by an athlete in an end after being warned by a judge, the athlete may be denied further practice on the competition field but any such violation shall not affect the next match.