2021 3D Archery Championships

2021 NWT 3D ARCHERY CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2021 NWT 3D Archery Championships will be held in Fort Smith, NT from September 3-5, 2021. The tournament will be held at the Fort Smith Ski Club and is open to all ages. The event will feature many 3D targets. Divisions will include both compound and recurve divisions. 

 

Championship details:

  • Where: Fort Smith Ski Club
  • When: September 3-5, 2021
  • Schedule:  
    • Friday, September 3: (evening) Practice/orientation
    • Saturday, September 4: All day shoot
    • Sunday, September 5: Morning- shoot. Afternoon- Closing ceremonies
      • **Depending on participant numbers, Sunday events may happen on Saturday.

  • Categories:
    • U14, U16, U19, Open

 

COVID-19 Guidelines: Will be posted once approved by the WSCC.

 

Equipment is available for rental. Free of charge. 

 

Travel Subsidy: ASCNWT will provide a 50% travel subsidy to all NWT residents who wish to attend the 2021 3D Archery Championships. Funds are limited and therefore will be available on a ‘first come, first served” basis.

 

Registration fee: $50

Click here to pay registration fee

 

Prizes will be awarded!!

 

 

If you wish to register, please fill out the form. The deadline for registration will be September 1st, 2021.

Please feel free to contact Carson Roche if you have any questions. carson@ascnwt.ca or 867.669.8385

 
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