The Archery GB National Tour Final will take place at Wollaton Hall, Nottingham from 2-3 September as the pinnacle event of the UK outdoor season.
From 2-3 September, the top 40 archers in the UK will come together to shoot for their titles at Nottingham's scenic Wollaton Hall. The top 8 men and women in the compound and recurve categories and the top 4 barebow men and women qualified from their successful performances across the six National Tour stages throughout the year.
Our finalists consist of UK and world number 1s, Olympians, European Games champions, European champions and World Cup medallists. The level of shooting will undoubtably bring crowds from all over the country to watch the athletes' performances on the big stage.
Saturday 2 September: barebow/compound day
10 am – 16:30 pm
Sunday 3 September: recurve day
10:30 am – 15:30 pm
Come September, the finals field will be set and the cameras rolling. We want to see all of you there, cheering on our athletes as they shoot for the year’s biggest UK archery title. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased from the link below. There will be plenty of seats, an archery have-a-go and refreshments on sale. So bring your family, friends and club mates along and follow the action. It’s going to be a weekend you won’t want to miss!
Saturday 10 am - barebow finals
Saturday 11:30 am - compound men finals
Saturday 14:30 pm - compound women finals
Sunday 10:30 am - recurve women finals
Sunday 13:15 pm - recurve men finals
Last year, the finals did not disappoint, and we are sure to see the same world-class standard this time around. For the compound men, 21-year-old Adam Carpenter won for a third year in a row. Can he make it four? World ranked number one compound woman Ella Gibson will be going into the finals with the hope of retaining her title from last year. With World Archery bidding for compound to be added to the 2028 LA Games, come and see the best in the world in action in what could be the newest Olympic sport.
On the recurve side, new Olympic squad member and rising star Monty Orton has made his mark on the team and will be one to watch out for at the finals. The recurve woman world number one Penny Healey is determined to defend her title from 2022, and teammate and world number two Bryony Pitman will also be ready to take that gold medal.
Last year was the first time that barebow had been introduced to the National Tour Final. This time, we’re bringing the top four men and top four women barebow archers to show what they’re made of. Wilco van Kleef is the current men’s champion, and Helen Brown will be ready to defend her title too.
Check out the official event website!