The Disability Championships brings together World Archery classified athletes and archers with physical or visual impairments for a weekend of fun and inclusive shooting.
|Open: 16 May
Qualification will be a WA 70/60/50m shot at the distance of your choice in ends of six.
Head to head matches will be shot between two archers in the same category. Each archer has 20 seconds to shoot each arrow. (Except the W1 category who get 30 seconds in alternate match play)
The new addition to the 2023 shoot is a pairs competition. All archers will compete at 30m followed by head to heads. Archers will be assigned pairs prior to the competition, bow types will shoot with the same bow type, there will be no categories. Everyone will shoot on a 80cm face.
Recurve / W1 Category – Set scoring
Each set consists of three arrows. If an athlete wins the match, they win 2 set points, a tie is worth 1 set point. The winner is the first archer to gain 6 points.
Compound – Cumulative scoring.
Athletes will shoot 5 ends, 3 arrows per end, totalling 15 arrows with a maximum score of 150 points.
Unsighted Bow Women
Unsighted Bow Men