Archery GB Junior UK Masters. Anyone who is a Junior Master Bowman is welcome to enter this event and you have until the end of July to achieve this award and qualify for entry.
|10/09/2022 - 11/09/2022|
|Deer Park Archers, Gloucestershire
For directions to the ground, see the Deer Park Archers website
|Assembly 9.15, 3 ends of Practice at 9:30|
Chair of judges
For more information
|Please contact Archery GB|
Anyone who is a Junior Master Bowman is welcome to enter this event and you have until the end of July to achieve this award and qualify for entry. All JMBs will also receive an invite through the post.
The tournament is in line with World Archery Age groups so people can enter up to the age of 20.
The event will be a World Record Status for the 70m, 60m and 50m Compound round.
Cadet – Archery under 17 on the 1 January on year of competition
Junior – Archers under 20 on the 1 January on the year of competition
Only 1 parent or guardian/coach will be allowed into the shooting area with athletes. Athletes may not remain in or enter the shooting area during other sessions.
By invitation or email
Medals and trophies
A waiting list will be in operation as soon as the event is filled, once you have been moved from the waiting list you will be given a 48-hour window to accept and pay for your place.
Archers who are unable to get to the target should discuss their requirements at least two weeks before the competition with the organisers, please note if this isn’t done, a solution might not be available on the day.
Food will be available in the foyer. Drinks and snacks may be consumed in the hall.
Please expect music to be played at a low-level during shooting.
Space is limited in the hall and as such the front row of chairs will be dedicated to those Juniors competing in the current session. Parents and supporters must occupy the chairs behind. Please do not be offended if you are asked to move by the Judges or Work Party, otherwise we may ask you to leave the hall entirely and it puts at jeopardy the number of supporters we will allow into the hall next year per competitor.
Parking will be available near the hall onsite for free.
No refunds will be given 28 days before the event. Refunds prior to this will be as advertised on Sport:80 when you enter and will be administered 5 working days after the event.
The decision of the Competitions and Events Manager will be final.
Please refer to Archery GB rules of shooting for dress regulations, all archers should comply with dress regulations until after presentations of the awards.
Archers competing at record status tournaments may be subject to testing. Competitors who are approached to give samples must comply; Non-compliance will be treated as a positive result. By entering this competition, you consent to testing, if you are entering a minor into this competition you consent to the testing of that minor, this is in line with UK Anti-Doping Policy, Rule 5.7.2.
No smoking/vaping is allowed in the building; there are designated smoking/vaping areas outside the facility.
Event formats can be changed on the day due to unforeseen circumstances by the competition manager, organiser and judge in charge in collaboration with competitors.
Lost arrows must be reported to a judge or member of the field party (please remember to inform them if you later find the arrow). It is the archer’s responsibility to account for all arrows before leaving the field.
Please be aware parents will be expected to help with scoring where required.
Animals will not be allowed at this event, except for assistance dogs.
All entries will be treated in accordance with the Archery GB privacy notice and subject to Archery GB’s competition terms and conditions.
In line with the recommendation in the Archery GB Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy, the organisers of this event request that any person wishing to engage in any video, zoom or close range photography should register their details with Tournament Organiser at the registration desk before carrying out any such photography.
If parents/carers have any particular concern about their child/young person being photographed or filmed they should notify the organisers.
Please note in line with the Photographing & Filming Children & Young People in Sport policy you may be required to obtain written permission from the subject and/or their parents/carers to publish images on the internet or in print. Archery GB reserves the right to decline entry to any person unable to meet or abide by these conditions.
If you are concerned about any photography taking place at this event, please contact the tournament organiser.