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|Apart from the individual National Championship and
WIAC parts of the event there is a team event that is part of both
the AA National Championships and the WIAC.OPEN TEAMS EVENT
The Open Teams Event consists of 7 categories:
Junior: Recurve and Compound
Open: Recurve, Compound and Barebow (barebow recurve and longbow)
Master: Recurve and Compound
There is no limit to the number of teams able to be entered in any
category by any RGB or country; it is up to individual archers to
form the teams and then have them entered by contacting the venue
organisers up until the morning of competition.
Archery Australia National Championship Medals: As this event is also
part of the Archery Australia National Indoor Championships, Championship
medals will be awarded to each of the three members in the seven winning
teams, or Archery Australia Visitors medals will be awarded to non-Australian
winning teams. The top Australian team in each category will be awarded
National Championship medals even if they are not the overall winners.
WIAC Certificates: This team event is also part of WIAC and WIAC certificates
will be issued to members of the 7 winning teams.
• There will be 3 members in a team
• A team will consist of either 1 male + 2 females, or 2 males
+ 1 female.
• A team name must be submitted
Team members will be from same RGB or, for international competitors,
usually the same country but perhaps further divided by local areas
at the discretion of the WIACOC
• An athlete may not compete
in more than 1 team unless entered more than once in the Indoor event
and in different categories. (e.g. an eligible archer may choose to
shoot both as an Open and as a Junior, so will shoot 240 arrows over
the weekend and pay two entry fees). Note that the RGB team event
(*see below) is considered to be a completely separate event.
• No more than 1 ‘RGB team’ member can be in any
• All members of a team will shoot the same
bow type – either recurve, compound or bare bow (bare bow recurve
and longbow combined)
• Team members will be shooting the
Indoor Nationals event in the age division compatible with their team
• Junior - all team members to be Junior or less in
age and in category entered in event
• Open – archers
from any of the 7 age divisions may be in this team
- all team members to be Masters or Veterans in age and in category
entered in event.
• Team winners will be decided on the
aggregate of the 3 team members’ scores over the 2 rounds (120
• Medals and certificates for any given category
will only be awarded if there are at least 4 teams entered in that
*RGB TEAM EVENT: RGB teams are decided by individual states and their
early announcement makes it easier for archers to form their own teams
for the Open Team Event. An RGB may enter a recurve team and a compound
team, each consisting of 4 members. There are no age or gender limits.