Thanks to everyone who competed in the Winter Games this year. Be sure to mark your calendars for the Summer Games in June!
The West Michigan Archery Center (WMAC) is an archery education and practice center, focused on introducing people to the sport of archery, and on developing fundamental and advanced archery skills for archers in West Michigan and beyond. The event will take place at the West Michigan Archery Center in Rockford, Michigan. Archers will register and select a single day and time to shoot. Archers will shoot a total of 60 scoring arrows (three-arrow ends using JOAD target sizes for youth archers, and FITA targets for archers in the senior category or older). The event is not registered as a Star FITA event with USA Archery, so participants are not required to be USA Archery members. Aside from safety-related considerations, there is no specific dress code. See below for specific rules.
Snacks and lunch items will be available for purchase at the event.
West Michigan Archery Center
3500 Ten Mile Rd.
Rockford, Michigan 49341
Registration will be coming soon.
Senior/Adult - $20
Youth - $17
Archers must compete in one of the designated age categories as determined by U.S.A. Archery:
Yoeman (for archers who are currently 8 and under, or will turn 9 during the 2020 calendar year)
Bowman (archers will turn 10, 11, or 12 during the 2020 calendar year)
Cub (archers who will turn 13 or 14 during the 2020 calendar year)
Cadet (archers who will turn 15, 16, or 17 during the 2020 calendar year)
Junior (archers who will turn 18, 19, or 20 during the 2020 calendar year)
AR, AR1, AR2, and AR3 (various disabled categories)
JOAD archers will shoot targets per JOAD rules (including distance and target size). Senior and older archers will use the indoor FITA regulation targets.
This event will follow FITA rules for equipment, shooting process, and scoring. Equipment must meet FITA rules, with arrows having a diameter of 9.3mm or less. Aside from safety related concerns and no offensive language or imagines on clothing, there is no specific dress code.
Archers will be assigned a target, and will be grouped with others for group scoring, Archers should be familiar with tournament scoring. No sky-drawing. Non-archers (including parents) are not allowed down-range without specific permission from the Tournament Director.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the Grand Rapids Griffins game this year! Can’t wait to see you next year!
State games of America
This event is a qualifying event for the 2019 State Games of America. Any athlete who places 1st, 2nd, or 3rd has the opportunity to compete in the 2019 State Games of America hosted in Lynchburg, Virginia. Please visit the State Games of America website for more information