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Sport Info


DATES:

Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 9:00am


LOCATION:

Gans Creek Recreation Area
3360 E. Gans Road
Columbia, MO


DEADLINE:

Deadline for entries will be May 31, 2018.  Late entries may be accepted after this date on a space available basis for a late fee.


CHECK-IN:

Participants in Archery must check-in at the event site on Saturday morning. All participants must report to the sport commissioner at the event site at least 30 minutes prior to the start of competition.


HOW TO ENTER:

Register Online:  Senior Games Online Registration - Archery

OR

Register by Mail:  Please complete a Missouri State Senior Games Entry Form and mail it along with payment to:

Missouri State Senior Games
1400 Rock Quarry Rd, Entrance 5
Columbia, MO 65211


DINNER / SOCIAL EVENT:

Thank you Humana for your sponsorship of the 2018 Missouri State Senior Games buffet dinner / social event!  The event for participants and guests is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday, June 8. It will be held in Columbia, MO at Peach Tree Catering. There will be a brief program followed by the meal. The cost for participants is $10.00. There will be a $15.00 charge for each guest.

If you plan to attend the dinner, please indicate this on the entry form and submit the appropriate fees for the participant(s) and any guest(s) that will be attending with you. If you are registering online, there will be a place to indicate attendance during the online registration process. This is important as we must confirm our reservations 7 days in advance of the event.

Format/Rules

PLAYING RULES:

  1. Archerys may only compete in one style.
  2. Archers must provide their own bows and target arrows.
  3. Should equipment failure occur, a thirty (30) minute repair time will be allowed with no disruption of the shooting line. A maximum of two ends may be made up at the discretion of the Commissioner.
  4. Field glasses or scopes are permitted for spotting arrow hits. Scopes may be placed on the shooting line provided they do not disrupt the shooting of the adjacent archer. Scopes shall be removed from the line between ends if not utilized by the other archer(s) shooting in that space.
  5. No broad heads will be permitted.
  6. Regulation FITA 122-centimeter (48-inch) five-color target faces will be used. Scoring values are: Gold (10-9), Red (8-7), Blue (6-5), Black (4-3), White (2-1), 10-ring scoring. At the discretion of the Director of Shooting, replacement centers may be used to repair a target face during competition.
  7. Dividing lines are part of the higher scoring. The arrow shaft must only touch the color or dividing line between scoring zones to score the higher value.
  8. Hits will not be marked on the target face. Witnessed bounce out and pass through arrows will be shot over at the end of the distance as make-up arrows. If the bounce out destroys an arrow in the target, then it is a "Robin Hood" and will score the value of the arrow it destroyed.
  9. Two archers at each target will keep the double set of scorecards. Scores shall be compared after each end. If the scorecards do not agree after arrows have been removed from the target, then the lower score shall be the official score. The winner(s) shall be the archer(s) scoring the highest number of points.
  10. Archers will not be required to wear white or blue attire, however, they will be expected to wear clothing appropriate for a national event.
  11. Athletes should be able to keep their arrows on target at 60 yards.
  12. Barebow Recurve Equipment: Any recurve bow or longbow may be used. Bow sights are not allowed. Archers may string-walk and/or face-walk in sighting.  One straight stabilizer, coupling device included, if used, which cannot exceed 12 inches at any time as measured from the back of the bow.  No levels or draw checks are allowed. Arrows must all be the same length and weight.
  13. Barebow Compound Equipment: Any compound bow may be used. Bow sights are not allowed. Archers may string-walk and/or face-walk in sighting. No levels are allowed.  Archers may use a stabilizer and may use a draw check that is either on the bow limbs or under the arrow in the bow window.  Arrows must all be the same length and weight.
  14. Compound Bow Equipment: The maximum peak draw weight allowed shall be 80 pounds. Maximum arrow speed shall be 300 feet per second with a variance of 3%. Lighted sights may be used.

NSGA QUALIFYING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE 2019 SUMMER NATIONAL SENIOR GAMES

The 2018 Missouri State Senior Games will be the only Missouri Qualifying site for the 2018 Summer National Senior Games to be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

In Archery, all first-, second-, third- and fourth-place winners or athletes meeting this sport’s NSGA-900 round Minimum Performance Standards at a 2018 NSGA qualifying games will qualify for the 2018 Summer National Senior Games.

An archer may enter only the style in which he/she has qualified.

Minimum Performance Standards
Barebow                 Limited*                  Unlimited**
Men                         425                          600                          700
Women                   400                          575                          675

* compound finger, recurve
** compound release


 

Event Codes

Event Code Event Name
AR001Archery - Recurve (with sights)
AR002Archery - Barebow Recurve (no sights)
AR003Archery - Compound Fingers (with sights)
AR004Archery - Barebow Compound (no sights)
AR005Archery - Compound Release

Results

2018 MISSOURI STATE SENIOR GAMES
ARCHERY RESULTS
Recurve (with sights)
50-54 F 1 Janis Grellner, Linn 792
70-74 M 1 Stan Boyd, Lake Quivira, KS 614
75-79 M 1 Andrew Schwartz, Olivette 556
Barebow Recurve (no sights)
65-69 M 1 Jacky Yam, St Louis 620
75-79 M 1 Dick Wood, Sappington 374
Compound Fingers (with sights)
55-59 M 1 Michael Lantz, Quincy, IL 796
65-69 M 1 Roger Hensley, Nevada 781
70-74 M 1 Ed Lewis, St Joseph 768
Compound Release
50-54 M 1 Jim Washam, Moberly 841
60-64 M 1 Rick Horn, Maryville 850
2 Gene Grellner, Linn 774
3 Richard Piveral, Conception Junction 773
65-69 M 1 William Myers, High Ridge 828
2 Andrew Sanchez, Hazelwood 806
3 Bill Brookshier 803
70-74 M 1 Luke Brown, Lee's Summit 798
75-79 M 1 Roger Dobias, Joplin 825
2 Donald Will, Carlyle, IL 781
3 Ron Cravens, Carrollton 759