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Save the date! Silvertip Archers is once again hosting the BC Out-door Championships on Labour Day weekend August 30 & 31 to September 1. Registration is open now.
This year’s event will contest of a Registered 720 Friday (this is optional), a single 720-round on Saturday with a 24-target Field round on Sunday. Saturday will also feature a
BBQ lunch followed by a FUN 2-person match-play event. The match-play will facilitate a competition chart used by the Netherlands in their Lowlands event. Everyone shoots until the end, no matter how many matches they lose. Every team should get 4 match-es. The event will be shot at 60m on a 122cm target. Teams may be made up 2 “stick” bows, two “wheeled” bows, or one of each. The person at the end of the 720-round with the highest score will be matched with the person with the lowest score, moving toward the middle. Yes, we have a method to convert everyone’s 50m, 70m, etc, scores to a 60m equivalent. You’ll just have to come the BC Outdoors if you want to see how it works!
More details will be posted on our event page as soon as available.
NOTE: Silvertip is also holding an additional registered 720-round on Friday during the practice. If you wish to participate, cost is $10 on-site and scoring starts at 1pm. This is not counted as part of the Championships.
(You must shoot the Saturday 720 and Sunday Field to qualify for medals)
The AGM will be held on Friday August 30st, 7pm, Silvertip Indoor venue. More details will be emailed to the membership 14-days prior to the AGM.
Membership with BC Archery includes 5 million dollars of personal liability coverage through Archery Canada’s CGL policy. Membership with BC Archery and Archery Canada are included in all Silvertip membership registration fees.
Loaning of Club Equipment:
Basic recurve equipment is available for all members on a first come first serve basis; includes bow, arrows and all safety equipment. Non-members can access (rent) equipment for a $5 fee on Friday Family Nights during the regular indoor season for three times, then non-members are expected to make a decision on whether to join the club or not. Family night non-members have an additional $5 fee for shooting as well.
For Junior Olympic Program Inquiries:
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