2016 ITAA Indoor State Championships




Results are now posted!

18 meter – Final Results ITAA 18M 2016 Indoor

25 meterFinal Results ITAA 25M 2016 Indoor

AggregateFinal Results ITAA Aggregate 2016 Indoor

The ITAA is proud to hold this 2016 Indoor State Championship.  This is one of the best chances to compete against shooters all across the whole state.  Choose a venue and a date and show your stuff!

The format for the indoor event is an 18m 600 round and a 25m 600 round.

This is 60 arrows at a standard 4-color World Archery target (40cm for the 18m round, 60cm for the 25m round).  Shooters can choose to shoot either or both of these.  Awards are given for each event separately and for a combined aggregate champion in each category.

Note: At this time, the combined round is not USA Archery sanctioned for national record consideration.  The single-distance rounds are.

For the Southern Region:

For the Northern Region:

  • February 6th-7th
  • Kishwaukee Archers, Sycamore, IL
  • Saturday: 18m 600 round, at 8:00 am, 12:30pm, 5:00 pm, with an overflow Friday evening line at 6:00 pm, which is now open.
  • Sunday: 25m 600 round during a continuous shooting line from 7:00 am-Noon

Choose either venue.  The scores will be combined together statewide. 18m State Champions will be announced at the end of February 6th. 25m State Champions will be announced at the end of February 7th.

  • All age, gender, and bow style  categories will comply with USA Archery guidelines.
  • All compound competitors use the inner 10-Ring for scoring.
  • Medal awards will be presented to the first three places in each category on each shoot, and for 1st place on the combined aggregate event.
  •  TOURNAMENT FEE       $30.00 each day, $50 for both
    • Payments can only be Cash or Check on site.
  • Arrive 1 hour before your start time for equipment inspection.
  • Arrow size must be 23/64 inches or smaller in diameter.
  • The USA Archery dress code will be enforced.
  • Out of state shooters are welcome and eligible for medals.
  • For more information about what to expect at an ITAA event, read this helpful tournament primer.
  • The shooting line for each time slot has a maximum of 36 spaces.  After that, registration for that line will be closed.
  • Sycamore/Kishwaukee has a small parking lot.  Where possible carpooling is highly encouraged.
  • Sycamore/Kishwaukee encourages parents and observers to bring their own camp/folding chairs.  Their chairs run short some years and priority ought to go to the archers.
  • A double-line 600 round takes around 3 hours to complete.  With early arrival for check-in, shooting, and tear-down, plan on the Saturday 600 to require around 5 hours of time.  The January JOAD rounds all took 3 hours and 15 minutes just for the shooting portion.
  • You may register multiple times to participate in multiple equipment categories, but not multiple age categories.  You may choose an age category that is ostensibly more competitive than your natural one, (i.e. shooters younger than senior can choose a higher category up to senior, shooters older than senior can choose a younger category down to senior), but you may only compete in a total of one age category.

The State Indoor Championship will be requiring one of the membership options for participation.  This means either having an full or temporary USA Archery membership, or a full NFAA membership.  Temporary memberships can be arranged on-site during check-in or online ahead of time.  Please be prepared to show your physical membership card at check-in.  

All shooters will be eligible for medals regardless of registry method.  Shooters submitting claims for national record scores are required to carry USA Archery membership.

USA Archery Age Categories:
If you were born in 2004 or more recently, you are a Bowman
If you were born in 2002 or 2003, you are a Cub
If you were born in 1999, 2000 or 2001, you are a Cadet
If you were born in 1996, 1997, or 1998, you are a Junior
If you were born between 1967 and 1995, you are a Senior
If you were born between 1957 and 1966, you are a Master 50+
If you were born between 1947 and 1956, you are a Master 60+
If you were born between 1937 and 1946, you are a Master 70+

Note:  When registering, check all of the boxes for the days/events you want in a single registration.  For shooters participating in both events, your Sunday registration is noted in the “Sunday?” column.

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