The Vegas Shoot, known as the largest and most prestigious indoor archery tournament in the World, attracts novice to Olympic archers from around the Globe and includes 3-intense days of no error competition. Dates for the tournament this year are January 29-31, 2016. This will mark the 50th Vegas Shoot since 1962, and to help celebrate 50 successful Vegas Shoots, attendance is expected to surpass 3,000 archers with thousands of spectators.
One of those 3000 or more competitors will be Nanaimo Fish and Game Associations very own Ron Tuson . Ron has attended the shoot a number of times in past years and is looking forward to the competition and 50th celebration activities.
The weekend competition includes the traditional 3-spot 20-yard “Vegas Round” that made this tournament famous.
OFFICIAL VEGAS ROUND
Target: All Championship (including Championship Young Adult) Divisions and Flight Divisions will shoot on either the 40 cm, “Vegas” three-spot target face with gold – red– blue (10-9-8-7-6) scoring areas or the 40 cm single spot face with 10 through 1 scoring rings. The x-ring of the 40 cm Indoor Vegas Face will be used for tiebreaks in the Flights divisions and for 4th place or below in the Championship divisions.
Distance: 20 Yards
Rounds: Each round on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will consist of ten ends; 3 arrows per end.
The Vegas Shoot is the first leg of the 16th Annual 3-Star Tour;
Vegas Shoot January 29-31, Las Vegas Nv.,
NFAA Indoor Nationals March 19-20 Louisville Ky.,
First Dakota Classic June 10-12 Yankton, SD